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John Oliver calls FIFA president Sepp Blatter 'Roger Goodell's asshole'

John Oliver really wants you to know about the corruption in FIFA. Around this time last year, the Last Week Tonight host devoted 13 minutes to mocking the organization's nasty business practices. On Sunday's episode of Oliver's show,...Show More Summary

Former Pro Bowler Joe Horn calls Roger Goodell ‘the devil’

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is about as popular as Congress. That is, he’s pretty much universally disliked. But according to former New Orleans Saints Pro Bowler Joe Horn, Goodell isn’t just a bad man, he’s Beelzebub incarnated. “I just don’t like him,” Horn said (via “And I don’t like that on draft day these […]

Joe Horn slams Roger Goodell

If NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hears a cell phone tucked under the padding of a goalpost ringing while walking the perimeter of a football field, he probably shouldn’t answer it. Former NFL receiver Joe Horn, who was fined $30,000 by Goodell’s predecessor for a flip-phone touchdown celebration, verbally flipped Goodell off in an interview with…

Former Saints receiver Joe Horn blasts Roger Goodell, calls him 'the devil'

‘I don’t like that on draft day these kids don’t know that they’re hugging the devil.’

Joe Horn Says NFL Draftees Are 'Hugging the Devil' When Embracing Roger Goodell

Have you hugged Roger Goodell lately? If so, was it a full-on embrace? A dap -and-pat? Did you pick up him up off the ground like a toy and realign his lumbar region? Hugging the NFL commissioner is a personal thing draftees do in aShow More Summary

Joe Horn says NFL draftees are 'hugging the devil' by embracing Roger Goodell

Joe Horn's life after football doesn't involve color commentary or a radio show, he's making BBQ sauce. This culinary endeavor doesn't preclude him from having feelings about the NFL and he opened up with both barrels on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in an interview with "Here’s what I don’t like. Show More Summary

ProFootballTalk: What’s next for Tom Brady in suspension appeal?

In light of the NFL rejecting the NFLPA’s request for Roger Goodell to step aside in Tom Brady’s appeal, Mike Florio reviews Brady’s options and also says that new evidence may be Brady’s only hope.  

NFL Rumors: Arizona Cardinals Could Move To AFC If Another Team Moves To Los Angeles

For a few years now, there has been talk of Los Angeles either getting an expansion NFL team or a current team calling the city its new home. Commissioner Roger Goodell has long wanted a team back in LA, and now it appears closer than ever that one is coming. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell Needs to Stop with the Eye Test

4 days agoSports : The Big Lead

It’s been less than a year since Goodell needed to hear from Ray Rice directly.

Goodell’s quest for “new information” makes for confusing Brady appeal

Apart from the question of whether Commissioner Roger Goodell possesses sufficient independence to ever serve as the arbitrator in cases involving NFL teams and NFL players is the question of whether he possesses the basic competence to do so. Unlike some of his predecessors, Goodell isn’t a lawyer. And an arbitration definitely is a legal…

Myers: Here's how Tom Brady vs. Roger Goodell will play out

6 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Tom Brady vs. Roger Goodell is the ultimate power struggle.

ProFootballTalk: Goodell reportedly won’t step aside in Brady’s appeal

The NFL has reportedly rejected the NFLPA’s request for commissioner Roger Goodell to recuse himself from Tom Brady’s appeal process, where Brady is attempting to get his four-game suspension reduced.  

NFL says Roger Goodell will not recuse himself from Tom Brady’s appeal panel

The NFL has refused a request made by the NFL Players’ Association that Commissioner Roger Goodell recuse himself from Tom Brady’s DeflateGate appeal. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports first broke the news on Twitter late Friday afternoon. The NFL has just rejected the NFLPA's formal request for Roger Goodell to recuse himself from the […]

Goodell Is Remaining On Tom Brady's Hearing Appeal And Rejects NFLPA Request To Recuse

NEW YORK (AP) — Roger Goodell will hear Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension for his role in the deflated footballs scandal. The NFL told the players' union on Friday that Goodell will not recuse himself from what the commissioner considers his responsibility of hearing the appeal, according to several people with knowledge of the decision. Show More Summary

NFL Hasn't Made Decision Regarding Roger Goodell's Recusal from Tom Brady Appeal

NFL Spokesman Greg Aiello said no decision has been made regarding the NFLPA 's request for Roger Goodell 's recusal in Tom Brady's appeal, according to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports. Garafolo reported final word on the decision is expected...Show More Summary

NFL denies NFLPA request for Goodell recusal in Brady appeal

The NFLPA isn't happy with Roger Goodell, and the NFL's refusal of the union's request that Goodell recuse himself from hearing Tom Brady's appeal won't help. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Friday that the NFL unsurprisingly denied the...Show More Summary

NFL's Goodell Refuses to Recuse Himself From Brady Hearing, Union Says

The National Football League has rejected a request from the players union that Commissioner Roger Goodell remove himself from Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension over the "Deflategate" scandal, the union said on Friday.

NFLPA not commenting on Roger Goodell’s refusal to recuse

The players union is apparently going to wait through the holiday weekend before turning up the volume. According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, the NFLPA is declining comment on commissioner Roger Goodell’s decision to hear Tom Brady’s appeal of his four-game suspension. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said on ESPN’s Outside the Lines: “If…

Roger Goodell Denies Request By NFLPA To Recuse Himself On Tom Brady 'DeflateGate' Appeal

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has told the NFL Players Association that he will not step down from hearing the appeal of Tom Brady's 4 game suspension as part of DeflateGate.

Report: Goodell rejects NFLPA request to recuse himself from Brady appeal

During an appearance on ESPN Friday, NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said that the union would “certainly increase the volume of the request” didn’t get a response from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to their request that he recuse himself from hearing Tom Brady’s appeal by the end of next week. According to multiple reports, the…

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