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Roger Goodell wants fewer, shorter replay stoppages

The first question that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell fielded during his pre-Super Bowl press conference in Minnesota on Wednesday had to do with officiating, including the way replay is used in the league right now. Goodell noted that technology allowing plays to be broken down at a microscopic level has made the job harder for [more]
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