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Former Pro Bowler Joe Horn calls Roger Goodell ‘the devil’

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is about as popular as Congress. That is, he’s pretty much universally disliked. But according to former New Orleans Saints Pro Bowler Joe Horn, Goodell isn’t just a bad man, he’s Beelzebub incarnated. “I just don’t like him,” Horn said (via “And I don’t like that on draft day these […]

Joe Horn slams Roger Goodell

If NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hears a cell phone tucked under the padding of a goalpost ringing while walking the perimeter of a football field, he probably shouldn’t answer it. Former NFL receiver Joe Horn, who was fined $30,000 by Goodell’s predecessor for a flip-phone touchdown celebration, verbally flipped Goodell off in an interview with…

Joe Horn Says NFL Draftees Are 'Hugging the Devil' When Embracing Roger Goodell

Have you hugged Roger Goodell lately? If so, was it a full-on embrace? A dap -and-pat? Did you pick up him up off the ground like a toy and realign his lumbar region? Hugging the NFL commissioner is a personal thing draftees do in aShow More Summary

Roger Goodell Denies Request By NFLPA To Recuse Himself On Tom Brady 'DeflateGate' Appeal

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has told the NFL Players Association that he will not step down from hearing the appeal of Tom Brady's 4 game suspension as part of DeflateGate.

Report: Goodell rejects NFLPA request to recuse himself from Brady appeal

During an appearance on ESPN Friday, NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said that the union would “certainly increase the volume of the request” didn’t get a response from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to their request that he recuse himself from hearing Tom Brady’s appeal by the end of next week. According to multiple reports, the…

Freeman: This Is the Life Robert Kraft Chose, 'Roger Goodell Won and Kraft Loss'

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft finds himself at the center of the Deflategate saga after declining to fight the charges any further. Why did Kraft change his opinion so drastically? How does NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell play into this scenario? Watch as NFL Lead Writer Mike Freeman discusses Kraft's controversial stance in the video above. Show More Summary

NFL’s Goodell: It’s My Job to Judge Brady

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday that he wants to hear directly from Tom Brady during the New England Patriots quarterback’s appeal of his four-game "Deflategate" suspension.

Sports News in Brief: Roger Goodell, Robert Kraft Attempt To Rekindle Relationship With Spa Getaway

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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

Jim Irsay says team in L.A. is a matter of when, not if

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…

Roger Goodell open to ‘any information’ that could reduce Tom Brady’s four-game suspension

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 […]

Roger Goodell Comments on Robert Kraft, Tom Brady's Deflategate Appeal and More

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

Goodell Wants to Hear Directly From Brady in Appeal

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.

Roger Goodell wants to hear from Tom Brady himself

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,…

Players' Union Asks Goodell to Recuse Self From Brady Appeal

The players' union has asked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to recuse himself from the appeal hearing for Tom Brady in the deflated footballs case.

NFLPA files contempt motion against Goodell, NFL in Peterson case

The NFLPA’s issues with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday are not limited to their drive to have him remove himself as the arbitrator for Tom Brady’s forthcoming appeal of his four-game suspension. In a statement signed by NFLPA president Eric Winston, the union announced that it has filed a motion in to hold Goodell…

Pat’s owner Kraft: I’ll suck it up and accept NFL’s Deflategate punishment

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he will not appeal the punishment levied by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell related to “Deflategate.”

Patriots’ Robert Kraft: ‘We won’t appeal’ DeflateGate penalties

Saying that the DeflateGate process “has taken too long,” New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said the team will not appeal the punishment handed down by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “I can try to end it or extend it,” Kraft said in announcing his decision at the owners’ spring meeting in San Francisco. He added […]

NFLPA says Tom Brady appeal continues, despite Kraft’s decision

Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s announcement that he will not fight NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s punishment for Deflategate does not affect the separate punishment of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Moment’s after Kraft’s announcement,...Show More Summary

Kraft: I disagree with Goodell, but I accept it and we won’t appeal

Patriots owner Robert Kraft announced today that his team will not fight NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s decision to strip the team of a first-round draft pick, a fourth-round draft pick and $1 million as punishment for Deflategate. In a long statement at the league meeting, Kraft explained that he thinks it’s in the best interests…

New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Says He Won't Appeal NFL's Ruling On 'Deflategate'

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft said today that he would not appeal the punishment handed down by the NFL Commissioner’s office over “deflategate”. More To Come...

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