Complaining players late to party

Time for outrage over Goodell's power was during CBA negotiations

Originally Published: June 25, 2012
By Andrew Brandt | ESPN.com

While NFL Players Association officials and players rail at the evidence and process the NFL is using regarding the bounty suspensions and appeals, I shake my head.

The time for that outrage was when the process was being negotiated, not now. That evidence is not in front of a court of law; it is in front of the court of Roger Goodell.

Regarding player conduct, whether the punishments are fair is the decision of the punisher, Goodell. This process was approved by the NFLPA ...

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