RR was right to say this is a fluid situation, and it's still a fluid situation. Yes there are a new set of rules in place, but let another brain dead psychopath like Ray Rice punch his gold digger female into a deep sleep on camera, and we'll have more rule changes, and improper rule application, on the way. The media will go berserk in a ratings orgasm the instant any kind of information about an NFL player harming a child or woman. There are approximately 500,000 adult male psychopaths in the United States. I think there are a few in the NFL, and there will be more on the way. This guarantees that more players will be suspended soon.
What's the answer? There is a standardized test available to identify a psychopath which can be administered effectively by a well trained psychiatrist. If the Panthers would administer this test to all players who they considering bringing into the organization it would cut down on the likelihood of ending up with a problem player. A $13,000,000 problem would be identified and not drafted. We can save ourselves from the media madness and the inevitable NFL overreaction in large part by avoiding the psychopaths.