Few Americans agree with ESPN's Keith Olbermann and the National Organization for Women that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should resign. An NBC/Marist poll found that just 29 percent of Americans surveyed believe the commissioner should leave his post because of the alleged criminal behavior of several high-profile players. Show More Summary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has come under fire for the last two weeks, from his initial bungling of the Ray Rice case to his disappearing act at a time when the league needs leadership. But he’s now got more than a few influential owners in his corner. “I think he’s doing a great job,” Jets…
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been under an enormous amount of scrutiny, but there’s still one man who stands behind him, Michael Vick. The former NFL star and dog fighting aficionado said that Goodell is “doing a great job” dealing with the Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice scandals. Show More Summary
While they pinball between panic and crisis, Roger Goodell, NFL owners and other league suits find comfort in the fact that there are lines even their most ardent critics won’t cross.
Roger Goodell and I sat down for a 30-minute interview in his corner office at 345 Park Ave. … last January, to talk about the upcoming New York Super Bowl.
Where in the world is Roger Goodell? As the NFL continues to stumble and bungle its way through a domestic abuse crisis — the latest installment of which includes a player allegedly head-butting his wife for turning down sex, then throwing...Show More Summary
The woman who received X-rated text messages from then-Jets quarterback Brett Favre slammed NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Thursday for failing to rein in bad behavior until it hurts the bottom line.
Michael Vick knows a thing or two about running afoul of the law, and getting punished by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. So what does the Jets quarterback think of the fact that Goodell is getting widely criticized for his recent handling of some high-profile incidents of player misconduct? “I think he’s doing a great job,” Vick told reporters […]
Michael Vick thinks Roger Goodell is 'doing a great job.'
Roger Goodell’s wife Jane Skinner stepped away from the television spotlight in 2010 to focus on her family, but in light of Goodell and the NFL’s troubles related to domestic abuse her past advocacy for women and families is coming back to light. Show More Summary
Roger Goodell might be under siege for his handling of the Ray Rice situation and his disappearing act in the wake of the Adrian Peterson mess, but Mike Vick still believes that the NFL commissioner should be given the benefit of the doubt.
Amid the NFL's ongoing domestic violence crisis — which lately has overshadowed the NFL's massive concussion crisis — Time magazine released a powerful cover on Thursday See also: Stay or Go, Legacy of NFL's Roger Goodell Is AlreadyShow More Summary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has not been in the public eye recently. When will Goodell come out and speak on the various issues recently occurring in the NFL? Are team owners and executives becoming frustrated with Roger Goodell ? Watch...Show More Summary
The NFL has is now getting "tough" on abusive players. But the trouble in the league start at the very top
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Any whiff of scandal from any American institution and you can bet CNN and The Washington Post will demand accountability, an investigation and full transparency. The ongoing NFL, for example. In-between calling for his head, both the Post and CNN are demanding full transparency from commissioner Roger Goodell. Show More Summary
Ray Rice’s wife, Janay Rice, is accusing NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the rest of the league of attempting to intervene in their marriage and claims the indefinite suspension of Rice from the Baltimore Raven is a hardship on their family. Show More Summary
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with some black men in which they give their opinions on Ray and Janay Rice, Roger Goodell and The NFL. The post What do black men think about Ray and Janay Rice, Roger Goodell and The NFL? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
-Mistress launches “Music Made Me Do It” for Sol Republic (video above). -PespsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi shows support for Roger Goodell. -Droga5 hires Niklas Lindstrom as head of interactive production. -How Jack Daniel’s personalizes its...Show More Summary
It seems pretty obvious at this point that the NFL isn’t getting its $44 million a year worth on Roger Goodell. (Incidentally, the idea that “he’s made the owners lots of money” seems bizarre to me. Compared to what? How hard is it for an extremely popular, lavishly taxpayer funded league perfectly set up for […]