Roger Goodell Has His Nightmares Come True: NFL Behaving Badly

June 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When the second set of allegations within a year arose against Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, Commissioner Roger Goodell made a stand against players that do not behave themselves.
He stated that the NFL will not tolerate players not behaving themselves. It did not matter if you were arrested, detained, booked, charged, tried, convicted or any other thing a court room could do. Players WOULD NOT have the same benefits they have within the legal system of the United States of America.
You ARE NOT innocent until proven guilty. You are guilty, IF you give the "Shield" a black mark against it.
So, Ben Roethlisberger, without being charged, was slapped with a six game suspension to start the 2010 season, that can be reduced if he does everything that the NFL has instructed him to do, AND stays out of trouble.
Ben Roethlisberger took it on the chin, accepted his punishment, and the Steelers moved on.
There were many Steelers fans, me included, t...

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