The NFL announced Saturday that they will not punish Kenny Britt for a series of minor offseason transgressions. Which is...exactly what should have happened. Britt can make enormously bad decision at times, but it's hardly fair to compare him to say, Aqib Talib. The NFL had no business even contemplating disciplining Britt; not when his travails paled in comparison to Talib's, and not when they occurred during a work stoppage where the NFL had no jurisdiction over locked out players. They had zero grounds for action in this case, which is why nothing happened. Justice was served, and the system worked.