Joe Theismann on the Bountygate suspensions being overturned: "Roger (Goodell) is in a position to make decisions on players, and he made a decision. At first, if you remember, the Players’ Association fought the fact that Paul Tagliabue was going to be appointed a special marshal, or special judge, or special magistrate to review this case. Remember the big stink? ‘Oh, he’s the former commissioner, he can’t be impartial. It’s not fair’. All of a sudden he comes out and does a fair job; he felt the punishment was too severe and he amended it. I think we’re going to find out more about it as we move forward in the civil suit exactly what took place and exactly what information was available to Roger to make that decision. Guys are going to have to testify. I don’t think Roger Goodell made a decision on a whim; I thought he had to make it on information that he had… Should the commissioner or any person in any position of authority be judge, jury and executioner? No. But that’s the way the NFL allowed it to happen. The players for ten years have allowed it to happen; it’s got another 9 years to go. Get over it. This is the way it is. He’ll make his rulings, and it will go through a process of appeals. I think we see, if you want to call it justice, we see it here. A decision was made, it was reviewed, part of the decisions was overturned, and then we’re going to move on and find out what happens outside of the game of football."