"As I've said before, this is way out of their league," he began. "It's too fast, guys are too crafty, and they cannot control the game. My issue is, we have our commissioner [Roger Goodell] who is jumping on board to hammer every other issue down in the NFL. He is jumping on board to get meetings with players when things are happening, but we have something on hand that is messing up the integrity of the league and nothing is being done about it. These guys need to be out, they need to be out. I respect them as men. They were put in a position they can't handle it. But who is going to turn down an NFL officiating gig when you probably are going to get paid more than you got paid in the Lingerie League or whatever? Who is going to turn that down? But when it's all said and done, the commissioner needs to do something about it. I think for us as players, all we can do as players is go play football. We get paid to perform and we have to go out there and perform. I understand that sometimes in the heat of the battle, we get pissed off at the refs because when we see that it's a blatant call that they missed or a call that they made. You have guys out here calling a holding penalty, and it's a 10-yard penalty and they're giving us 15 yards or they're pointing at the wrong team. It's just stuff like this that is just bad. For fans, for players, for this league, I think Goodell needs to step in immediately. I don't know what's happening behind the scenes. But I can tell you right now, when things that you don't know are happening behind the scenes, you hear about them because he's already scheduling meetings, and you hear The NFL Network, ESPN and all this other stuff. I think this is one of the situations where he needs to get on it, and get on it fast."