Domestic abuse is learned behavior and not a maturity issue. That's why abusers keep returning back to it even when million dollar careers are on the line. It takes the right people in your life to help you stop it. Remember, he was a known public figure and he was in public with witnesses and yet nothing told him not to do this. Something in his upbringing should have said to just push her hard or yell at her, but he crosses a social norm line by punching her in the face and didn't care who saw it. Privately people mess up and are ashamed because they know it's wrong and don't want others to know what the did, but he didn't even care about that. It's amazing in every aspect and that's why I think he wasn't taught correctly and that he will not quit this easily.
I'd have loved to get another complimentary pass rusher like Jordan WIllis. But there are holes like CB#2, CB#3 and WILL ILB where we don't really have any legitimate starters.
We can grab a pass rusher first round next year.
Appreciate the feedback