Yeah, Bountygate was the first example I came up with, the AP/RR cases were just more examples. His response was hilarious though:
"so you're lumping him in with Ray Rice, the saints, and AP? Works for me!"
As if that's the point that was being made, and not that he wasn't aware of any other player who took a suspension this far lol.
Not a surprising tactic when one has nothing but tin foil hattery to back up his claims.
If you had any actual evidence, Iron Man, you should have given it to the NFL. Maybe they'd have not looked like idiots in court.
It's unlikely, even with actual proof, there were still glaring procedural flaws in their disciplinary process. That's kinda what the NFL needs to understand, they're putting themselves in a position where their overreach and blundering, allows players to have penalties overturned completely even if someone's guilt was proven to a standard that the federal courts would require (Hint: NFL was nowhere near this level of proof, with their case against Brady).
I certainly hope the rumors of the Owners talking about changing Goodell's role in disciplinary processes is true. The best thing would be to have a neutral arbiter.