Safe Until Proven Guilty: Why Ben Roethlisberger Should Not Be Suspended

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The case against Ben Roethlisberger continues to be up in the air as we speak. As charges await to be filed in the sexual assault case, the rumors continue to fly around the NFL and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Will Roger Goodell suspend Roethlisberger for being involved not once, but twice in a 12 month span?
Are the Steelers considering the preparation without Roethlisberger on the team?
Goodell has noted he plans on meeting with the Steelers quarterback at some point in time, but not sure on an exact date.
Last night more news broke on the case that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has dropped the request for Roethlisberger's DNA. Some legal experts believe this does not mean the end of the case, instead it's possible the information isn't needed.
Yet, the talk continues to rise regarding the possible suspension of Roethlisberger.
My first reaction is the fact of this is what the NFL is known for. Goodell is known for taking his strong stance against pla...

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