NEW YORK — Ben Roethlisberger has finished
his meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, and there's no
immediate word if the Steelers quarterback will be punished for his
problems off the field.
Roethlisberger flew to New York from his
Pittsburgh home one day after a Georgia district attorney announced the
player would not be charged after a college student accused him of
sexually assaulting her in a nightclub bathroom last month.
He tells ESPN that Tuesday's meeting was "very
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello says the league will
review the facts — in accordance with its personal conduct code — and
will follow up with Roethlisberger and the Steelers.
The Steelers, clearly angered with their star
player's conduct, can discipline Roethlisberger even if the league