Should you be appointed Commissioner of the National Football League to clean up the problem of violence against women and children, you might wish to take a page from the playbook of Baseball Commissioner Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis.
At the press conference following your assuming the office, you may consider making the following statement.
Regardless of the verdict of juries, as of now, no player who commits an act of violence against any women or child, no player that conspires to commit an act of violence against any woman or child, no player that sits in conference with other players where the ways and means of committing an act of violence against any woman or child and does not promptly tell his club about it, will ever play professional football in the National Football League. Nor will such player have a professional association with any team in the National Football League. The Commissioner shall be the sole judge of each case brought forward or unearthed during its own investigation.