"I'm disappointed in him" Fujita on Roger Goodell
Ottway Ducard stashed this in sports
""For me, the issue of player health and safety is personal," Fujita said. "For the league and the Commissioner, it's about perception and liability. The Commissioner says he is disappointed in me. The truth is, I'm disappointed in him. His positions on player health and safety since a 2009 congressional hearing on concussions have been inconsistent at best. He failed to acknowledge a link between concussions and post-career brain disease, pushed for an 18-game regular season, committed to a full season of Thursday night games, has continually challenged players' rights to file workers compensation claims for on-the-job injuries, and he employed incompetent replacement officials for the start of the 2012 season. His actions or lack thereof are by the league's own definition, 'conduct detrimental.'"
"My track record on the issue of player health and safety speaks for itself. And clearly, as I just listed, the Commissioner's does too."
Fujita played four seasons in New Orleans before signing as a free agent with Cleveland in 2010."
Pointless #witchunts are popular for Americans. None of these folks ever read the Crucible, huh?