Roger Goodell and Tom Brady, the four-time Super Bowl champion and accused cheater, will go face-to-face this week.
On the day it was reported that the St. Louis Cardinals are being investigated by the FBI for allegedly hacking computer networks to steal information about the Houston Astros, Bill Belichick declined comment and Roger Goodell announced he would hear the Cardinals’ appeal.Read full article >>
Commissioner Roger Goodell will hear Tom Brady’s appeal of a four-game suspension for using deflated footballs in the A.F.C. championship game.
When New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady visits NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on June 23, to appeal his four-game suspension handed down by the league over the so-called “Deflategate” affair, Brady and his National Football League...Show More Summary
This is tin-foil hat territory before you consider that Roger Goodell would dump a body in the East River if it would eke out an extra $50 for an NFL owner.
The latest “Deflategate” rumors around the New England Patriots center around a new study by a respected Washington think tank, the American Enterprise Institute, that could lead to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell throwing out the four-game suspension against Patriots future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady. Show More Summary
MADD's (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) 35th Anniversary conference in Arlington, Virginia was touching and at the same time disturbing as pictures of those young and old who were the victims of drunk driving lined the halls. At the Friday...Show More Summary
On August 11, NFL owners will discuss whether pro football will be in Los Angeles. Two days later, Commissioner Roger Goodell will find out whether he’s in contempt of court. Via Chris Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the NFL Players Association’s motion to hold the league and/or its Commissioner in contempt of court for…
The NFL Players Assn.'s civil contempt motion against Roger Goodell, the league and its management council will be heard by U.S. District Judge David S. Doty on Aug. 13.
Earlier this week, Commissioner Roger Goodell informed the NFL Players Association that he won’t be stepping aside from the appeal of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension. The NFLPA has yet to take legal action to force Goodell to assign the case to a neutral arbitrator. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, it’s…
VideoSepp Blatter is out, and after being the top sports punching bag for years amid accusations of widespread corruption in FIFA, many are looking to name another bigwig as the world's worst sports executive. ESPN host Keith Olbermann was quick to give that title to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday, only [...]
Despite some of the negative criticism Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White often receives, he's done a pretty good job to help turn mixed martial arts (MMA) into the worldwide combat sports hit it is today. It isn't an easy job. Show More Summary
In light of Roger Goodell refusing to recuse himself from Tom Brady’s appeal, Mike Florio takes a look at the disconnect between the NFL and NFLPA regarding the extent of the commissioner’s power.
Robin Roberts, John-Skipper, George Bodenheimer, Roger Goodell, Steve Swartz and Frank Bennack at last night’s book party for Bodenheimer’s memoir. GMA’s Robin Roberts and Fox News’s Brian Kilmeade were among the TV newsers celebrating the publication of Every Town is a Sports Town, a memoir by former ESPN president George Bodenheimer. Show More Summary
With Commissioner Roger Goodell’s letter to the NFL Players Association regarding his decision not to step aside from the Tom Brady appeal arguably rubbing the union’s face in the fact that the players have given Goodell the power to preside over such matters, it’s worth noting that a veteran player who was involved in the…
Roger Goodell says he will approach Tom Brady’s appeal of his DeflateGate suspension with an open mind with no prejudgment or bias.
Over the objections of the players’ union, the N.F.L.’s commissioner said he would be the one hearing an appeal of the four-game suspension he gave to the Patriots’ quarterback.
To no surprise, Commissioner Roger Goodell informed the NFL Players Association on Tuesday that he won’t be recusing himself from the appeal of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension. To even less of a surprise, Goodell concluded that he can preside over the Brady appeal because he is not a “necessary” or “central” witness in…
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell rejected a request to recuse himself from hearing Tom Brady’s "Deflategate" appeal.
Commissioner Roger Goodell casually mentioned last month the NFL's interest in adding more international games. He mentioned potential contests in Germany, Mexico and Brazil.