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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was critical Wednesday of the way NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has handled disciplinary issues in recent years. Per ESPN:

"Too many times, I'd say especially over the last few years, a punishment's been handed down and nobody has really seen the evidence except for those in the league office -- supposedly," Brees said. "So decisions were made in kind of a, 'Hey, trust us.' But did the public see any of the facts? Did the accused see any of the facts? In most cases, no."
Brees also talked about how Goodell is not holding himself to the same standard to which he held Saints leaders to in the bounty punishments:

"I think it's a great tie-in because obviously the same things that I've heard, the same things that I feel (about Goodell) are the quotes that were thrown out at members of the Saints organization in regards to why they were being punished," Brees said. "Things such as, 'Ignorance is no excuse,' and, 'if you didn't know you should've known,' are things that would absolutely apply in this case, except the roles are reversed and it's going back at Commisioner Goodell and the league office."
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Tigah in the ATL117 months
oh the butthurt saints fans extends to the team
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TexasTiger89117 months
Karma is a bitch Goodell
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Chadaristic117 months
Well damn, I guess Drew will get suspended next :(
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FT117 months
like dis if u <3 drew brees bunches
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