Wednesday, August 29, 2007
"Good"ell: Maybe not So Good for the NFL
One has to question if "Good"ell is going to far. At what point will people realize that it cannot be good that one man arbitrarily decides who gets suspended? PFT brings up a good point. Why is it that the NFL (i.e. "Good"ell) suspends Rucker for an incident that happened before he was even drafted, while as PFT mentions Joey Porter isn't suspended for cold-cocking Levi Jones in Vegas. I am sorry, but this "extreme" application of the personal conduct policy might have the opposite effect, making questionable characters "off the field" turn into sympathetic characters.
Posted by Anonymous at 7:34 PM