http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-jimlitke-042607&prov=ap&type=lgns On the eve of the NFL draft, commissioner Roger Goodell promised to whack any team leaking confidential information about potential picks. That's not a bad idea for a league beset by enough legal trouble from current players that the face it presents to the public all too often is a mug shot. Goodell, to his credit, has wasted little time since taking office trying to polish the NFL's image. He responded to the problem he inherited -- some four dozen players being arrested in a calendar year -- by toughening up the personal-conduct policy and threatening to hold the teams responsible for players' transgressions. _________________________________________________________________________________ Man now the commish is going after teams as well. That's good, teams want the players to be honest then slam them for it. go figure.