Even if the Patriots were not set to face the Seahawks in the Super Bowl, it would only have been a matter of time before opinionated Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman weighed in on DeflateGate. As it turned out, Sherman shared his thoughts with reporters on Sunday, and as usual, he was unafraid to take some […]
Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks is the latest person to offer up their opinion on the whole Deflatgate situation with the New England Patriots. This week, he said that the situation won’t have any effect on Super Bowl XLIX, but...Show More Summary
WalkingquotemachineandflamethrowerRichardShermanoftheSeattleSeahawksdeliveredthefirstbarbofSuperBowlweekwithhisthoughtsonDeflateGate.AskedifanythingwouldhappentothePatriots,Shermanresponded:“Probablynot.NotaslongasRobertKraftandRogeShow More Summary
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has always been one to say what he thinks. Shortly after the Seahawks landed in Arizona on Sunday for Super Bowl XLIX, Sherman held his first media session of the week. Of course, Sherman was asked about the New England Patriots' involvement in Deflategate. Show More Summary
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman on Sunday alleged that the New England Patriots won't get punished much for "Deflategate" because of the close relationship between NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
Deflate-gate -- or anything like Deflate-gate -- would NEVER happen in the NBA... because Adam Silver doesn't SUCK like Roger Goodell... so says ex-NBA coach Mark Jackson. The former Golden State Warriors head coach strongly believes the issues in…
Note to media members covering the Super Bowl: Do not, for the love of Roger Goodell, post a picture of your credential on social media. That's exactly what one Arizona man did for what was supposed to be his first Super Bowl ever, according to KTVK-3TV. Show More Summary
A Colorado man currently in the state's penal system has filed a lawsuit for more than $88 billion against the NFL, commissioner Roger Goodell, vice president of officiating Dean Blandino and official Gene Steratore in regards to the...Show More Summary
PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel criticized the New England Patriots' approach on Friday and did not just reserve his scorn for the AFC champions. Keisel also took aim at NFL commissioner Roger Goodell inShow More Summary
If there’s one good thing to come from the New England Patriots’ deflated footballs scandal, it’s that it might just be enough to bring NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s disastrous reign to an end. RELATED: Why everyone now thinks Brady...Show More Summary
The SpyGate scandal of 2007 ruined any relationship Roger Goodell might have had with Bill Belichick.
Last year, the NFL tabled discussions about expanding the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams with designs on revisiting the question this year. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said at the time that he believed that the expanded field would be approved in 2015, but a prominent league figure shared a different view on Wednesday.…
Suddenly, 2015 isn’t looking all that much rosier for Roger Goodell than 2014. A domestic violence scandal that began the season may be mostly behind him, but now he must quickly confront an on-the-field story that involves the season’s end, with America’s biggest game coming on Feb. 1. That’s because one of the teams may […]
The 45-7 beating the New England Patriots laid on the Indianapolis Colts this past Sunday prompted the NFL to do something it's never done before. In a rare, impromptu, behind-closed-doors meeting, NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, met with other league officials and unanimously voted to allow the Patriots to take the 2015 season off. Show More Summary
As NFL fans prepared to watch a pair of high stakes conference championship games on Sunday, banners flown above CenturyLink Field in Seattle and Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., will have a message for the league's commission...
The tendency to rush to judgment in the media, based more on suppositions than facts, is now unfortunately common not only on the Internet and in the blogosphere but in the mainstream media. Here's a recent example: In July 2014, NFL...Show More Summary
Goodell called up the Cowboys owner to get clarification on comments he made last week suggesting the Rams don't need permission to relocate. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones got into a bit of hot water last week when he suggested that the St. Show More Summary
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell may have thought he put the league’s mishandling of the Ray Rice domestic assault case behind him when Robert Mueller released his independent report earlier this month, but some aren’t so ready to forgive and definitely not to forget. Show More Summary