Robert Kraft has reportedly rejected a plea deal from Florida prosecutors that would have dropped all charges in the prostitution solicitation case against him, as long as he paid the requisite fines, performed community service, and admitted that a jury would have found him guilty if the case had gone to trial. As the case continues, Kraft faces another battle in Boston, as more than 80 people and organizations across the U.S. this week signed a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell urging him to strip Kraft of his team ownership. The incident raises questions about the NFL’s past handling of cases of potential misconduct against women committed by the league’s owners or players, including high-profile accusations of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Jim Braude was joined by Natashia Tidwell, an attorney with Hogen Lovells who was a part of the legal team that investigated sexual assault allegations against the former Senate president’s husband, and Ben Volin, NFL writer for The Boston Globe.