According to Fox Sports' Jay Glazer, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will not be the one hearing the appeal for suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. Breaking: Adrian Peterson's appeal hearing has been set for 12/2...Show More Summary
GQ magazine came out with its annual list called “The Least Influential People of 2014,” and somehow one-fifth of the list is made up of sports personalities. They include: ex L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling (No. 3); NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (No. 6), ESPN host Stephen A. Smith (No. 7), Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade (No. 8), recently retired New […]
Remember a few months ago when everyone was calling for Roger Goodell’s job over his complete and total botching of the Ray Rice case? Remember when Goodell stammered and stuttered his way through a woeful press conference? Remember...Show More Summary
It’s that time of year: time for lists! GQ is out with its Least Influential People of 2014 and CNN made the cut, along with Roger Goodell, Donald Sterling and President Obama. ABC News correspondent Sara Haines was married over theShow More Summary
In a stern tone, Tony Gonzalez proclaimed Roger Goodell, by keeping Adrian Peterson off the field, is sending a proper message.
The most important discipline that the commissioner of the National Football League, Roger Goodell, could hand out is to himself.
The NFLPA wanted Commissioner Roger Goodell to delegate the ability to resolve the appeal of Adrian Peterson’s suspension to a neutral, third-party arbitrator. Goodell instead delegated the case to former NFL executive Harold Henderson. While not the kind of independence the NFLPA envisioned, Henderson isn’t currently a direct employee of the league office. Sure, he’s…
The Senate Commerce Committee announced Friday that it would hold a hearing to explore the issue of domestic violence in professional sports. It is not yet known who will testify at the hearing, scheduled for Dec. 2, but it would make for must-C-SPAN TV if NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell were to sit in front of […]
Things might have been different if he'd said this upfront! Adrian Peterson was suspended for the rest of the NFL season for disciplining his son so harshly that he drew blood. Well, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that since the Minnesota Vikings running back didn't show remorse, he's done playing for the year. [ Related: Adrian Peterson Suspended [...]
On Friday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell appointed former NFL executive Harold Henderson to resolve the appeal filed by Vikings running back Adrian Peterson under the personal conduct policy. The NFL Players Association does not believe that the action satisfies its request for a neutral third-party arbitrator. “A long-time NFL Executive and current legal consultant cannot,…
The NFLPA got what it wanted. Kind of. Sort of. Not really. Commissioner Roger Goodell will not handle the appeal of Adrian Peterson’s rest-of-season suspension. Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports that Goodell has delegated the appeal to Harold Henderson, a former NFL executive who routinely resolves appeals under the league’s substance-abuse and PED policies.…
The hearing will not be heard by Roger Goodell. Adrian Peterson's appeal hearing has been set for Dec. 2, according to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports. Harold Henderson, who also heard the Josh Gordon case, will oversee the hearing insteadShow More Summary
Roger Goodell: judge, jury, and executioner?
Adrian Peterson would love to have a face-to-face conversation with Roger Goodell, the man who on Tuesday suspended him without pay for at least the rest of this NFL season two weeks after the Minnesota Vikings running back's no-contest plea to a misdemeanor reckless assault charge.
Adrian Peterson is finally speaking out -- saying he's a changed man and vows to never, ever hit any of his children with a switc again... in what seems like an obvious ploy to appease NFL Commish Roger Goodell. The NFL star just gave an…
When Roger Goodell gave Adrian Peterson a season-ending suspension Tuesday, the NFL Commissioner cited the running back’s apparent lack of “meaningful remorse” about the beating the Viking gave his 4-year-old son. In the midst of appealing that suspension Thursday, Peterson offered his first extensive remarks, in an interview with USA Today. “I won’t ever use a switch […]
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has remained largely quiet about the child abuse scandal involving him and his four-year-old son. After NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Peterson for the remainder of the 2014 NFL...Show More Summary
Three days after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Adrian Peterson for at least the remainder of the regular season, the former NFL MVP announced that he is ready to adjust his position on parenting when it comes to corporal punishment.
The NFL Players Association has asked Roger Goodell to recuse himself from the appeals process of Adrian Peterson as he seeks reinstatement in the league. “The NFL is making up the process and punishment as it goes—a blatant violation of the CBA [collective-bargaining agreement], Mr. Show More Summary
After much debate and speculation, Commissioner Roger Goodell handed out the league’s punishment to Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. The post Why Roger Goodell Needed to Punish Adrian Peterson to Save Himself appeared first on The Good Men Project.