Gastapo Goodell brought this into fruition last season but there has really not been much done with this new rule he imposed until now. I hate the Steelers as much as anyone in here,if not more but I feel its an injustice to make the owners responsible of thier players wrongdoings other than maybe to require them to do some appropriate punishment internally which to me is more reasonable action. Word out is that the Rooney's will be fined $200,000 for both Holmes and Roethlisbergers criminal acts - I think its ridiculous We are talking about grown responsible players who should be the sole owner of a fine or penalty sanctioned by the league IMO What is an owner supposed to do?,especially when a crime of one of thier players is done on the offseason?,Does Goodell expect the owners to hire babysitters or have private detectives watch over all of thier players throughout the year? Because Ben couldn't keep his yoyo in his pants and Holmes can't party in a nightclub without clubbing a woman over the head should not come at the expense of Rooney or any owner in that situation. If a few of the Patriots players had a run in with the law in the offseason,do you feel Kraft should be responsible and pay out of pocket for things he cannot control other than preaching his players to stay on the right side of the law?,No matter of how good of an owner you are you cannot hold the hand of every player once he leaves the facility. Imagine if this new rule was in action more than a year ago,the Bengals fines to the owner would have well surpassed the tens of millions mark. Should the owner of a team have to pay a large fine for misconduct if 2 or more players break the law? Thoughts?