The NFL is accustomed to playing by its own set of rules.  Despite taking in 9-billion dollars in revenue last year, the league operates as a non-profit, and it continues to punt when it comes to the long-term impact of head injuries suffered on the field.  But now in the wake of new revelations about how the league handled the Ray Rice domestic abuse case, the NFL could be forced to change its ways.  Here’s to discuss the potential fallout is Sports Agent Stephen Freyer, who was signed to the Denver Broncos after graduating college, and Gary Washburn – who’s been a sports reporter for more than 20 years – and now works for the Boston Globe.