Not long ago, the Pro Bowl was in a coma. And Commissioner Roger Goodell was ready to pull the plug. Now, a day after the first unconferenced, fantasy-style, teammate-vs-teammate game, Goodell has declared the annual all-star game to be in a much better state of health. “You have to admit it was very competitive,” Goodell…
How close were we to not having a Pro Bowl? NFLPA President Domonique Foxworth says that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was 'very serious' about scrapping of the game.
All eyes are on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to determine what he will do about the possible weather issues at the Super Bowl.
DALLAS -- Josh Brent stood in front of a judge and listened patiently and silently about his fate. He wasn’t in front of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell or a room of his football peers. There were no NFL coaches or scouts determining Brent’s future on Friday. Show More Summary
Everyones been talking about Richard Shermen this week, including me. I called him a thug and filed a police report and everything. I sure thought I was being tolerent and [...]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said he is not "cheering" for the type of post-game smackdown that Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman delivered after he helped secure a trip to the Super Bowl for his team last Sunday. “It’s an...Show More Summary
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell would like to get rid of the extra point. The CFL possibly will be doing the same thing. Via Mike Zwolinski of the Toronto Star, the CFL has discussed dumping the one-point PAT — and could continue to do so. “Our rules committee discussed the idea of eliminating or altering the…
For the first time ever, the Pro Bowl will be played in an "unconferenced" format, with all-time greats Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders choosing teams in a draft that resembled something from a fantasy football league. Roger Goodell tinkered...Show More Summary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is making waves again for the National Football League. Goodell made a NFL Might Allow Medical Marijuana - -
NFL officials have largely kept quiet since Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman's fiery rant went viral following his team's win over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, but NFL commissioner RogerShow More Summary
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell isn't a fan of what Richard Sherman did during his postgame interview after Seattle's NFC Championship win over the 49ers.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell likes Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman. And Goodell would like Sherman to think about the way he presents himself on TV. Asked on CBS This Morning to react to Sherman’s interview after the NFC Championship Game, Goodell said he wasn’t pleased with it. “It’s an emotional game, and you see a young…
Guess what folks were almost here in SuperBong week with the Denver Dankos going up verse the Sinsamillattle Sativawks= two cities that are more covered in grey smoke then the [...]
Ahead of what is being dubbed the first-ever Marijuana Bowl--between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos--NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league may allow players to use medicinal marijuana to treat concussions if medical experts approved the treatment. Show More Summary
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell clearly wants to expand the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams. Ultimately, however, it’s not Goodell’s call. All rule changes require 24 of 32 owners to vote for the move. According to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, it’s unclear whether enough support an expansion of the playoff field. “Until…
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says it may make sense to let players use medical marijuana for concussions and head injuries. He says, “We will obviously follow signs. We will follow medicine and if they determine this could be a proper usage in any context, we will consider that. Our medical experts are not saying that […]
Commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday that if medical experts were ever able to show that medical marijuana could help treat concussions, he would consider allowing players to use it.
Never before has marijuana and football been so intertwined than this week, and presumably next week as well. Though we've yet to settle on a proper name for the Super Bowl between the Broncos and Seahawks, the teams from the only states...Show More Summary
On "CBS This Morning" on Thursday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made a joint appearance with General Electric Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt to discuss brain science and what that means for concussions in the NFL. Goodell also addressed...Show More Summary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell continues to suggest medical marijuana could eventually be considered legal treatment for the league's players, including those dealing with concussions. Daniel Kaplan of the Sports Business Journal reports...Show More Summary