NFL commissioner Roger Goodell donated to the scholarship fund for the children of a soldier killed in Niger. (AP) Roger Goodell and his wife Jane Skinner Goodell were among the notable names to give to a scholarship fund set up for the children of an American soldier killed in Niger this month. Show More Summary
The mediocre disguised as political correctness and so-called "social justice" platform keeps making headway against common sense and a true valuation of the moral and just.
‘Kneel Gate’ is still exploding in the NFL. Especially after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell decided that they would not force players to stand during the National Anthem. That’s doubling down
As President Donald Trump continues his Twitter attacks on the NFL and its players, doing so as recently as Wednesday evening, commissioner Roger Goodell and team owners have been largely quiet. This week’s meetings in New York, particularly...Show More Summary
Yesterday Roger Goodell, commissioner for the NFL, announced that the NFL was not going to require its players to stand during the National Anthem. This came after a meeting between 11 team owners and over a dozen players on Tuesday, as they attempted to come to a concession about the state of the #takeaknee issue.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has made over $212 million in salary since 2006. Goodell is the highest paid person in the NFL. And he’s destroying the league. A-Rod and Kobe are the only major-sport athletes in North America to earn more than Goodell since 2006. Show More Summary
MONTAGE: AS NFL RATINGS PLUMMET, ROGER GOODELL DEVELOPS ODD VERBAL TIC. “Now look, Colonel… Bat Guano, if that really is your name, may I tell you that I have a very, very good idea, I think, I hope, I pray, what the recall code is. It’s some sort of recurrent theme he kept repeating. It’s […]
Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL are currently in the process of trying to convince players to stand for the National Anthem, something every single player hasn’t done since probably the end of the 2015 season. Michael Bennett believes one key component to get players to stand for the Anthem is to get Colin Kaepernick […]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell continues to walk a fine line on players kneeling during the national anthem, saying on Wednesday he and team owners believe “everyone should stand” for it, but that the league is not adopting an ironclad rule on the issue.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made a statement to the media saying, "we believe everyone should stand for the national anthem."
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that players should stand during the national anthem, but also noted that the issue is more complicated and that the league is also open to dialogue. “We want to make sure that we’re understanding what the players are talking about, that’s complex,” he said. … Click to Continue »
Roger Goodell, NFL owners, and players met for two days in New York to discuss how to get from protest to progress.
The NFL‘s position after commissioner Roger Goodell‘s news conference Wednesday was clear: The league wants its players to stand for the national anthem. However, it appears there will be no rule passed to force that issue. Goodell had...Show More Summary
He said players are “not doing this to be disrespectful to the flag, but they understand how it’s being interpreted."
The NFL Commissioner reiterated his stance that everyone should stand for the national anthem.
The NYPD is quarterbacking the National Football League’s future community outreach plans, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said.
In a press conference following the end of owners meetings in New York on Wednesday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell reiterated the league’s position that they want all players to stand during the national anthem but that they won’t be making any rules changes to mandate it. Almost all of the questions Goodell fielded during his [more]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said after meeting with team owners today that the league wants players to stand for the national anthem but has not passed a rule that would force them to stand. “We believe that our players should stand for the national anthem,” Goodell said. “We want our players to stand, we’re going [more]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell held a news conference today to discuss the ongoing controversy about player protests and, ostensibly, to respond to President Donald Trump’s latest angry tweet about them. But amid a number of repeated...Show More Summary
The NFL’s National Anthem protests have caused what some believe to be irreparable damage to the league. Rather than side with Americans who love the good ol’ US of A, Goodell has sided with a large group of NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem. Show More Summary