Found February 03, 2012 on The Rap Sheet:
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 the questions. Goodell says, “Where’s Chad?” Of course, he’s busy. – While several of you have bought tickets, there are still snags in the Patriots-Rams London game, especially with the city of St. Louis throwing a fit (understandably). It was already announced. Goodell said, “We’re going to play the London games. We hope it will be with the Rams and the New England Patriots next year. Added, “There are issues that are going to have to get resolved.” – Finally, NFL Network has expanded its schedule to have 13 games, beginning in Week 2. This will put every team on prime-time. That could affect the Patriots. Now, e

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