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The NFL has robbed us of Von Miller's new sexy sack celebration

This is the worst thing Roger Goodell has ever done. Von Miller was fined $11,000 by the NFL for his celebratory sack dance, which featured Miller having sex with a ghost. (Some have said he's mimicking Key and Peele's skit about how the NFL penalizes celebrations.) So Sunday, when he got a sack against the Vikings... Show More Summary

San Diego mayor stresses city's stadium plan to NFL's L.A. relocation committee

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer met with three members of the NFL’s Los Angeles relocation committee, and with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, to stress that San Diego has a plan to build a new stadium to keep the Chargers from leaving. Faulconer met with New York Giants owner John Mara, New England...

Sports News in Brief: Roger Goodell Unveils Plans For NFL Game In Earth’s Core

4 days agoHumor : The Onion

NEW YORK—Saying that it is the perfect way to further increase the sport’s popularity, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced Monday that the league will soon begin holding a regular-season game deep within the Earth’s inner core.Show More Summary

Listen As Bill Simmons Takes Aim At ESPN, NFL With Conspiracy Dig: Says Network ‘In The Bag’

Former ESPN sports commentator and analyst Bill Simmons, known as ‘The Sports Guy’, who failed to have his contract renewed following comments he made disparaging NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on The Dan Patrick Show in May, as reported by the Inquisitr, is firing back at ESPN with allegations of conspiracy in the second installment of... Show More Summary

Bill Simmons comes out swinging at ESPN, Roger Goodell in new podcast

After five months of not having a podcast outlet for his opinions on DeflateGate, Roger Goodell and ESPN firing him, Bill Simmons took some jabs at the NFL commissioner and his former employer before taking a roundhouse swipe at the two. Show More Summary

Bill Simmons Returns with New Podcast, Immediately Starts Trashing ESPN

4 days agoNews : Mediaite

The "B.S. Report," which lived for many years on ESPN's website, is now "The Bill Simmons Podcast." And while Bill Simmons, AKA "The Sports Guy" was fired by ESPN for speaking out too harshly about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, it appears his new home at HBO allows him a bit more freedom to speak his mind.

NCAA, you probably survived O'Bannon. Can you survive a lawyer who just beat Roger Goodell?

Good morning! It's your wakeup roundup of college football stuff, but first, a word on the NCAA. A year after a district court found in the Ed O'Bannon trial that the NCAA's amateurism rules were breaking antitrust laws, a court of appeals partially affirmed and partially reversed that decision. Show More Summary

NFL’s Appeal of Tom Brady Ruling Won’t Be Heard Until After the Season

When Tom Brady won his appeal, reversing his 4-game suspension, Roger Goodell vowed to appeal that ruling. The commish followed through with that proclamation, but it will not be heard until February 2016 at the earliest. So that pretty much guarantees Brady will be on the field for New England all season long. The matter […]

A "Lifelong" Committment, If Only Technically: A Guide To Ignoring The NFL Today

last weekSports : Deadspin

So, the 2015 NFL Health and Safety Report opens with a message from Roger Goodell, in which the thumb-puppet-looking doofus proudly mentions the lifelong commitment the NFL makes to its players, specifically free comprehensive health and wellness screening made available to former players. Read more...

Goodell interview part of broader 60 Minutes item on safety initiatives

Thursday night’s game between Washington and the Giants made some news before kickoff, thanks to a CBS News interview of Commissioner Roger Goodell for 60 Minutes. The interview, per a source with knowledge of the situation, wasn’t part of a profile on Goodell, however. According to the source, the Goodell interview occurred as part of…

Goodell being interviewed for 60 Minutes

But for an interview on ESPN Radio that happened minutes after an ESPN article emerged that made him look not so good for his handling of the Spygate controversy and its aftermath, Commissioner Roger Goodell has stayed out of sight. That’s ending tonight; via multiple reports, Goodell is being interviewed by CBS’s 60 Minutes at…

NFL gets FAA authorization to use drones in stadiums

Am I the only one who saw the news that the National Football League is now authorized to use drones in stadiums and thought, wow, Roger Goodell really does have too much power? The NFL recently requested the use of drones for filming...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell, NFL 'don't look at fantasy sports as gambling'

Testimony from a 2012 sports betting case in New Jersey provides an unvarnished look into how the NFL views the fantasy sports phenomenon. We now have an answer as to why the NFL has seemed to embrace fantasy sports while shunning sports...Show More Summary

Ball Boy Chases After Fan Who Tries To Steal Football

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

“We must protect the integrity of the game!” Here’s a Bears fan who grabs a kickoff that went past the end zone and tries to do his best Devin Hester impression. Roger Goodell has mustered a death squad. Read more...

The NFLPA reportedly has a plan to reduce Roger Goodell's role in the appeals process

The NFLPA reportedly submitted a proposal earlier this year that removes Goodell as the central figure of authority in appeals. Discussions to change the NFL's much-maligned disciplinary appeals process are reportedly underway. CBS Sports'...Show More Summary

The NFL isn’t just surviving Roger Goodell’s ineptitude, it’s somehow thriving

By many measures, the last several years have been disastrous for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. The league’s handling of the concussion crisis took plenty of fire, eventually leading to a $765 million lawsuit settlement that was later uncapped and boosted (but still is facing appeals). Show More Summary

Has Goodell provided enough discipline?

Rob Parker, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Roger Goodell's efforts to curb the off-field issues in the NFL....

Roger Goodell upholds all Saints suspensions on appeal

In a ruling that shocked nobody, the NFL announced on Tuesday that Commissioner Roger Goodell has upheld the bounty-related suspensions of four current and former New Orleans Saints players -- Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma (suspended...Show More Summary

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