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Roger Goodell tells teams no NFL in Los Angeles in 2015

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell informed the 32 teams Tuesday that the league will not be accepting relocation applications for teams interested in moving to Los Angeles in 2015.

Roger Goodell reportedly says ‘no’ to moving NFL team to Los Angeles in 2015

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said there will not be an NFL franchise in Los Angeles next season, according to an ESPN report. Citing unnamed league sources, ESPN reported that Goodell said neither the San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders nor St. Louis Rams will be able to move to L.A. in 2015. The Chargers announced on […]

Roger Goodell's message explains why Chargers staying put in 2015

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reports that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell put an end to speculation that a team would relocate to Los Angeles in 2015 when he told the San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders and St. Louis Rams -- each of...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell Reportedly Tells Teams No Los Angeles Move for Next Season

The NFL may very well return to Los Angeles in the near future, but it reportedly won't be happening in 2015. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has informed the potential relocation candidates that noShow More Summary

President Barack Obama weighs in on NFL, Roger Goodell

  It was a clear penalty flag from the President of the United States, who on Friday whistled NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for his handling of the Ray Rice situation. Rice was o riginally suspended for two games after a video surfaced...Show More Summary

Obama on NFL discipline: “You don’t want to be winging it”

President Obama seems to agree with those who say NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been making it up as he goes along when handling player discipline. In an interview with Colin Cowherd on ESPN Radio, Obama said today that the Ray Rice case troubled him as it shined a spotlight on domestic violence in America.…

NFL will discuss expanded playoffs at March owners’ meeting

The NFL will discuss expanding the playoffs when the owners meet in March. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said today that expanded playoffs were not a topic for this week’s owners’ meeting, but he does expect the Competition Committee to study the matter and the owners to discuss it at the spring league meeting. “That’s something…

Roger Goodell reaches out to fans regarding new personal conduct policy

The commissioner of the NFL tells fans that new policy will prevent issues in the future. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reached out to fans in an email Wednesday to discuss the league's new personal conduct policy. In his email, Goodell...Show More Summary

Goodell to fans: NFL puts character and values above everything else

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent an email to NFL fans today to brief them on changes to the league’s personal conduct policy. “You give so much to our game and its success,” Goodell said in the email to fans. “In return, as you should, you hold us to high standards, both on and off the…

Meet the nine owners who will oversee the NFL’s new player conduct policy

2 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

At the heart of the new player conduct policy announced by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is a conduct committee, a panel of nine owners who will be “responsible for reviewing the policy at least annually and recommending changes to the policy going forward.” They will be, the NFL says, advised by former players, executives and […]

Details of the NFL's new personal conduct policy

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced the league's new personal conduct policy on Wednesday.

Goodell says NFL will hire new head of discipline

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has announced a new personal conduct policy that he says “significantly strengthens our conduct rules,” as the NFL attempts to move past the mess that embroiled the league in the wake of the Ray Rice case. Goodell said the NFL will hold everyone — not just players but owners, coaches, team…

Owners approve new personal-conduct policy

The NFL will make changes to its much-maligned personal-conduct policy, although the details of those changes remain unclear. The owners unanimously approved a new policy, according to NFL Network. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to lay out some of the details of the new policy at a press conference today. It is expected that…

TIME Magazine’s “2014 Person of the Year”

TIME magazine’s end-of-year rollout is well underway, and as such, today the 2014 Person of the Year was unveiled. Announced earlier in the week, the eight contenders were NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, president of the Iraqi Kurdish… The post TIME Magazine’s “2014 Person of the Year” appeared first on Highsnobiety.

Time names Roger Goodell one of its 'Person of the Year' finalists

By any objective measure, few people will be happier to see the Times Square ball drop on New Year's Eve than NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. This has been a miserable year for him, scandals and criticism have damaged his image, probably...Show More Summary

Time Names NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell as 'Person of the Year' Finalist

Time has named Roger Goodell as one of its finalists for "Person of the Year." The magazine announces its selection on Wednesday. The NFL commissioner managed such crises in the past year as the settlement of the concussion lawsuit against...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell Is A Finalist For Time's Person Of The Year

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

Hoping to follow in the footsteps of Hitler, Stalin, and the the Ayatollah Khomeini, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been named one of eight finalists for Time magazine's Person of the Year "honor." Read more...

Goodell a finalist for Time’s Person of the Year

Two years ago, Time magazine declared NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to be The Enforcer.  Now, he may be getting a different title. Goodell is among finalists for Time’s 2014 Person of the Year award. Editor Nancy Gibbs announced the eight-person slate on Monday’s TODAY show, with Goodell joined by Apple CEO Tim Cook, Alibaba founder…

Time Magazine Reveals Candidates For 2014 Person Of The Year

Time magazine has narrowed down its list of candidates for the annual Person of the Year issue. This year's possible winners include Apple CEO Tim Cook, Alibaba founder Jack Ma, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Iraqi Kurdish President Massoud Barzani and singer Taylor Swift. Show More Summary

Ray Rice: 'Horrendous' Flub Not Saying Sorry to Janay

Janay Rice told Matt Lauer yesterday that "I can't say [NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell] is telling the truth" about the elevator incident that derailed husband Ray's career. Ray Rice joined the conversation this morning on Today, along with Janay's parents. Highlights: On not apologizing to Janay at the initial press...

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