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Dallas Cowboys Rumors: A Reinstated Adrian Peterson Could Still Be Trade Target For Cowboys And One Other Team

On Tuesday afternoon, running back Adrian Peterson met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to speak on his legal issues. The face-to-face meeting is a step toward being reinstated by the NFL, but when that happens, will he be a member...Show More Summary

Rise 'n Grind: When is Adrian Peterson coming back?

Fresh off a meeting with the NFL commissioner, the Vikings running back is getting closer to reinstatement. The next question is whether or not he'll be in Minnesota when the season begins. ALL DAY AGAIN: Adrian Peterson had his face-to-face with Roger Goodell on Tuesday, a four-hour meeting to hash out his eventual reinstatement. Show More Summary

Peterson, Goodell reportedly meet to discuss reinstatement

last weekNews : NY Daily News

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson met Tuesday with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell regarding his reinstatement.

AP Source: Peterson, Goodell Meet About Reinstatement

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson met Tuesday with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell regarding his reinstatement, eight days before the expected expiration of the suspension that was invoked last season under the personal conduct policy.

Where’s the Tape?

2 weeks agoSports : Slate: Sports

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been adamant that no one in the NFL saw the damning video of Ray Rice punching his then fiancée in the face before TMZ published it on Monday. Now, the Associated Press is reporting that an anonymous “law enforcement official” sent the footage to an NFL executive back in April. Show More Summary

Highlighting the Most Likely Options for the New York Giants' First-Round Pick

There are many potential impact players projected to go in the first round of the 2015 NFL draft who can help the New York Giants. However, only one player is going to be announced by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as the Giants' first-round...Show More Summary

You’re Fired, Roger Goodell

2 weeks agoSports : Slate: Sports

In his press conference on Friday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell proclaimed, with all the sincerity one can muster when reading talking points from a political consultant, “We will get our house in order.” Also: “The NFL has to...Show More Summary

Nobody wants to hug Roger Goodell at the NFL Draft

Marcus Mariota chose to pass on an invite to attend the 2015 NFL Draft. Add Marcus Mariota to the list of players who aren't interested in that special moment where they walk across the stage and give NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a hug after their name is called in the 2015 NFL Draft. Show More Summary

Congress Focuses In On NFL's Non-Profit Tax-Exempt Status In Letter

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

A long-time sticking point for Washington, House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) sent a letter late Wednesday to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell saying that the committee is reviewing the tax-exempt status...Show More Summary

With so much tampering, NFL will struggle to police it all

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged the obvious on Wednesday when he said at the league meeting that multiple teams had dealings before the start of free agency that may have violated the letter of the law. “We want to make sure no teams are gaining an advantage as it relates to free agency and the…

Inside Slant: An invitation to humility for NFL owners

(For all Inside Slant posts, follow this link.) PHOENIX -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell concluded the annual owners meetings Wednesday with a 20-minute news conference. He answered questions about most of the micro-issues facing the...Show More Summary

Packers still want Letroy Guion back

The Green Bay Packers are fully aware that free-agent defensive tackle Letroy Guion still could be subject to discipline from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell under the league's personal conduct policy, but that won't stop them from re-signing...Show More Summary

McNair: Greg Hardy wouldn't have fit in with Texans

PHOENIX -- Continuing to empty the notebook from my conversation this week with Houston Texans owner Bob McNair... When NFL commissioner Roger Goodell opened this year's league meetings, he focused on character and integrity being important to the league. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell closes meetings with serious tone, little action

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke of many things in his press conference wrapping up the league meetings in Phoenix. They were all taken seriously. Efforts are being made to do many of them right. And nothing is settled. Goodell offered no resolution for the many issues on his plate at the moment, with no announcements…

Letroy Guion still could face NFL discipline

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Letroy Guion isn't in the clear just yet, at least not with the NFL. Despite the resolution of his criminal case on Tuesday, the free-agent defensive end could still face discipline from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell...Show More Summary

Goodell doesn’t want to change overtime

The NFL’s owners will vote this week on whether to change the rules of overtime so that each team is guaranteed a possession. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hopes the owners vote it down. Goodell told Peter King of that he likes the current format in which a team can win on the opening possession…

Goodell weighs in on Deflategate, playoff expansion, Jameis Winston

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell may have had a forgettable 2014 season, but he maintains the full faith of the 32 owners and in his line of work, that's all that matters.

James Harrison, Steelers agree to two-year deal

3 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

James Harrison, the linebacker who has often been a thorn in the side of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell over the NFL’s new emphasis on proper hitting, has agreed to a two-year contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He may be close to turning 37, but he can help a team that’s extremely thin in numbers and […]

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he never considered resigning last year

3 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell didn’t have the best of years in 2014. His handling of the Ray Rice affair was roundly criticized, the Super Bowl was overshadowed somewhat by talk of under-inflated footballs in the AFC title game and the league’s concussion issue isn’t ending anytime soon. But Goodell never considered stepping down, he told […]

Top Takeaways from Roger Goodell's Exclusive Interview with Peter King

In September, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters he had never considered resigning despite the cascade of criticism that washed over him during the aftermath of the Ray Rice debacle. With half a year to reconsider his position, Goodell doubled down when asked a similar question by The MMQB's Peter King. "No. Show More Summary

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