As we all know, Belichick has long been reluctant to cooperate with Goodell's requirement that he tell coaches and opposing players intent on hurting his players where to target those players to take them out of the game. We have seen him consistently play coy with injury reports and even has a long running phantom injury to Brady's shoulder likely to throw guys like Williams off. Now with the proof that Gregg Williams was doing exactly that, and with the lingering question of whether other players or coaches might quietly be doing the same thing, doesn't it behoove Goodell to put player safety ahead of various interests, both legal and illegal, that depend on an accurate Las Vegas line, crafted with knowledge of player injury? Unless I'm missing something it's only gambling interests that really need to know which players are playing and which are injured and where they are injured. Keeping other coaches and players in the dark prevents them for preparing to face a backup, but all coaches and teams would be on an even playing field if such medical information were kept private. Overall I see no downside to protecting vulnerable players, unless one works for a mob bookie. It will be interesting to see if in the light of the Gregg Williams scandal if Goodell continues to put the interests of the mafia ahead of the safety of the players. It's nice to know now that in this case Belichick has always had the higher moral ground than Goodell, who may find himself asked how long he knew about even limited practices of coaches and players targeting the injured, and why he continued to put gambling interests ahead of player safety.