Viewership for "Sunday Night Football" was down again last night. Will NFL commissioner Roger Goodell be forced to do something?
More than 14 months after he arrived as the NFL’s first COO since Roger Goodell was promoted from that role into a slightly bigger job, Tod Leiweke is ready to make a major impact. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Leiweke will unveil a new strategic plan for the league office during a Tuesday…
Former New Orleans Saints wide receiver Joe Horn has long been critical of Roger Goodell, and he took another shot at the NFL commissioner when asked about the league's crackdown on celebrations. According to Jonathan Jones of Sports...Show More Summary
Roger Goodell took football away from Tom Brady, but he couldn’t separate him from Jim Gray.
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Former NFL player Joe Horn has never hidden his animosity toward NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, and now Horn is drawing an interesting parallel between Goodell and an infamous authoritarian leader. “Roger Goodell is like the Vladimir f–kin Putin of the NFL,” Horn told SI.com. “You quote me on that shit. Roger Goodell is the Vladimir…
Former New Orleans Saints wide receiver Joe Horn, who famously celebrated a touchdown by planting a phone inside of a goal post and pretended to take a call, had some harsh words for the Roger Goodell. Horn was fined $30,000 by the league for his cell phone celebration. Speaking with Jonathan Jones of SI.com recently, Joe Horn had […]
He’s a dictator. He does what he wants.
The Patriots are showing Roger Goodell why he should never take sides against the family.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell isn’t ready to pull the plug on Oakland, and now of the game’s greatest stars is part of a group trying to keep the Raiders there. According to David Debolt of the Bay Area News Group, the group of investors offering to purchase the decrepit Coliseum includes Hall of Famer Ronnie…
With the public wising up to the con of taxpayer-financed stadiums, the group invested in moving the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas is doing all it can to remove the public from the process. And Roger Goodell and the NFL are loving it. Read more...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the ongoing protests by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players Sunday. Ben Goessling of ESPN.com noted Goodell hasn't reached out to Kaepernick, but he "praised...Show More Summary
In the immediate aftermath of Colin Kaepernick’s first protest of the national anthem, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he believed in the right to free speech, but also wanted to make sure everyone knew he was a genuine star-spangled patriot (if not a Patriot). But in discussing the continued displays over the weeks since, Goodell said he…
Roger Goodell is not yet sold on the Raiders' potential move from Oakland to Las Vegas. Speaking from the Vikings' new stadium in Minneapolis on Sunday night, the NFL commissioner said a lot has to happen before any possible relocation. Show More Summary
Last week, the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee voted to recommend that $750 million in public money — taken from an increased tax on Las Vegas hotel rooms — be allocated for a new football stadium in the city, specifically one that would accommodate the Oakland Raiders in a couple of years. It was only […]
As talk heats up that the Raiders will leave Oakland and move to Las Vegas, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is sounding a more cautious note. Sunday night in Minnesota, Goodell said the Vikings are the franchise he’d like to see other teams with difficult stadium situations to model. The Vikings worked with the local community…
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has praise for the protests that have rocked the NFL. Speaking before the Minnesota Vikings’ first regular-season game at their new stadium against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night, Goodell told a group of reporters the movement from “protests to progress” is a positive sign. “As I’ve said before, I [...]
Commissioner Roger Goodell says there is "still a lot of work to be done" before the NFL considers Las Vegas as a possible destination for a franchise.
NFL commissioner supports players using voice to affect change in communities.
The age-old practice of playing catch with dad takes on a different meaning when you're John Brady, the son of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. SEE ALSO: Lifelike Tom Brady mask is straight out of Roger Goodell's fever dreams The senior Brady is currently suspended from professional football and not allowed to visit team facilities. Show More Summary