By far the most detailed explanation we've gotten from the league thus far.
So, that's it? That is the evidence. We have had it all along and the NFL doesn't have anymore evidence than what they have shown.
It is all "he said, he said" and Cerullo, a disgruntled fired employee is the one who got the ball rolling. Then, Williams testified under duress.
I am interested that the claim is that Smith and Fujita confirmed that money was being put up for "cart offs" when they have denied that publicly. A "cart off" would be a severe injury, not a bell-ringing for a play or two. Words do mean something. If that happened, then Goodell is right.
But, at this point, I don't believe anything he says. However, unless Smith and Fujita deny this, it becomes believable. At this point, we would have to think that Goodell is forcing everyone to cooperate with his side of the story except for Vilma.