Bounty case was an easy call

Tagliabue snipes at Goodell on a discipline case that should have been easy

Updated: December 11, 2012, 10:37 PM ET
By Lester Munson | ESPN.com

In 22 single-spaced pages of pedantic, pretentious and occasionally patronizing prose, Paul Tagliabue blames the New Orleans Saints coaches for everything in the bounty scandal and offers his own unique ideas on the theory and practice of player discipline.

Reviewing the endless series of decisions that commissioner Roger Goodell has made in the bounty scandal, the best that Tagliabue could say about his successor as the commissioner of the world's most successful sports enterprise was ...

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