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Teenager’s wish will come true by announcing Ravens first draft pick

In recent years, the NFL has deployed a variety of ways to announce later-round picks in the NFL draft while NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has continued to hold court in the first round. That won’t be the case if the Ravens make a first-round pick on Thursday. Assuming the Ravens don’t trade out of the…

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TOP TEXAS HOUSE DEM CALLS ON NFL AND NBA TO “STRONGLY OPPOSE” ANTI-TRANS BILLS: Texas Rep. Chris Turner, chair of the House Democratic Caucus, sent letters to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver asking them...Show More Summary

Obama, former players, friends say goodbye to Dan Rooney

President Barack Obama, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell were among hundreds of dignitaries, family members and former NFL players on hand to say goodbye to former Pittsburgh Steelers chairman Dan Rooney        

Roger Goodell Is Attending the Season Opener in New England, So Start Sharpening Your Pitchforks

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell hasn’t watched a game in New England since winning the court battle over Tom Brady‘s Deflategate suspension. Now, at long last, he’s set to make his probably not-so-triumphant return. “I plan to be at the kickoff game,” Goodell told members of the media at the NFL owners meetings on Tuesday. In […]

Report: Despite Scandals, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is Wildly Popular Among NFL Owners

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

In many places, and with many constituencies, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has become a pariah.

Roger Goodell will return to Gillette Stadium for Patriots' season opener

NFL commish Roger Goodell will get to hear the Patriots fans even more than he did at the last Super Bowl. (AP) For the first time since the infamous deflate-gate game in early 2015,  NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will take in a New England Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell: NFL won't budge on gambling amid Raiders' Las Vegas move

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says having Raiders in Las Vegas won't make league revisit rules.        

Roger Goodell will return to Gillette Stadium for Patriots season opener

Roger Goodell is returning to New England. (AP) For the first time in over a year, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will take in a Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. Goodell told reporters at the owners evening in Phoenix that he plans to be at the Super Bowl Champions’ home opener, which serves as the kickoff for the NFL season. Show More Summary

The Latest: Goodell plans to attend Patriots' opener

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has plans for Thursday night, Sept. 7. Goodell said Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings that he expects to be at the season kickoff in Foxborough when the Patriots play host to an undetermined opponent        

Goodell doesn’t think Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell seemed shocked by the simple suggestion that such a thing could be possible. When asked directly at the end of the league’s owners meetings if he thought former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was being blackballed for last year’s political protests, Goodell said he saw no evidence of that. “I haven’t heard that…

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to return to New England for 2017 kickoff game

NFL commissioner confirms Tuesday he will be at Gillette Stadium for first time since Deflategate.        

Roger Goodell: Discussion of celebration rules tabled

The NFL cleaned up some rules changes already today, but NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he wanted to get more information before proceeding on modifications to the league’s celebration rules. Goodell said he asked owners to table the proposal to loosen the league’s collective ties, saying he wanted to talk to more players before any…

Still the No Fun League: NFL approves ban on leaping over line to block kicks

Plays like this, when Miami’s Tony Lippett jumped over the line during a kick attempt in January, are now banned in the NFL. (Getty Images) NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said last week the league may relax its current, excessively-restrictive...Show More Summary

NFL says Raiders vote not a message to Buffalo about stadium

Last June, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that the Bills “have to stay up with” other teams in the league in terms of their stadium in what seemed like a suggestion that it was time for the team to move forward with a push for a stadium to replace New Era Field. Giants co-owner John…

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell writes letter to Oakland mayor: Thanks, but no thanks

NFL commissioner says city's latest effort to keep Raiders comes up short.        

Oakland's final plan to keep Raiders denied by Roger Goodell: 'We have not yet identified a viable solution'

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s letter to the mayor of Oakland should leave very little doubt: The Oakland Raiders are as good as gone. The Bay Area News Group published a letter from Goodell to Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf concerning Oakland’s final push to keep the team. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell sends ominous letter to Oakland mayor

There are certain words and phrases a city would prefer not to hear from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the days before a critical relocation vote involving its local franchise. Such language is now in the Oakland mayor’s possession. Goodell reportedly sent a letter Friday to Mayor Libby Schaaf, a transmission Schaaf received after having sent Goodell…

Goodell wants to cut five minutes of down time from NFL games

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell thinks the league can make games about five minutes shorter without eliminating anything fans will miss. Goodell said on NFL Network that he believes some of the league’s ideas for cutting delays during the game can reduce the length of game from last year’s average of three hours and seven minutes…

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell fine with Donald Trump's comments on Colin Kaepernick

President Trump slammed free agent Colin Kaepernick’s employment status at a rally in Kentucky on Tuesday, saying NFL owners may not want to sign the ex-San Francisco 49er quarterback because they do not want a “nasty tweet” from the president for signing a player who refused to stand during the...

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