I don't care that the NFL frowns on this. Both of the videos undo his legacy he has built up. The image of a quirky, skilled player, and being generous person are tarnished. You don't get redos on this stuff. It's not fair for a bad choice to stamp out a decade of goodness, but it does.
That was rough video to watch and the lawsuits coming his way after his criminal conviction will hurt him (as they should) way more than his joy of hitting a man who had no chance of winning a jumping.