Colts quarterback Art Schlichter was suspended indefinitely by the NFL in 1983 for gambling. He was reinstated in 1984 but released in 1985 when he admitted he had been gambling again. He pleaded guilty to an illegal gambling charge on April 1, 1987. NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle did not reinstate Schlichter after he applied for permission to play again.
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