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Roger Goodell visited Minneapolis to talk to business leaders Monday, but he attended the Vikings game and talked about the team’s progress with the new stadium that was approved for financing in May.

Roger Goodell Re-Issues Player Punishments

Just when it was thought that maybe just maybe NFL commissioner Roger Goodell would walk away from the field of battle in regards to Bounty Gate, he jumps up and thumps his chest again. Please Click Here To Read This Story

Roger Goodell re-issues penalties for bounty-gate

The NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, re-issued penalties Tuesday for the four players disciplined in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal. This is the latest round of a tug of war between the NFL and the four players. The latest punishment by Goodell is slightly altered from his previous decision. Vilma, who would have been able to return from the physically unable to perform...

Commissioner Goodell re-issues bounty discipline

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has handed down new discipline to four players in connection with the NFL's bounty investigation of the Saints. There are no changes to the full-season suspension for New Orleans' linebacker Jon Vilma or the four-game suspension for Saints defensive end Will Smith. The suspension of free agent defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove was reduced...

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Picked up right off the Curb, Parties in the 'Battle Wagon'

The 'Battle Wagon' (above) is by the site's own description, "the ultimate tailgating vehicle." The interior is set up like a den, with paneled walls and astroturf on the floor. There is a...Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Browns linebacker criticizes commissioner Goodell

Browns linebacker Scott Fujita has criticized NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for the way he has handled his suspension in the New Orleans Saints' bounty case. Fujita had his three-game suspension reduced to one on Tuesday by Goodell, who sent the veteran a letter. Fujita says he's pleased Goodell acknowledged he never participated in the pay-for-hits program, but did not...

Goodell issues letters to players

Roger Goodell issues letters to players

Browns' Fujita says Goodell abused power

Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita accused commissioner Roger Goodell of abusing his power in his handling of the New Orleans Saints' bounty case, and also slammed the league's recent record on player safety. Fujita had his three-game suspension reduced to one on Tuesday by Goodell. In a statement Wednesday, Fujita expressed anger with a letter he received from Goodell...

Scott Fujita believes that Roger Goodell is abusing his power

Tweet Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita was one of the four players initially suspended by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for Fujuta’s alleged involvement in the Saints Bounty scandal. After an appeals panel overturned the suspensions, Goodell issued new penalties earlier this week. Fujita’s suspension was reduced from four games to just one, but Fujita is [...]

NER: Eat your vegetables

On the latest NER ... Marcas discusses his bizarre love for asparagus; does Roger Goodell have too much power?; the joys of the Infield Fly Rule; and what makes someone undateable. Click here to listen to the show.

Goodell Should Not Have Let Suspended Saints Staff Attend Sunday Night’s Game

In an earlier post, Darren mentioned that the commissioner deserved some applause for allowing Sean Payton and company to take in the Saints game from a suite in the Superdome last night. Mark this down as the first time Darren and I disagree. However, I’m sure there will be many more instances going forward. Commissioner Roger Goodell should not have made any exceptions for last...

Just when it was thought that maybe just maybe NFL commissioner Roger Goodell would walk away from the field of battle in regards to Bounty Gate, he jumps up and thumps his chest again. On Tuesday, the league’s website announced that Goodell re-issued the suspensions for the players that his office deems should be held accountable for the whole affair. In some sort of weird olive...

Pardon for Payton

Pardon me, but I feel the need to call “bullsh*t” on something.  It is NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s one game “pardon” of New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton, Assistant Coach Joe Vitt, and General Manager Mickey Loomis, to witness Drew … Continue reading →
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