"Roger Goodell should stop being a gentle little mouse and do something meaningful," said Fox Nation presenter Tomi Lahren, arguing that the NFL Commissioner should do more to end the week's brawls with the Cleveland Browns and tackle the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"He makes $ 40 million a year to run the NFL, and he has not proven he can run a class excursion or even a national sports league – what a joke," she said Monday in her Fox Nation Show. Last thoughts. On Tuesday, Goodell suggested that Cleveland Brown's defensive end, Myles Garrett, could reduce his perpetual ban if he proved he regretted his actions, saying, "[Garrett] will probably be in sometime the low season meet with us and I think we will make a judgment on whether he has remorse.
In addition to Garrett's suspension for the remainder of the season, the Browns organization was fined following the attack on Pittsburgh Steelers' Quar terback Mason Rudolph during the match last Thursday.
According to Lahren the punishment was not enough. It is a "good start".
"This is not just" unnecessary roughness "or" unsporting behavior "- it's an attack on a deadly weapon!" Lahren argued, which revealed that the Steelers quarterback is a friend of hers.
"Considering the fact that Garrett Rudolph may have inflicted a lifelong brain injury or even killed him, is it going far enough?" she asked.
"No, I do not think criminal charges are necessary here," Lahren admitted, "and it does not look like Mason is pushing anything, but damn, the whole thing is just so wrong." They do not do it. " Do not do that to someone playing a fucking football game! Not only could Garrett finish Mason's recent career – he could have done lasting harm. And for what?
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