Does the NFL as a whole have an image problem in the wake of recent domestic violence and abuse charges of some key players, and if so, what's next?
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports.
Image consultant Maurice Bonamigo says it remains to be seen what's next, but that...
(Bonamigo) "The NFL's very much so in crisis mode."
In the wake of the Ray Rice scandal and amid accusations, it took a video for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to act on domestic violence.
(Bonamigo) "His credibility is lacking. He doesn't know what he's doing. If he's coming or going, or what should he do, or what shouldn't he do. And, for God's sakes, get a back bone."
And, abuse allegations target other players. Most recently, Minnesota's Adrian Peterson. All diverting the kick off to football season to abuse, legal implications, a possible cover-up, and calls for the head of football to step down.
Either way, domestic violence has never had a bigger platform, putting more pressure on sports and fans at home, to stop it.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.