A Christmas Carol, in Prose, Being a Ghost Story About Football Chapter 1 Deputy NFL Affairs Clerk Bob Cratchit scurried from his drafty basement office into a service elevator, blowing into his cupped palms to ward off the cold as he rose to the executive penthouse of Ebenezer Goodell. Show More Summary
A KSK Khristmas Klassic.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell informed the 32 teams Tuesday that the league will not be accepting relocation applications for teams interested in moving to Los Angeles in 2015.
Since the Rams and Raiders left town almost 20 years ago this Christmas, Los Angeles has been desperately trying to put together a strategy to bring an NFL franchise (or wo or three) back to one of the largest media markets in the country. And...Show More Summary
Relax, fantasy owners. It is the Sunday of Week 16. The holiday rush sure took a large bite out of fantasy-prep time. Guess what? Roger Goodell and that pesky NFL offered no favors, either, as three games are already in the books this...Show More Summary
Potato, potahto. Tomato, tomahto. Los Angeles. Los Angeleez. Despite the words used, the NFL won’t be returning to L.A. in 2015. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported on Saturday that Commissioner Roger Goodell informed the three contenders to relocate — the Rams, Raiders, and Chargers — that no team will move to Los Angeles next year. …
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said there will not be an NFL franchise in Los Angeles next season, according to an ESPN report. Citing unnamed league sources, ESPN reported that Goodell said neither the San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders nor St. Louis Rams will be able to move to L.A. in 2015. The Chargers announced on […]
ESPNisreportingthatLAwillhavetowaituntil2016 atthelatestforanNFLteamtocomebacktothecity.RogerGoodellhasmadeitclearthatnoteamwillberelocating tothecityin2015.FromESPN:Asiftherewereanyquestions,NFLcommissionerRogerGoodellputanendtothemthisweekwhenhetoldtheSanDiegoChargers,OaklandRaidersandSt.
Roger Goodell has reportedly told the Chargers, Raiders and Rams that none of them will be moving to Los Angeles for next season. What do they do now? Roger Goodell has informed the San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders and St. Louis Rams that no team will move to Los Angeles for the 2015 season, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Show More Summary
ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reports that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell put an end to speculation that a team would relocate to Los Angeles in 2015 when he told the San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders and St. Louis Rams -- each of...Show More Summary
The NFL may very well return to Los Angeles in the near future, but it reportedly won't be happening in 2015. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has informed the potential relocation candidates that noShow More Summary
Who's Luke Thomas pissed off at this time? Roger Goodell and Yankee fans are just a few of the people that Luke goes off on this week. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube
It's not just the NFLPA, players and fans who find Roger Goodell's punishment strategy haphazard and capricious. President Barack Obama echoed similar sentiments on Friday.
It was a clear penalty flag from the President of the United States, who on Friday whistled NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for his handling of the Ray Rice situation. Rice was o riginally suspended for two games after a video surfaced...Show More Summary
The NFL Friday news dump is up and running. Suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's appeal was denied and he will not play this season. Appointed arbitrator Harold Henderson (appointed by Roger Goodell, that is) found...Show More Summary
This week, Cam Newton miraculously survived a car accident and a bunch of cowardly NFL executives were too afraid to eat pizza before Roger Goodell.
Roger Goodell isn't the only one who fumbles in front of the press.
The NFL has fired back at ESPN and Don Van Natta Jr., who this week published quotes from what is reportedly an internal NFL email that all but confirms what everyone already assumed: that the NFL was lying when Roger Goodell assured owners that his office had done everything in its power to obtain the second Ray Rice tape. Show More Summary
Early in December, ESPN's Outside the Lines released an investigative report claiming that Roger Goodell and the NFL failed to do their due diligence in investigating the Ray Rice domestic violence incident, resulting in the inconsistencies that ultimately led a judge to overturn the embattled running back's suspension. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama just went after Roger Goodell -- saying the NFL Commish is "winging it" when it comes to the league's disciplinary action on domestic violence. Obama called in to ESPN's "The Herd" and talked to Colin Cowherd about the…