The National Organization for Women wants NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gone. The group's president, Terry O'Neill, has called for Goodell to resign, saying former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice's assault of his former fiancee and now wife is one of many examples of the league's failure to move against domestic violence. In a statement O'Neill said: "The NFL has lost its way. It doesn't have a Ray Rice problem; it has a violence against women problem." O'Neill added that "the example (the NFL) is setting right now is simply unacceptable." Goodell has come under fire for his handling of the Ray Rice case, including most recently when he said the NFL had not seen a video of the beating until TMZ released it. A law enforcement official has said he sent the video to an NFL office months ago.