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Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank wants a new stadium for his team. Badly. Looking to build a stadium in the neighborhood of $1 billion, Blank is ready to leave the Georgia Dome in the past. However, there is just a little problem.
The Atlanta community is reportedly not behind this new stadium. Something that left Blank even bringing in commissioner Roger Goodell to help convince city officials of the need for a new place to play. With even that failing to work, Blank has officially gone to desperate measures. Los Angeles.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is warning city council members about business interests in Los Angeles who want to move the Falcons to the west coast.
Team owner Arthur Blank shared that information with top city and state officials in their discussions about financing a new stadium in downtown Atlanta. Two council members who met with Mayor Kasim Reed told FOX 5′s Morse Diggs about private discussions the mayor hosted at City Hall.
Reed called in ...
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According to a new poll of NFL players, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has an incredibly low but not unsurprising approval rating.
Roger Goodell took time out of his busy pre-Super Bowl schedule to hold an AMA, or ask me anything, on Reddit Monday afternoon.
The commish avoided questions like “If Jonathan Vilma and a dog were trapped in a car on fire and you could only save one of them, what would you name the dog?” from Reddit user vitey15, but he did tackle some controversial issues.
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Jim Racalto In a recent poll conducted by USA Today, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell netted a dismal 39% approval rating from the players, whereas 61% disapproved of the job he has done. This comes as no surprise to me, as I have always been an outspoken critic of Goodell’s hypocritical agendas under the flag of “player safety.” But my opinion doesn’t matter, so I am...
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Falcons owner Arthur Blank desires a new, $1 billion stadium in Atlanta and he might be wiilling to use a possible relocation to Los Angeles as leverage.
The future of the Pro Bowl is still in doubt, but maybe not as much as it was even Sunday night.
While NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and many others around the NFL continue to prepare for Sunday’s Super Bowl in New Orleans, the future of the league’s all-star game still hangs in the balance.
With the Super Bowl media frenzy already shifting into overdrive, Goodell took to Reddit...
The past couple of seasons for the NFL haven’t been very good for commissioner Roger Goodell’s image. There was a lockout, a few rule changes that are affecting the game in a negative manner for the fans, as well as countless fines and suspensions handed out. It is apparent that Goodell wants to make the [...]
According to Tim Graham of the Buffalo News, a restaurant in New Orleans called The Jimani refuses to serve NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Goodell’s photo is behind the bar and there’s a message that reads; : “Do not serve this man.”
I’m sure there are numerous other restaurant and bars that wont serve Goodell. Something tells me he’ll be ordering a lot of room service...
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The mayor of Atlanta has warned city councils members about business interests in Los Angeles who want to move the Atlanta Falcons to the west coast.According to Atlanta's Fox 5, team owner Arthur Blank shared the information with top city and state officials in their discussions about financing a new stadium in downtown Atlanta.Mayor Kasim Reed called city councils members...
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