NFL HelmetsOn Tuesday Aaron Kromer the offensive line coach of the Buffalo Bills after his weekend arrest for reportedly punching and threatening a boy with killing his family in Florida, Kromer was placed on indefinite paid administrative leave over the arrest from his misdemeanor charge of battery in Walton County, Fla., Russ Brandon, Buffalo Bills president said in a statement “We have been in regular discussions with the league office and have decided to place Aaron on indefinite paid administrative leave in accordance with the league’s Personal Conduct Policy while we continue to work our way through the investigative process with the league.”

Walton County Sheriff’s office issued a statement which reported, Kromer and his son Zachary were fishing early on Saturday morning when they confronted three unidentified boys over some beach chairs. Kromer allegedly struck one of the boys in the face and throwing a fishing pole into the water moments after. According to the sheriff’s report, Kromer then threatened the boy’s family if he said anything to the authorities about the incident.

The former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator, stayed with the Bears for two years and is counting his first year with the Buffalo team, He’s been working under coach Rex Ryan’s, Kromer’s infamy grew after it came to light that all criticism towards the Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was mostly from him after admitting this, the 48-year-old Kromer received a flurry of criticism and backlash.

Tom Brady and the NFLPA would likely head to federal court if the four-game suspension is not lifted for the New England Patriots quarterback’s reported involvement on the “Deflategate” issue,

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to announce a ruling this week on Brady’s appeal over his four-game suspension. Goodell added last week that a decision on Brady’s re-examination is “coming soon”, on June 23 Brady and representatives from the NFLPA met with Goodell and discussed for over 10 hours the details, Goodell has personally heard Brady’s the appeal.

The NFL suspended Tom Brady from the first four regular season games of the upcoming campaign in the alleged involvement with the Patriots using improperly inflated footballs against the Indianapolis Colts AFC Championship Game last season on January. It was during this game the Colts team believed that the Patriots were using deflated footballs.