Amazingly, CNBC ran a story on Logan Mankins at 2:30 PM today called "The $57 million dollar apology", with Darren Rovell and Erin Burnett. The story ran long with Jim Cramer weighing in significantly in his "Stop Trading" segment. Not surprisingly, the corporate centric stock channel sided heavily with Kraft. Jim Cramer said that he has know the Kraft family for a very long time, saying that the Kraft family is "a revered figure in the NFL and a revered figure in business", adding that "Kraft and his son are among the nicest, most honorable men in all of business". Cramer stated that Mankins should apologize. The story also repeated that Mankins was offered a contract comparable to Jahri Evans as well as mentioning that Dan Connelly graded out well in his first start.