Harrison's comments about Goodell -- that he wouldn't urinate on the man if he was on fire, and that he believes the commissioner is a crook, a puppet and a racist -- have been widely condemned, and with good reason. Even in a lockout, it's probably not wise to say such things about your boss. The Steelers backed away from Harrison, and so did many of his teammates. Eventually, Harrison even issued a non-apology apology. It would be somewhat ridiculous, though, if Goodell got to go back and retroactively punish Harrison for what he said, considering Harrison isn't bound by a collective bargaining agreement at the moment, but the NFL might figure out a way to do it anyway. Goodell is big on decorum, if not logic.