"We had a disagreement about what occurred," Goodell said. "We have been very transparent about what we think the violation was. We went through a lengthy process. We disagree about that. But I continue to respect and admire Robert, Jonathan and the entire organization. They are an extraordinary organization and they are extraordinary people. So I have a very deep and close relationship with them. But that doesn't change that we have to compartmentalize things that we disagree on. I'll be honest with you, I have disagreements with probably all 32 of our teams. I'm not afraid of disagreements and I don't think disagreement leads to distrust or hatred. It's a disagreement. You take your disagreement, find a common place and you move forward. That's what it is. It's not a personal nature, which I know people like to make it. But for us, it's about making sure that we do what's right for this league long term."