This story has been updated from Sept. 24 with a video on the NFL.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The National Football League has become embroiled in a domestic abuse scandal involving some of the league's best-known players, prompting several sponsors to suspend or re-evaluate their support.
The uproar has reached such a peak that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell held a press conference Friday afternoon to apologize and say he's moving to correct the problem.
"I disappointed myself, I disappointed our fans, our sponsors, and we have to do better," Goodell said Friday.
Allegations of spousal or child abuse have been leveled against the Baltimore Ravens' Ray Rice, the Minnesota Vikings' Adrian Peterson and most recently, the Arizona Cardinals' Jonathan Dwyer. That brings the total number of NFL players facing domestic violence or child abuse cases to six, according to CNN. The Baltimore Ravens spent "six figures" over the weekend to allow fans to exchange their Ray Rice jerseys, CNNMoney reported on Sunday.
Americans are pissed that at the NFL and more than half said in a recent poll that big brands should drop their corporate sponsorship deals with the league.
According to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, 30% thought that the league's largest sponsors should "sever their ties permanently." Approximately 24% said companies should cut off their sponsorships for the season. That said, nearly 80% of the nearly 1,250 respondents said they planned to continue watching or attending NFL football games.
Several sponsors have already pulled funding: Radisson Hotels, Nike (NKE) and Procter & Gamble (PG) .
Here are 10 other companies that have lashed out at the NFL over the issue.