Tom Brady takes high road on Roger Goodell's mishandling of Josh Brown (Shutdown Corner)

If you’re New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, just three weeks removed from a four-game suspension at the end of a 630-day saga surrounding whether or not someone removed a fraction of a pound per square inch of air in some footballs, the NFL’s bungling of another domestic violence incident — this one involving New York Giants kicker Josh Brown — must be maddening. It was more than 20, at least according to Molly Brown’s account of her ex-husband’s abuse to the King County (Wash.) Sheriff’s Office. If you can’t see why Brady should be incensed by all this, you’re either blinded by Patriots hatred or Roger Goodell.