Written by Matthew Cannta | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
Roger Goodell is making the media rounds this weekend with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies and game being held. Goodell was asked a question in regards to whether or not he will be handing down any punishment in regards to what happened in the Miami Dolphins locker room in 2013.
“There are different issues with different individuals. The bottom line is that everything is proceeding. They’re doing what they’ve been asked to do. We will make individual decisions, if necessary, with any one of those individuals,” Goodell said, via the Newark Star-Ledger. “It’s a broad issue. I would say that the one person who has been very responsive in going through the program has been Richie Incognito. We’re working with his people and monitoring his progress on that front.”
While nothing has been set in stone, it seems as if the NFL is making them go through some sort of program to make sure they have learned their lesson. If they continue what they are supposed to be doing, this should all go away sooner rather than later.
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