NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Monday that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger violated the NFL's personal conduct policy.
Goodell decided that he needed to do something about the quarterback, since this is the second time in a year that Roethisberger has made the news, regarding sexual assault, according to USA Today.
"The issue here is with respect to a pattern of behavior and bad judgments," Goodell said on the Dan Patrick radio show, according to Espn.
Goodell declined to mention when and what he would do to discipline Roethlisberger, but did say that there will be consequences for his actions that took place at a Georgia nightclub in March, according to Espn.
"I make the decision when I'm prepared to do so," Goodell said, according to USA Today.