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Daily news and links for 10/24/16

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  • Adam Kurkjian notes team president Jonathan Kraft emphasized Sunday 'There literally is no gray area' for them when it comes to domestic violence.
  • Dave Zirin (The Nation) Another shocking domestic violence case is rocking the NFL: It’s a disturbing window into how the league values owner cronyism over women’s lives.
  • Lindsey Adler (Deadspin) Roger Goodell: No, it's the fans who are idiots.
  • Andy Clayton (NY Daily News) NFL commish Roger Goodell suggests fans simply don’t understand the issues when they criticize league for fumbling domestic violence cases.
  • Timothy Burke (Deadspin) The NFL's private spooks made Molly Brown so nervous she told deputies about it.
  • Eric Edholm (Yahoo! Sports) Owners unhappy with NFL over Josh Brown, but why do they remain anonymous?
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) League, union dispute whether NFLPA pressed for Josh Brown ruling.
  • Tom E. Curran writes a revealing piece on how Ex-NFL exec Merton Hanks thinks league woes like excessive penalties and drooping ratings trace back to Troy Vincent's Operations Department.
  • Matt Yoder (The Comeback) The NFL is football's worst enemy.
  • Jason La Canfora (CBS Sports) Jerry Jones, Jonathan Kraft go at it over NFL's social media policy.