Credible evidence doesn't matter to Goodell.I'm not siding with the players. It deals with probable cause. The Brady ruling was because he tossed out his phone text messages before they could read them or something like that. What's happening here is the NFL (GodRoger) wants to interview/interrogate them about a 'story' published by Al Jezeera. AJ's source has recanted and admitted he made it up. So the Commish wants to force them to answer for something that didn't happen. So if this is okay and the league can take any rumor or comment as a means for interrogation, well you can imagine what will happen down the road. All you have to do is 'leak' a rumor and the League office will conduct 'interviews' or you WILL be suspended. So, say before a playoff game a 'story' comes up that Michael Bennett (Seahawks) was smoking weed and the Commish has to interview him before the game, for the good of the game, or he will be suspended. It is a downward spiral. This is a little different (PEDs) than the Brady instance, but GodRoger is trying to use that ruling to RULE. The PEDs part of the CBA says credible evidence= there is none in this instance.