New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution in Florida, along with 24 other men, on Friday. Kraft has denied the charges. In a city where the Patriots owner is known just as much for his philanthropy as he is for his football team, is the Kraft name forever tarnished?

Adam Reilly talks with national NFL reporter for The Boston Globe Ben Volin, and former athletic director at Northeastern University Peter Roby.