These comments feel more about the Patriots than Goodell.
SEDONA, AZ—Having admitted to growing somewhat apart recently, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft departed for a three-day spa getaway Wednesday in an attempt to rekindle their strained relationship, sources close to the pair confirmed. Show More Summary
Robert Kraft has the perfect distraction from all that deflategate "rhetoric and dialogue" -- a night out in Hollywood with his 34-year-old girlfriend. The Patriots owner hit up Craig's in West Hollywood, and…
During Wednesday’s press conference that ended the quarterly ownership meeting in San Francisco, Tom Curran of CSN New England asked Commissioner Roger Goodell a pointed question regarding media leaks by the league during the #DeflateGate investigation. In response, Goodell referred generally to the report generated by Ted Wells. When Curran followed with a specific question…
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said yesterday that a team in Los Angeles was still a good possibility, but not “inevitable.” One of his bosses disagrees. “It’s not a matter of ‘if’ now, but ‘when,’” Colts owner Jim Irsay said, via Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle. While 49ers CEO Jed York wasn’t quite as…
About those media leaks? Roger Goodell sidesteps issue
Roger Goodell will give Tom Brady the opportunity to talk his way out of his suspension.
Roger Goodell didn't answer many questions directly on Wednesday, but in a roundabout way he answered a big one from deflate-gate. Why wouldn't Tom Brady give up his text messages and emails in Ted Wells' investigation? If you scoffed...Show More Summary
The N.F.L. commissioner also said he was looking forward to hearing the Patriots’ quarterback’s version of events.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell defended the league’s decision to suspend Tom Brady for four games in the wake of the Wells investigation into DeflateGate on Wednesday, but also insinuated that the punishment could be reduced. “The key for us is to be able to allow any information that Tom Brady and his representatives have,” Goodell […]
Mike Florio explains why he can’t believe that Robert Kraft would give up his appeal so quickly without receiving something in return and the message Roger Goodell sent to Tom Brady during his press conference.
Roger Goodell: NFL still evaluating San Diego stadium plan
The NFL plans to “evaluate” the prospect of playing games in Brazil, Germany and Mexico, Commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday at the NFL’s spring meeting in San Francisco. Speaking at a press conference at the conclusion of the meetings, Goodell said the league and owners had a “great discussion on Mexico, Germany and also into…
The Patriots quarterback is appealing his four-game suspension for his role in DeflateGate. At the conclusion of the NFL owners' meeting in San Francisco, Roger Goodell wouldn't address the issue of whether he'd recuse himself from Tom Brady's appeal for his four-game suspension in the DeflateGate scandal. Show More Summary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stated Wednesday at the league's spring meetings that he didn't play a role in the New England Patriots accepting their Deflategate punishments and hasn't made a final decision about his role in quarterback...Show More Summary
The decision by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft not to appeal the team's "Deflategate" penalty was made without pressure from the National Football League, Commissioner Roger Goodell said on Wednesday.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says it's his responsibility to hear directly from New England quarterback Tom Brady in his appeal of his four-game suspension in the deflated footballs case.
If there was some kind of deal, that Robert Kraft accepting the NFL's deflate-gate punishment might positively affect Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension, Roger Goodell wasn't saying. Goodell, during his press conference on...Show More Summary
The NFLPA has asked NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to recuse himself from Tom Brady’s appeal of his 10-game suspension. But it doesn’t sound like that’s happening, though the commissioner didn’t give a clear answer. Goodell sidestepped that question, saying only he wanted to do the “right thing.” But he said he wants to hear from Brady himself,…
The players' union has asked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to recuse himself from the appeal hearing for Tom Brady in the deflated footballs case.