‘No More’ Campaign Featuring NFL Players Against Domestic Disturbance

 

The National Football League took a heavy hit from the public from the way it handled the Ray Rice situation and now a number of players have joined the “No More” campaign to speak out on this serious issue.

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning serves as the video’s cover boy and representative, speaking first and last, with other NFL players such as Dallas Cowboys tight end, Jason Witten and New York Giants corner back, Prince Amukamara. 

The major backlash was towards the Baltimore Ravens organization and the commissioner of the National Football League, Roger Goodell. This led to commissioner Goodell announcing that a first offense for a domestic disturbance arrest would be a six game suspension and the second being a life time ban.