On May 30, the NFL released a statement addressing systemic social issues in America. Days later several of the NFL's biggest stars including reigning super bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes, collaborated on a 70-second video demanding the NFL to respond and acknowledge the league's shortcomings when it came to their stance on Black Lives Matter. The next day, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apologized, saying the NFL was wrong for not listening to players earlier, and endorsed players rights to protest peacefully. Andrew Beaton, sports reporter for the Wall Street Journal, discusses how can fans, players and the league's partners can continue to hold Goodell accountable.