The verdict is in. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell today suspended Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for six games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. From the Associated Press:
Roethlisberger also must undergo a "comprehensive behavioral evaluation by medical professionals." The suspension could be reduced to four games for good behavior after the behavioral evaluation is completed.
Did the NFL get the suspension right? How will the loss of Big Ben affect the Steelers' 2010 season? And should Pittsburgh try to trade their troubled QB? Let us know in the comments below.