Penalties still to come for New Orleans Saints players.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday that he will "continue to pursue" sanctions against players who participated in the New Orleans Saints' bounty program from 2009-2011.
"My focus here initially was on the team and management and coaches," Goodell told the NFL Network. "But certainly I'm disappointed that players would identify opposing players and intentionally try to injure them. And that's something we're going to continue to pursue, and that's next up."
Goodell gave no specific timetable for when he will announce player penalties. He said he will continue to consult with the NFL Players Association before determining those penalties.
Penalties still to come for New Orleans Saints players - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
If he truly doesn't believe players identify opposing players then he doesn't know a damn thing about football - and if that's accurate then why the hell is he in charge of the NFL?
Boggles the mind...
The report was 50K pages which they confirmed WAS NOT ALL Saints related but the only team they punished and the only documentation they released was entirely Saints related. If that's not vindictive then I don't know what is.
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