Every year at this time, a debate has emerged regarding whether ESPN and NFL Network would tip draft picks before Commissioner Roger Goodell walks to the podium and announces the pick. As explained by Richard Deitsch of SI.com, ESPN and NFL Network have agreed once again that they won’t report on draft picks before the…
ESPN and NFL Network both have rights to televise the NFL draft, and, as they have in the past, this year they will show the good and just Roger Goodell that they value the product he’s bestowed upon them by not allowing their reporters to tweet picks before the commissioner announces them at the podium. Show More Summary
There are many reasons fans watch the NFL draft. The obvious is because football is an obsession everyone shares, but beyond that is the drama of watching commissioner Roger Goodell step to the podium reading a card with a name on it. Even...Show More Summary
St. Louis officials might have felt good about what they told the NFL this week. But NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that not one but two Los Angeles projects are also appealing to the league, based on what he’s seen of both stadium plans. Speaking to the Associated Press Sports Editors Friday, Goodell said both the…
The N.F.L. commissioner said two stadium plans looked promising enough to return the league to the nation’s second-largest metropolitan area.
Growing weary of the NFL pre draft process? A little bored with all the speculation and ready to do that thing where Roger Goodell awkwardly bro hugs a bunch of dudes he just met? Well, you're not in luck...yet. We still have six days...Show More Summary
Former NFL superstar Brian Urlacher clearly believes Roger Goodell treats the New England Patriots like they're above the law... and Deflategate is the definitive proof. Urlacher was hanging with Jay Glazer at…
A proposed stadium in Los Angeles for the Chargers and Raiders may or may not ever get built, but the plans for it look pretty cool. Those designs were recently presented by the teams to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and a league panel in New York, and they include this showstopper: More: Stadium plan includes tower […]
Next Thursday will be a dream come true for 32 young men. They'll hear NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell call their names, finally putting an end to all the years of unpaid work they put into honing their craft. Unfortunately, the work does not stop there. Show More Summary
When the Dallas Cowboys signed Greg Hardy, they knew they were running the risk of being without him due to his ongoing domestic situation. At the time of the acquisition, Roger Goodell had not yet handed down the punishment on Hardy for his alleged involvement. Today, we learn that Dallas will be out Greg Hardy […]
After one of the league’s worst public relations seasons in memory, Roger Goodell and the NFL pledged to take a tougher stance on (...)
Just when you think you have all the answers to how the NFL draft will go down, commissioner Roger Goodell says those fate-changing words: "There has been a trade…" With months to come up with a plan, general managers will do whatever...Show More Summary
For the hardcore football fans who follow every pick of the NFL draft, there are endless storylines which begin the moment Roger Goodell steps to the podium to declare that the event has officially begun. The biggest ones, for better...Show More Summary
Commissioner Roger Goodell has reinstated Adrian Peterson, releasing him from the suspension for his reckless assault misdemeanor
Breaking: Roger Goodell suspends Aaron Hernandez for four games. — Mark Nagi (@MarkNagi) April 15, 2015 NY Times: Mayor Bill de Blasio, dismayed by a Democratic Party that he believes has moved too slowly to embrace a populist platform,...Show More Summary
Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston won't be in Chicago, but there are still plenty of top prospects who will be on hand to hear their name called by Roger Goodell. Twenty-eight prospects have accepted an invitation to attend the 2015Show More Summary
On Tuesday afternoon, running back Adrian Peterson met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to speak on his legal issues. The face-to-face meeting is a step toward being reinstated by the NFL, but when that happens, will he be a member...Show More Summary
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson met Tuesday with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell regarding his reinstatement.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson met Tuesday with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell regarding his reinstatement, eight days before the expected expiration of the suspension that was invoked last season under the personal conduct policy.
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