The New England Patriots have clearly generated a slanted opinion of Roger Goodell in recent years. Current ESPN analyst and former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi, who won three Super Bowls with New England, spoke at length about how the NFL has questionably handled the developments of Giants kicker Josh Brown’s domestic violence.
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— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) October 23, 2016
“Players are frustrated, former players are frustrated about the inconsistencies that they’ve had.”
The NFL of course suspended Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the season for allegedly deflating footballs, yet again failed to administer adequate consequences for a player who caused harm to another human being.
Bruschi’s message is certainly poignant. If there’s any person with a grasp of the consensus of current and former NFL players, it’s him.