It might not take NFL commissioner Roger Goodell very long to test his new get-tough-on-domestic-violence stance.
NBC Bay Area's Damon Trujilo is reporting that San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald has been arrested for domestic abuse.
Per sfgate.com, Santa Clara County records show that McDonald, who was also arrested for a DUI back in 2010, was booked early Sunday morning. No bail has been set.
This comes mere days after the commissioner sent out a letter to NFL owners explaining how he got the discipline in the Ray Rice case wrong and that he wants the league to take a far tougher approach to curbing domestic violence and abuse.
Under Goodell's new plan, first-time offenders are subject to a six-game suspension and repeat offenders would be suspended indefinitely. Abuse against a pregnant woman could carry a stiffer penalty, as well.