On Thursday morning, ESPN's Darren Rovell tweeted out an image of a letter written by a young Roger Goodell asking former NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle for a job. As far as historical NFL documents go, it's basically one of the DeadShow More Summary
During the 2011 lockout, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell attempted to refute commonly cited statistics detailing the average length of an NFL career. That specific discussion is for another time. Like, say, four years ago. But an interesting...Show More Summary
It didn’t take long for ESPN to deny the report that it wants Keith Olbermann to tone down his criticism of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Responding to a report from the Hollywood Reporter that ESPN wants to put a clause in Olbermann’s next contract prohibiting him from commentaries critical of the league or its commissioner,…
With his Deflategate appeal hearing now a week behind him, Tom Brady must now sit and wait while NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell contemplates how to extricate himself from a situation largely of his own making, but one which seems to offer him no face-saving way out. Show More Summary
Now that Tom Brady has appealed his four-game suspension for his role in Deflategate and the findings in the Wells Report, the New England Patriots and the rest of the NFL anxiously await NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell 's decision on...Show More Summary
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — It's back to the waiting game for Tom Brady. After making his case in a 10-hour hearing, Brady's fate is in the hands of Roger Goodell. Just when the NFL commissioner will announce his decision to uphold, reduce or eliminate Brady's four-game suspension in "Deflategate" is uncertain. Show More Summary
After a 10-hour hearing, Tom Brady now must wait to find out if his appeal of a four-game suspension carried any weight with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Could Tom Brady's testimony to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodel be governed by the same perjury rules that apply to typical court proceedings or depositions? Answering the question requires one to journey through the finer points of New York's perjury code.
Whatever NFL commissioner Roger Goodell decides in the matter of Tom Brady's appeal, it's clear that neither side will claim it didn't have the chance to speak its piece. The appeal apparently began a little bit after 9 a.m. Eastern time and didn't conclude until a little bit 8:30 p.m., a marathon meeting considering it was about deflated footballs. Show More Summary
With any luck at all, DeflateGate will come to a peaceful end sometime late Tuesday afternoon, when Tom Brady appears at an appeals hearing before NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in New York City. Unfortunately, we are not that lucky. The stakes in this hearing, involving one of the faces of the NFL, and the Dad […]
When New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady visits NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on June 23, to appeal his four-game suspension handed down by the league over the so-called “Deflategate” affair, Brady and his National Football League...Show More Summary
The latest “Deflategate” rumors around the New England Patriots center around a new study by a respected Washington think tank, the American Enterprise Institute, that could lead to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell throwing out the four-game suspension against Patriots future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady. Show More Summary
MADD's (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) 35th Anniversary conference in Arlington, Virginia was touching and at the same time disturbing as pictures of those young and old who were the victims of drunk driving lined the halls. At the Friday...Show More Summary
Despite some of the negative criticism Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White often receives, he's done a pretty good job to help turn mixed martial arts (MMA) into the worldwide combat sports hit it is today. It isn't an easy job. Show More Summary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell rejected a request to recuse himself from hearing Tom Brady’s "Deflategate" appeal.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made it official Tuesday: He will hear Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will not recuse himself from hearing the appeal for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who is fighting a four-game suspension for his role in Deflategate. The NFL Players Association filed a formal...Show More Summary
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has officially announced that he will hear New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension appeal, with no plans to recuse himself from the case. He issued a statement on the matter Tuesday. Here are some highlights. “First, the NFLPA argues that I may not serve as hearing officer because Mr. Brady’s discipline letter was […]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has informed the players union that he will be the one to hear the appeal of Tom Brady's four-game Deflategate suspension on June 23.
The National Football League on Tuesday rejected a request by the players union that Commissioner Roger Goodell recuse himself as the arbitrator in the "Deflategate" appeal of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.