NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is outlining new league policies aimed at preventing domestic violence and sexual assault.  

In a press conference today, Goodell said the past few weeks have shown the NFL doing wrong, and that starts with him.

He again said that he mishandled the discipline given to now-former Ravens running back Ray Rice in his domestic violence case.

Goodell adds that he has not considered resigning and is focused on his job and making things better.

Rice was initially suspended just two games in July, but was cut by the Baltimore Ravens and given an indefinite suspension by the NFL earlier this month after video surfaced showing him knocking out his now-wife with a punch to the face in an Atlantic City casino elevator.

Goodell stated at the time of the two-game suspension that it had no idea what actually happened in the elevator after he met with Rice during a disciplinary hearing.