The investigation is still underway and according to Aiello any punishment is “yet to be determined.”
According to Ditka, however, the whole thing is nonsense for people with empty lives.
“If they didn’t have this what else would they be doing, watching ‘Days of Our Lives?”
Correction: Correction: Greg Aiello, the NFL spokesman who provided The Daily
Caller with the name of the person who first complained about the team’s behavior, has since retracted that identification.