The Washington Redskins are the most dishonest NFL team, according to a new study released Tuesday by the National Football League Players Association.
The study analyzed more than 4 million records between 2005 and 2013 from players who played for the 49ers, Lions, Broncos, Seahawks, Steelers and 49ers.
It found that only the 49er team is more dishonest than the Lions, and only the Steelers are more dishonest.
In fact, the study found the Steelers to be the most ethical in terms to protect players from potential injury.
The players are also required to disclose any possible medical problems on their medical records.
Here are some other key findings from the study: In the past three years, 49ers players have had more than 9,600 medical records analyzed by the NFLPA, which is a record for the NFL.
Of those, more than 3,600 were determined to be “potentially inaccurate,” according to the study.
The NFLPA also found that 49ers’ players were responsible for more than 2,600 “potential errors,” according the study, which includes data from players from 2005 through 2017.
The average time between a medical problem being reported and being confirmed as a problem was 5 days, the survey found.
The league has been criticized in recent years for not following the standards set by the American Medical Association, which requires all teams to report any medical problems to the medical professionals involved.