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No Guts, No Glory:
It’s no secret that the NFL has been handing out fines left and right this season. Carolina Panthers safety Mike Mitchell has been hit with five fines this season and let’s just says he’s not happy about it.
Mitchell’s most recent fine was a $7,875 fine for taunting during the fourth quarter of the Panthers’ week 7 win over the Rams. That fine brought his total fine dollars close to a staggering $45,000.
When asked why he’s had to shell out so much money in fines this season, Mitchell blames Roger Goodell. But blaming Goodell wasn’t enough for Mitchell. He takes it a step further and states that all this fine money that the NFL is hitting up players for is going directly into Roger Goodell’s pocket.
“Roger being Roger, I guess,” Mitchell said. “To be honest, I think there is a little bit of a targeting system they have out. I think I’m one of the guys they’d been looking for, but I’m OK with that.”
Mitchell said it was his fifth fine of the year, including the preseason, totaling
BEST OF MAXIM
Carolina Panthers safety Mike Mitchell believes the fines the NFL doles out go right into commissioner Roger Goodell’s pockets (Credit: Hearld Online) Since Roger Goodell has taken over as commissioner of the NFL in 2006, the league has began to focus more on player safety. Hoping to improve players’ safety, in 2010, the league added penalties for targeting a players head and...
Carolina Panthers’ safety Mike Mitchell was fined Monday for taunting after a play that he would later learn ended Rams’ quarterback Sam Bradford’s season. But after giving some very candid opinions about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell he may be on his was to a 6th.
Mitchell says he thinks Goodell has a system where he targets certain certain players.
“Roger being Roger,...
Panthers free safety Mike Mitchell says he's being "targeted" by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after receiving his fifth fine of the season from the league office.
Mitchell was fined $7,875 last week for taunting after he shoved Rams quarterback Sam Bradford out of bounds during a game on Oct. 20. Bradford suffered a season-ending knee injury on the play.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell came to town to teach mothers how to tackle safely.
I am not making this up.
The event, sponsored by the league and the Chicago Bears, was titled ''Football Safety Clinic for Moms.'' The intent, no doubt, was to ease fears about letting their sons play the game. The timing was nothing if not fortuitous.
Last month, studies by researchers...
National Football League 345 Park Ave New York, NY 10016 October 28, 2013The Minnesota Vikings 9520 Viking Dr Eden Prairie, MN 55344Green Bay Packers, Inc 1265 Lombardi Ave Green Bay, WI 54304To Whom It May Concern:During the October 27, 2013 Sunday Night Football game, the league has determined both teams were in violation of Section 27, Article 17 (f) of the 2013 Official Playing...
As the Jaguars and 49ers gear up for the kick-off in London Sunday, the topic of a team playing overseas is once again at the forefront of the NFL discussion. But would the league prefer a franchise in London or a franchise back in Los Angeles?
Speaking at a fan forum for Euro NFLers on Saturday, Goodell said he wants "both" and he doesn't care which one happens...
According to the Washington Post, Redskins owner Daniel Snyder met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday to discuss the Redskins name.
Snyder once again made it clear that he doesn’t plan on changing the name of his team.
According to one person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because neither the league nor the team publicly confirmed the meeting nor discussed...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is really wanting to stake his claim as a revolutionary, leading the NFL into a new world order of the NFL. He has been unabashedly supportive of expansion of the league to London, openly speaking on placing a franchise or even a Super Bowl across the pond. This past week, the league announced that there would be three games played in London next year...
>Daniel Snyder has repeatedly stated that he will not change the name of the Washington Redskins. Roger Goodell has stated that if people are offended by the name, it is something that probably should be discussed. According to a report from the Washington Posts' Mark Maske, a source has said that Synder will meet with NFL commissioner to have such a discussion.Read more →
The long-awaited meeting between the NFL and Oneida Indian Nation will occur on Wednesday. So who will be there, and what will transpire?
According to the NFL, at least two executive Vice Presidents will attend, along with other senior league executives. It’s not yet known whether Commissioner Roger Goodell will be present.
The league’s goal, per the NFL, will be to listen...
The World of NFL is a different one to that of 10 years ago, it will be a totally different one in another 10 years.Commissioner Roger Goodell recently announced that proposals for playoff changes were back on the agenda with the competition commision.So what? It can only be a good move if the NFL are actively seeking to provide extra competition in the postseason.A step forward...
Bottom Line: The Oneida Nation is meeting with the wrong people about the Washington football team.
Name changers have few levers to push to force a change of the Washington Redskins team name. That reality is bound to hit them when representatives of the Oneida Indian Nation meet senior NFL executives today.
That meeting took on added significance when news broke that team...
Team owner Daniel Snyder will reportedly meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell this week regarding Washington's nickname, the Redskins.
The controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins team name has taken on a life of its own. In fact, it has been talked about almost as much as Robert Griffin III’s knee. Almost. Despite the mounting fuel around the name, team […]