Commissioner Roger Goodell delegated the initial decision regarding Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s suspension to someone else. Goodell apparently won’t do that a second time. Per multiple reports (i.e., the league is affirmatively getting out the word), Goodell personally will handle the appeal of Brady’s four-game suspension. Show More Summary
Pretty much told the Patriots, Brady, and the NFLPA to piss off.
Brady appealed his suspension for using deflated footballs during the A.F.C. championship game, and the players’ union urged Commissioner Roger Goodell to appoint a neutral arbitrator.
The NFL Players' Association has formally appealed NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the ongoing deflate-gate saga. "Given the NFL's history of inconsistency and arbitrary decisions...Show More Summary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has gained support from owners after his Deflategate ruling. Why has he received support from other owners? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discusses Goodell 's relationship with team owners in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Last month, Tom Brady received a letter from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell inviting him to take part in festivities commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl next February. Then Brady posted photos of the letter on Facebook with a funny little quip, and nobody thought anything of it. However, eight days after Brady posted […]
On April 15, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wrote Patriots quarterback Tom Brady a controversial letter which the four-time MVP shared on social media. After careful analysis of its content, sports critics are now laughing at it calling...Show More Summary
Jerry Jones supportive of Roger Goodell
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has become famous for his heavy-handed punishments, but the question is whether any of his punishments are legally binding. Tom Brady certainly doesn't think so.
Back in December, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft crafted the strongest of endorsements for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after his mishandling of punishment in players' domestic abuse cases undermined his authority.
As a result of Ted Wells' Deflategate investigation, the relationship between NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has likely been damaged. It's no secret that the two have been buddies through the years. Show More Summary
At a time when his punishment of the Patriots has called into question his relationship with owner Robert Kraft, it’s interesting to see who Roger Goodell’s allies are. One of them apparently resides in Dallas. “He’s doing a great job, and I’m a supporter of his,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said, via Tim MacMahon of…
Former Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma knows a little something about winning a fight against Roger Goodell. And Vilma has some advice for Tom Brady. Asked by Ed Werder of ESPN what he’d tell Brady to do, Vilma said he should take the league to court. “I talked to Jonathan Vilma, who ferociously fought what had…
Too much fun.
Roger Goodell's Memo Defending His De... Goodell's taken a lot of heat the last couple years for his standards regarding who gets suspended and for how long. The NFL commissioner sent this memo to clarify his rationale. Submitted by:...Show More Summary
Broncos General Manager John Elway says NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell did the right thing by suspending Tom Brady and docking the Patriots $1 million and two draft picks as a result of Deflategate. “The integrity of the game is No. 1,” Elway said. “I support the commissioner 100 percent.” Elway said he didn’t spend a…
In the wake of the suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is calling on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to act on having the name of the Washington Redskins changed. According to aShow More Summary
One day, the NFL might actually get one of these right. The New England Patriots and Tom Brady aren't the only ones who have completely messed the proverbial bed when it comes to "Deflategate." No, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell andShow More Summary
“Being the leading candidate in something like this could be the kiss of death to tell you the truth,” Robert Kraft said in (...)
If you don’t like Goodell, fine, but don’t let that obscure from the fact that Tom Brady cheated.