Found April 25, 2012 on Tauntr:
PLAYERS: Roger Goodell

NEW YORK—While preparing for tomorrow’s draft, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell noticed he only had enough envelopes to get through the first several dozen players and thus went around the NFL front offices in hopes of finding a co-worker he could borrow some from so that he didn’t have to purchase an entirely new box.

“Hey Tim-Bo,” said Goodell as he knocked and opened the door to Assistant Communication Director Tim Boswell’s office, “You don’t happen to have a few extra envelopes kicking around do you? You know, the big ones, with the NFL logo on them.”

After a few brief moments of looking, Boswell informed Goodell that he didn’t have any of the envelopes he was looking for.

“Damn,” said Goodell. “I’d hate to buy a new box when I just need a couple. They’re so damn expensive then they just going to sit there until next year, and that’s if I don’t lose them in the meantime. Think I can reuse some old ones?”

Boswell was unsure whether or not you could reuse old draft envelopes.

“I think I’ll just reuse old ones, I vaguely remember Tagliabue saying you could do that if you use white out or something. You know how that works?"

Boswell was also unsure as to the rules of reusing old draft envelopes.

Goodell then whined, "I just really don’t want a buy a new box, you know?”


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