Roger Goodell did what he had to, but there are no winners in Saints' story

P Chris Kluwe, not known for holding his tongue — or his twitter entries — when it comes to his feelings about NFL policy, actually defended commissioner Roger Goodell and his discipline of the Saints for bountygate. Kluwe tweeted: "Commish sent the

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to bring down harsh penalties on the New Orleans Saints doesn't mean the aftershocks of the team's bounty scandal will dissipate anytime soon. (Gerald Herbert / Associated Press / August 2, 2010) By Bill Dwyre

We'll see how all of this plays out, but I certainly hope there's a loophole and Sean Payton finds it. Perhaps changing his name to Shawn Peyton, resigning from the head coaching position, and taking a job as the offensive

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to bring down harsh penalties on the New Orleans Saints doesn't mean the aftershocks of the team's bounty scandal will dissipate anytime soon. (Gerald Herbert / Associated Press / August 2, 2010) By Bill Dwyre

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to bring down harsh penalties on the New Orleans Saints doesn't mean the aftershocks of the team's bounty scandal will dissipate anytime soon. (Gerald Herbert / Associated Press / August 2, 2010) By Bill Dwyre