Found March 26, 2013 on Gamedayr:
PLAYERS: Roger Goodell
Roger Goodell seems like a really serious guy, but he punk'ed the NFL's owners by spoofing the Super Bowl blackout during league meetings.

Roger Goodell reportedly spoofed Super Bowl blackout during owners meeting

Maybe NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell isn't such a stiff after all.Last week, Goodell pulled a prank on league owners during his opening remarks at the annual meetings by spoofing a power outage reminiscent of the one that occurred during the Super Bowl.From Sports Business Daily:Commissioner Roger Goodell gave his opening remarks to owners last week on a stage designed to look...

Everyone’s Got a Shot: Making the Biggest NFL Game in the Land Even Bigger

Roger Goodell and the NFL want an 18-game regular season. The players, understandably, do not. So let’s fantasize a little bit, shall we? Adding one game to the playoffs, which all teams do not gain entry to, in exchange for an extra bye week and two less preseason games plus an extra 1% of the now-increased pot would be a hard deal to turn down (if the owners could ever get over...

The NFL wants to exploit Manti Te’o for entertainment value

We all remember seeing the clips of Brady Quinn and Aaron Rodgers sitting in the green room during the NFL Draft, just waiting for their names to be called. But they just sat there for hours as the picks came in, and others were selected ahead of them. It became so bad for Quinn, that Roger Goodell actually invited him and his family to a private suite so that he didn’t have the...
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