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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged today that there are potential problems between the Rams and St. Louis, but he said he still expects the Rams to become the designated “home” team for an annual game in London. “We’re going to play the London games,” Goodell said. “We hope it will be with the Rams and…
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Asked if a Super Bowl could be played in Philadelphia, Roger Goodell avoided the question. Instead, he said we'll see how New York goes.
As Howard Eskin said, that's probably a no.
The NFL is increasing the number of Thursday night games so more of its teams can play in prime time, commissioner Roger Goodell announced Friday during his state of the league address.
INDIANAPOLIS- Commissioner Roger Goodell says if the NFL puts a team in Los Angeles, it is probable the league would expand to 34 franchises.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Commissioner Roger Goodell says if the NFL puts a team in Los Angeles, it is probable the league would expand to 34 franchises.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ Commissioner Roger Goodell says if the NFL puts a team in Los Angeles, it is probable the league would expand to 34 franchises.
INDIANAPOLIS - Sorry, Los Angeles. The only NFL expansion happening any time soon is to next season's schedule of Thursday night games. During his annual Super Bowl news conference, Commissioner Roger Goodell said...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell just wrapped up his yearly news conference from the Super Bowl XLVI media center, and there were some nuggets that may interest some of you guys — to go with a bunch of national news.
– Goodell was asked a question by a reporter from OCNN, which is WR Chad Ochocinco’s news network. This caught him off-guard, because it’s usually Chad asking...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Commissioner Roger Goodell says the NFL will continue its work toward preventing concussions and other injuries, saying what's been done so far is only a starting point.Goodell said at his state of the NFL news conference Friday that the league has done "a great deal" to make ...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell revealed today that the number of regular-season games televised by NFL Network is about to increase. Goodell said the NFL Network will expand to 13 Thursday night games for the 2012 season. He also said all 32 NFL teams will be guaranteed at least one prime time game over the course…
Armed with labor peace for the next 10 years, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell discussed a number of topics Friday in his annual state of the league address.
During his “State of the League” address at Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis this morning, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that the the number of Thursday Night NFL telecasts on the NFL Network will expand from eight to thirteen games beginning this fall. Thursday Night Football will air running from week 2 through week 15.
Commissioner Roger Goodell isn't bothered by all the talk about Colts quarterback Peyton Manning during Super Bowl week.
In the type of comment that really has to warm the cockles of Roger Goodell's cold, dead heart, the NFL must have been PSYSCHED to see this quote from Tom Brady about what how he watched the Super Bowl last year:
"Last year, I was rehabbing my foot in Costa Rica watching the game on an illegal Super Bowl website and now I'm actually playing in the game, so it's...