It includes things like this:
Most thoughtful analysis: From ESPN’s Cris Carter, who dismissed the "boys-will-be-boys" locker-room narrative and instead has consistently delivered astute, measured, compassionate commentary. This, from Carter, rings true regardless of what Wells’ investigation determines:
"The NFL locker room is a workplace," Carter said. "And the NFL’s committed to the belief that all employees have the right to work in an environment that is free from harassment, intimidation, discrimination, racial or sexual harassment, as well as harassment related to employees based on religion, national origin, age or disability...
"When you drive through the gate, give them your IR, you are in an active workplace. So all these ideas that in the locker room you can do this, that is not true. In an NFL locker room you are not allowed to act like an animal and a savage."