Chalk up another victory for Roger Goodell.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, wearing his work clothes, ran the 40-yard dash in NFL headquarters on Monday.
The feud between Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell likely isn't ending soon.
The effort to recover legal fees, reportedly in excess of $2 million, from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones does not arise under the rule that allows Commissioner Roger Goodell to impose punishment for conduct detrimental to the game. Instead, the authority comes from Resolution FC-6, adopted in 1997. Resolution FC-6 specifically relates to any effort by [more]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell plans to request millions of dollars from Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for challenging Goodell's contract renewal and speaking out against Ezekiel Elliott's suspension.
Jones had strongly lobbied against extending Roger Goodell's contract.
The NFL is exploring options to get more than $2 million in reimbursement for legal fees from Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones over his threat to derail Commissioner Roger Goodell's contract extension and his support of running back Ezekiel Elliott's fight to avoid a six-game suspension, according...
SportsPulse: Don't call it a fine. But Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will likely have to pay a pretty penny as the Roger Goodell and the NFL are seeking him to pay millions in legal fees stemming from two high-profiles clashes with league.
The NFL commissioner and Cowboys owner clashed over Ezekiel Elliott's punishment.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
The failing New York Times has apparently written an inaccurate story about Commissioner Roger Goodell fining Cowboys owner Jerry Jones multiple millions of dollars. Sad! Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports (i.e., the NFL announces) that Jones will be required to pay $2 million in reimbursement for legal fees, not as a fine for conduct [more]
If you thought the feuding days between Roger Goodell and Jerry Jones were over, think again. According to reports from the New York Times, the NFL Commissioner is expected to hand the Dallas Cowboys owner a fine that could be in the seven-figures range. The Times states that Goodell’s fine is the result of Jones’ “efforts to […]
At his press conference during Super Bowl week, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that the league would take another look at the eternal question of what constitutes a catch this offseason and that process got underway on Monday. NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent said that the NFL’s Competition Committee met in [more]
The notion that Commissioner Roger Goodell will fine Cowboys owner Jerry Jones “millions” for conduct detrimental the league raises a significant question regarding Goodell’s authority to implement a financial penalty of that magnitude. Article 8.13(A) of the NFL’s Constitution and Bylaws, a copy of which PFT previously has obtained, permits the Commissioner to impose a [more]
Apparently, Roger Goodell is still upset with the way Jones acted in late 2017
If you thought this was over, well, it’s not. Remember the feud between Roger Goodell and Jerry Jones last season? It’s not over. Goodell plans to fine Jones “millions of dollars” for his role in the conflict, according to Ken Belson...Show More Summary
The NFL commissioner and Cowboys owner clashed over Ezekiel Elliott's punishment, as well as a contract extension for Goodell.
The Roger Goodell-Jerry Jones relationship is about to get even worse, with a report that Goodell is preparing to fine Jones.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is preparing to fine Cowboys owner Jerry Jones millions of dollars for conduct detrimental to the league, Ken Belson of the New York Times reports. Jones sought to derail Goodell’s contract negotiations with the league after the commissioner suspended Cowboys star running Ezekiel Elliott for six games. According to the Times, [more]
The Dallas Cowboys owner had aggressively challenged the commissioner’s new contract and the treatment of the star running back Ezekiel Elliott.