Something tells me this is going to be akin to the "Me Too" movement. I did some reading and apparently, these e-mails were uncovered because Goodell wanted 650,000 WFT e-mails combed through as part of the investigation by the NFL of the WFT and their misogynistic behavior. Then GM Bruce Allen and Gruden had a relationship dating back to Gruden's first stint with the Raiders, then later on they were together at Tampa Bay. I'd be shocked and stunned if there weren't more incriminating info against other NFL stuffed shirts buried in that pile of nearly two thirds of a million e-mails. I bet many other organization are pouring over their own e-mail logs and deleting anything that even looks questionable. I wouldn't be surprised if it bleeds in to other pro and collegiate sports. Believe me, I have no sympathy for Gruden. If nothing else, his behavior is incredibly reckless and stupid. I know people like him. Don't know when to keep their mouths shut. People who are opinionated and aren't shy about sharing their thoughts. I'm sure he's had to sign countless personal conduct policies throughout his career. He knew better, or should have. What makes me concerned is that people that point at the Jon Gruden's of the world and say, "He's the bad guy!' really believe this is about social justice, social change. Incidents like this and surely those that will follow in the sports world are a purge. A purge for reasons that probably will have little to do with social justice. Social justice and eliminating racism and sexism will be used as bludgeons for vendettas, incompetence or to create job opportunities. To believe otherwise is a little naive.