Roger Goodell might not be shaking any hands when he announces the first two picks at the 2015 NFL Draft on April 30.
We're exactly one month away from commissioner Roger Goodell stepping to the podium for the start of the 2015 NFL draft. Yes, you read that right. One month. Still. After the combine, a drove of predraft workouts, high-profile trades...Show More Summary
Also, the Meet The Press moderator weighed in on the Iran deal and why Roger Goodell seems to have it in for Browns owner Jimmy Haslam. The Audio: http://www.hughhewitt.com/wp-content/uploads/03-27hhs-todd.mp3 The Transcript: HH: The...Show More Summary
Roger Goodell gets it right by not suspending Hernandez. It's not like he has been convicted beyond a reasonable doubt of killing someone. We're required to remind you that these strong takes are SATIRE. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. Show More Summary
Mike Florio responds to Roger Goodell’s statement regarding the ongoing Greg Hardy investigation, wondering if the NFL will use the old or recently-updated conduct policy while reviewing Hardy’s case.
A long-time sticking point for Washington, House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) sent a letter late Wednesday to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell saying that the committee is reviewing the tax-exempt status...Show More Summary
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged the obvious on Wednesday when he said at the league meeting that multiple teams had dealings before the start of free agency that may have violated the letter of the law. “We want to make sure no teams are gaining an advantage as it relates to free agency and the…
(For all Inside Slant posts, follow this link.) PHOENIX -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell concluded the annual owners meetings Wednesday with a 20-minute news conference. He answered questions about most of the micro-issues facing the...Show More Summary
Roger Goodell spoke to the NFL media again on Wednesday, and talked about the status of Greg Hardy and Adrian Peterson, among other things. The annual league meetings wrapped up in Arizona on Wednesday, and while there's a lot to talk...Show More Summary
The Green Bay Packers are fully aware that free-agent defensive tackle Letroy Guion still could be subject to discipline from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell under the league's personal conduct policy, but that won't stop them from re-signing...Show More Summary
PHOENIX -- Continuing to empty the notebook from my conversation this week with Houston Texans owner Bob McNair... When NFL commissioner Roger Goodell opened this year's league meetings, he focused on character and integrity being important to the league. Show More Summary
PHOENIX -- The NFL wrapped up its owners’ meetings Wednesday morning, flipping the league’s calendar to the annual build-up for its draft. This year, that means Chicago is about to command the spotlight.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke of many things in his press conference wrapping up the league meetings in Phoenix. They were all taken seriously. Efforts are being made to do many of them right. And nothing is settled. Goodell offered no resolution for the many issues on his plate at the moment, with no announcements…
There is an easy solution for Roger Goodell to resolve the dueling tampering charges the Patriots and Jets have filed against each other.
So Peter King landed an interview with Roger Goodell (I know… I'm as shocked by his journalistic coup as you are) and the commissioner took the opportunity to spew out a bunch of boilerplate Roger Goodell nonsense: blanket declarations...Show More Summary
Jameis Winston doesn't plan to attend the NFL Draft, despite being the likely first overall pick. Commissioner Roger Goodell said he's "not concerned" about Winston's plans.
Above: Roger Goodell The NFL is so horrible. This multi-gazillion dollar organization decided to hold a veterans’ NFL combine for those players trying to hold on to their dreams of making it in the league. But being the NFL, of course it not only made players pay their own travel costs to attend, but also […]
The NFL’s owners will vote this week on whether to change the rules of overtime so that each team is guaranteed a possession. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hopes the owners vote it down. Goodell told Peter King of TheMMQB.com that he likes the current format in which a team can win on the opening possession…
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell may have had a forgettable 2014 season, but he maintains the full faith of the 32 owners and in his line of work, that's all that matters.
As the retirement of 24-year-old San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland over concussion fears signaled a step toward players making long-term health a priority over short-term football fame, raising concerns about the sport's future,...Show More Summary