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The NFL’s High Draft Pick

It was 1970 or thereabouts, and the NFL commissioner wanted to know what the big deal was with marijuana. “Someday,” Pete Rozelle told Blair Sabol, the daughter of legendary NFL Films propagandist Ed Sabol, “I am going to have to deal...Show More Summary

NFLPA president warns players of NFL: “They are not your family”

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell might have found Laremy Tunsil’s fall “exciting,” but the president of the players union found it offensive, and hopes generations of young players learn from what happened to the new Dolphins tackle. NFLPA president and Bengals tackle Eric Winston took the league to task for the mixed messages they were sending…

Roger Goodell's other terrible ideas to 'make the draft exciting'

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell certainly has a way with words. That way can be best described as "wrong." Goodell referred to the very public plummet of potential first overall pick Laremy Tunsil (following a Twitter hack) as "exciting." SEE...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell sure likes the way Laremy Tunsil spiced up his TV show

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will not tolerate his employees publicly revealing the already publicly revealed names on his secret card, and possibly spoiling his super-important television show. But if you want to be humiliated and possibly extorted, accused of something illegal which subjects you to possible future sanctions, and lose millions of dollars in the process,…

Roger Goodell says NFL draft was ‘so exciting’ because of Laremy Tunsil

There are many ways to describe Laremy Tunsil’s experience Thursday night at the NFL draft. Weird. Humiliating. Awkward. “So exciting” doesn’t really come to mind, though, unless you’re Roger Goodell. The NFL commissioner made an appearance on ESPN Radio’s “Mike & Mike” on Friday morning and once again proved that he probably should limit his […]

Roger Goodell Comments on Laremy Tunsil's Allegedly Hacked Social Media Accounts

Roger Goodell ended offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil's first-round slide Thursday when he announced his selection by the Miami Dolphins at No. 13 overall, but the NFL commissioner was unaware of the circumstances surrounding Tunsil atShow More Summary

Rams are confident Jared Goff is the right choice

He had just finished an appearance on stage with the NFL commissioner and more than two hours of scrambling to interviews, teleconferences, photo shoots and autograph signings.Alone in a quiet room off a hallway in Auditorium Theatre, the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft lifted a Los Angeles Rams cap...

A Bird's-Eye View Of Chicago's NFL Draft Town

Los Angeles Rams No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff (here with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell) is the toast of Chicago at the 2016 NFL Draft. For a second straight year, the Windy City is drafty. As host of the 81st NFL Draft, Chicago’s magnificent skyline is a dazzling backdrop. The three-day [...]

Roger Goodell Booed For Some Reason At 2016 NFL Draft

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A chorus of boos erupted as NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell took the stage at the league’s draft Thursday night, with the motivation unclear. Goodell, who has led the league since 2006, kept his game face on while announcing the Los Angeles...Show More Summary

Goodell sounds a cautious note about expanding the playoffs

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said in the past that the league would consider expanding the postseason from 12 to 14 teams. But as the league has continued to study the matter, Goodell sounds skeptical about how feasible postseason expansion is. In an interview today on ESPN, Goodell said that the Competition Committee has explored…

Sashi Brown thinks Joey Bosa fits in 3-4 defense

Most draft observers agree that Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa will be among the players to hear their names called by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the early part of the first round. Pegging exactly where he’ll wind up is a bit more difficult. There are several teams who could use a player who produced…

Goodell Holds Q&A, With Head Injuries Front and Center

The floor belonged to Philip Feliciano, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell waited patiently for his question.

Roger Goodell Comments on Reinstatement of Tom Brady's Deflategate Suspension

On the heels of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's Deflategate suspension getting reinstated by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell commented on the matter Thursday. According to...Show More Summary

Goodell: NFL Ready to Move on From 'Deflategate'

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league is ready to move on from "Deflategate."

Why Ole Miss Football Won't Be a 1-Hit NFL Draft Wonder

Football fans better get used to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell talking about Ole Miss because he's going to talk about the Rebels quite a bit on Thursday night. Three former Ole Miss players are projected to be selected in the first...Show More Summary

Drew Brees: Roger Goodell 'definitely has too much power'

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees made the media rounds on Tuesday and didn't mince words when he was asked about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Most notably, Brees said he doesn't trust Goodell and the league when it comesShow More Summary

Drew Brees On Goodell: “He Is Judge, Jury & Executioner; He Has Too Much Power” (Video)

After a federal court judge reinstated the 4-game suspension of Tom Brady for the deflategate debacle, questions arose once again if NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has too much power. On Tuesday, New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees threw shots at the disciplinary powers that Goodell has when asked about his reaction of Brady’s suspension. Via […]

Drew Brees Comments on Roger Goodell's Power, Deflategate and More

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has been critical of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the past, and he once again questioned the power given to Goodell in light of the newest development in the Deflategate saga. Brees wasShow More Summary

Deflategate post-mortem: It's the NFL players union's fault for giving Roger Goodell so much power

You can believe that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was absolutely innocent of willfully deflating footballs during a National Football League playoff game on Jan. 18, 2015. You can believe that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell accepted grossly inflated, even totally unsupported, evidence...

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