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NFL IMPLOSION UPDATE: Roger Goodell Afraid To Visit Patriots Stadium: There are plenty of names …

NFL IMPLOSION UPDATE: Roger Goodell Afraid To Visit Patriots Stadium: There are plenty of names Patriots fans are fond of calling NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. None is very pleasant, and with good reason. Some of the cleaner ones with regard to his latest transgression? Roger the dodger. Roger the coward. Roger the chicken. Given his […]

Antonio Brown Facebook Live Video Being Investigated by NFL, Says Roger Goodell

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell revealed Wednesday the league is investigating Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown's Facebook Live stream of head coach Mike Tomlin's speech following the team's AFC Divisional Round win over...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell confident things are going to be just fine in L.A.

Never mind that Los Angeles doesn’t seem to want the Chargers, or that the Chargers reluctantly went there. And never mind that they’ll play in a 30,000-seat stadium for a couple of years, before becoming the sorry brother-in-law sleeping on Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s fancy new couch in Inglewood. And never mind that neither team…

Roger Goodell Says NFL Looking Into Antonio Brown Video (VIDEO)

16 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : TMZ.com

NFL commish Roger Goodell tells TMZ Sports... the NFL is officially looking into the Antonio Brown locker room video incident. Goodell was leaving a media event for the Los Angeles Chargers when he decided to mingle with the fans... signing…

Roger Goodell Tells Chargers Fans in San Diego ‘We Feel Your Pain. We’re Hurting, Too.’ (Video)

22 hours agoSports : Total Pro Sports

According to commissioner Roger Goodell, the entire NFL feels the same pain as Chargers fans left out in the cold in San Diego. The Chargers were formally welcomed into Los Angeles in a press conference and pep rally on Wednesday that brought 10?s of 20?s of roaring Chargers fans in the L.A. area. After the […]

Put down the shield, Roger Goodell, and go to a Patriots’ game

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had a choice. There are two conference championship games this weekend, and he could go to either Atlanta or Foxborough, Mass. He chose... poorly. Goodell will, for the second time during these playoffs, head to safe haven in Atlanta, where the final game will be played in the […]

Sorry, Patriots fans: Roger Goodell has other travel plans Sunday than visiting Foxboro

When the Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots won their divisional round games last weekend, it set up a fascinating question: What would Roger Goodell do this coming weekend? After all, the NFL commissioner typically...Show More Summary

Why Roger Goodell needs to be in New England this weekend

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Come on, Roger. Watching a man of your stature tip-toeing around Foxborough is starting to get a little... deflating.

Weird, Roger Goodell Isn't Attending The Patriots Game In Foxboro

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

Roger Goodell has gone to playoff games in Seattle, Atlanta, and Kansas City this season. The two conference championship games before the Super Bowl will be Packers-Falcons in Atlanta and Steelers-Patriots in Foxboro. The NFL commissioner will choose the option which allows him to be booed and berated less. Read more...

Roger Goodell Passes on New England Trip, Will Attend NFC Championship in Atlanta

For the second straight playoff game, NFC commissioner Roger Goodell will attend an Atlanta Falcons game when they host the the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Title game on Sunday.   Roger Goodell will attend the NFC Championship game in Atlanta on Sunday, per a league spokesman. — Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) January 17, 2017 […]

Roger Goodell won't be on hand to watch Patriots in AFC Championship Game

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hasn't been at a Patriots home game since Deflategate.        

Sorry, Patriots fans: Roger Goodell has other travel plans Sunday, won't be in Foxboro

When the Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots won their divisional round games last weekend, it set up a fascinating question: What would Roger Goodell do this coming weekend? After all, the NFL commissioner typically...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell continues to avoid New England

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell attended Saturday’s game in Atlanta, so with the two conference championship games set for Atlanta and New England on Sunday, it would make sense for Goodell to go to Gillette Stadium to visit another league franchise. But Goodell won’t be in New England. He will attend the NFC Championship Game in…

Roger Goodell still won’t go to a Patriots home game, 2 years after DeflateGate

The commissioner will attend the NFC Championship this week rather than go to Foxborough for Patriots vs. Steelers. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has been notoriously avoiding New England since DeflateGate popped up more than two years...Show More Summary

‘He can go wherever he wants to go,’ Tom Brady says of a Roger Goodell trip to NE

One of the more delicious subplots for Sunday’s AFC and NFC championships concerns the itinerary for Commissioner Roger Goodell. Will he attend the NFC championship game in Atlanta or the AFC game in Foxborough? Will he try to make an appearance at each or will he just chuck it and stay home? Goodell is overdue […]

Roger Goodell is at another game and, no, it isn’t the one in New England

For the second weekend in a row, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell ventured out to take in a playoff game. There were four to choose from. Would he head to Atlanta, New England, Dallas or Kansas City? Well, for the second straight weekend, he was watching a Seahawks game, paying a visit to see the game […]

“We Have No Choice But to Take Our Grift Up the I-5”

Shorter Roger Goodell: “We worked diligently to extort the taxpayers of San Diego on behalf of a despicable billionaire, but the city would not pay the ransom, so with the greatest regret we had no choice to shoot the hostage. But rest assured we tried to loot the residents of and visitors to San Diego […]

Roger Goodell: Chargers 'did everything they could' to stay in San Diego

NFL commissioner defends franchise's relocation, citing multiple attempts to fund new San Diego stadium.        

Goodell: The Chargers “worked tirelessly” on new San Diego stadium, tried to stay

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell released a statement Thursday regarding the Chargers’ move to Los Angeles. The entire statement is below… “For more than a decade, the San Diego Chargers have worked diligently toward finding a local stadium solution, which all sides agreed was required. These efforts took on added intensity in the last two years.…

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