The horses are out and Roger is ready to shut the barn door.
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Yep, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell got the message — that a two game suspension given to Ray Rice for slapping his then fiancee around was another slap in the face to women everywhere and would do little to prevent domestic abuse by NFL players in the future.
According to The Washington Post, Goodell is considering a new policy that would result in a four-to-six game suspension for a first domestic abuse offense and a full season for a second.
That’s good news and bad news if you’re the wife of an abusive NFL player. It might serve as a deterrent and make it safer for you to live under the same roof with him.