Bisciotti: "I don't regret that. Like I said, he had earned the benefit of the doubt with us. I regret very much – and we all do – giving up on the video. It was there, we knew it was there, we want to see it. And if I can say so, I'm sure the league wishes that they pushed harder. We said that we pushed as hard as we could and never got it, but we should have pushed harder. Whatever that level is, we probably shouldn't have given up. Roger should probably not have given him a suspension before he saw that tape. Maybe if that was what we demanded from him – either for us to keep him on the team or Roger to give him a penalty – that we had to see the tape, then maybe they could have produced it, whether it was through his lawyer or through permission of he and his lawyer to go to police and ask it to be released to his employer, meaning the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens. If that was a condition, then we may have gotten it. That's where we dropped the ball. That's where I'm so angry because it allowed us to accept what the league gave him and then turn around and see this video and go, 'absolutely unacceptable.' That's my biggest regret.