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Jailed Cowboys Fan Suing NFL for $88 Billion over Dez Bryant's Non-Catch

A Colorado man currently in the state's penal system has filed a lawsuit for more than $88 billion against the NFL, commissioner Roger Goodell, vice president of officiating Dean Blandino and official Gene Steratore in regards to the...Show More Summary

NFL Commissioner To Bench Tom Brady Super Bowl Sunday? ‘Brady Had Something To Do With This’

Patriots QB Tom Brady claims that he didn’t have anything to do with the under-inflated footballs during last Sunday’s AFC Championship game, but there are many who don’t believe him and feel that he should be benched for Super Bowl XLIX. Show More Summary

Brett Keisel: New England Patriots will try to 'win at all costs'

PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel criticized the New England Patriots' approach on Friday and did not just reserve his scorn for the AFC champions. Keisel also took aim at NFL commissioner Roger Goodell inShow More Summary

The NFL’s front office is a depraved, incompetent clown show

If there’s one good thing to come from the New England Patriots’ deflated footballs scandal, it’s that it might just be enough to bring NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s disastrous reign to an end. RELATED: Why everyone now thinks Brady...Show More Summary

Art Rooney II: Playoff expansion “probably not” getting decided this year

Last year, the NFL tabled discussions about expanding the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams with designs on revisiting the question this year. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said at the time that he believed that the expanded field would be approved in 2015, but a prominent league figure shared a different view on Wednesday.…

Patriots Become First Team in NFL History to Earn Free Pass to Next Year's Super Bowl

The 45-7 beating the New England Patriots laid on the Indianapolis Colts this past Sunday prompted the NFL to do something it's never done before. In a rare, impromptu, behind-closed-doors meeting, NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, met with other league officials and unanimously voted to allow the Patriots to take the 2015 season off. Show More Summary

#GoodellMustGo banners will return for the NFC and AFC championship games

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell may have thought he put the league’s mishandling of the Ray Rice domestic assault case behind him when Robert Mueller released his independent report earlier this month, but some aren’t so ready to forgive and definitely not to forget. Show More Summary

Jerry Jones gets a call from Goodell over comments on Rams move

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked to explain himself to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after saying that the Rams could move to Los Angeles without getting permission from the league office. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Goodell personally called Jones to find out what Jones meant when he suggested that Rams owner Stan Kroenke…

Pro Football Shill Lanny Davis Lies About Shilling for Pro Football

Antibiotic-resistant flesh-eating infection Lanny Davis published a column in the Hill yesterday deploring the media's terrible rush to judgment against NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Because the NFL's self-commissioned investigation...Show More Summary

Colts ask NFL to place Josh McNary, charged with rape, on commissioner’s exempt list

The Indianapolis Colts have asked that linebacker Josh McNary, who has been charged with rape, be placed on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s exempt list while the legal matter is resolved, which would make him the first active player placed on paid leave under the new personal conduct policy. The move would mean that McNary could […]

Bill Simmons rips NBC’s Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth for lauding Roger Goodell during NFL playoffs

One of the NFL’s most glittering weekends kicked off Saturday afternoon with a truly bizarro moment. As the TV camera found NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sitting outdoors at Gillette Stadium with the common folk in a “Together We Make Football” moment, Al Michaels stiffly read a statement lauding the commissioner’s integrity in the Ray Rice […]

NBC protects the shield for the NFL

During the Baltimore-New England AFC Divisional Playoff game yesterday, Al Michaels read a statement in regards to the Mueller Report which said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell did not lie about seeing the Ray Rice tape. As you can hear...Show More Summary

Ray Rice Investigation; NFL Dropped The Ball, According To Independent Investigator

The results are in, and the NFL dropped the ball in the Ray Rice investigation. The New York Times is reporting that Robert S. Mueller III, the former FBI director who was selected by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to report on the league’s...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell: I “accept the findings” of the Mueller Report

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has issued a statement in response to the release of the Mueller Report into the league’s handling of the Ray Rice investigation this year. The report compiled by former FBI director Robert Mueller found no evidence that anyone in the league had seen the video of Rice knocking Janay Palmer unconscious…

Take the NFL's Mueller Report on Ray Rice with a dumptruck full of salt

On Sept. 19 — as the NFL's Ray Rice scandal was at its apex and calls for his job were at their loudest — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stepped behind a lectern in New York City and tried to begin the league's long public relations rehabilitation. Show More Summary

Mara, Rooney: Owners have full confidence Goodell can lead NFL

With the Mueller Report released and no noteworthy findings, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell now has the full support of the owners.

2014 Deadspin Hall Of Fame Nominee: Roger Goodell

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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell showed his ass to everyone this year. The leak of surveillance footage showing Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancée in an elevator led to Goodell, who'd spent years carefully...Show More Summary

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 […]

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