As the NFL investigates whether Brett Favre violated the personal conduct policy by allegedly texting lewd pictures of himself, SI.com presents players and NFL personnel who have already been suspended by commissioner Goodell. In July of 2010, Lewand, the Detroit Lions president, plead guilty to a charge of driving while impaired. Police said his blood-alcohol level was 0.21 percent, more than twice Michigan's legal limit for driving. Later that month, in a landmark decision, Roger Goodell suspended Lewand for 30 days for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. The suspension was later reduced by nine days, but it showed that no one was above the personal conduct policy.