With the NFL season nearing an end, the league is once again in a bind about who to protect against in the event of any legal action against him.
While the league has a number of players who have already been accused of domestic violence, none of them are likely to face legal action at this time.
The league has already said it would not be willing to discipline any of them for domestic violence and will look to protect its players against any such legal action.
But some players are taking matters into their own hands, and in many cases, those actions are being done through social media.
In the case of Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, his wife is suing him for domestic abuse after he allegedly kicked her out of their home and punched her in the face.
The Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman has been the target of domestic abuse allegations in the past.
Bennett has denied the allegations, and his lawyer told The Associated Press last week that Bennett’s wife would be happy to settle the lawsuit for $25,000.
The Seahawks are also facing the possibility of being sued by a woman who says she was injured by Bennett.
In a statement released this week, Bennett said that his wife was a “wannabe” athlete, and that he was simply trying to make it easier for her to pursue her career in the sports world.
The NFLPA has not responded to requests for comment.