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If and when Jonathan Vilma meets with Roger Goodell, the Saints linebacker should ask the commissioner a simple question:
What is more dangerous, a symbolic, thousand-dollar bounty system or the Baltimore Ravens opening the season playing four NFL games in 17 days?
The elimination of bounties will not stop one NFL defensive player from curb-stomping an opposing player if given the opportunity. Goodell's New Orleans witch hunt won't make the game safer. Would the elimination of Thursday night football enhance safety? I suspect one day a smart lawyer will argue that it would.
But that day isn't here just yet, so Thursday night the Bears and the Packers kicked off the NFL's season-long money grab. Year 7 of Thursday night football will stretch across the entire NFL reason rather than just the second half.
The Ravens opened the 2012 season on "Monday Night Football" and will play their fourth game on Thursday, Sept. 27, completing as grueling a stretch of t...
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New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma spent Monday afternoon having a ''very frank, very truthful'' meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about his suspension that was temporarily lifted.
Vilma was one of four players suspended by Goodell in the bounty scandal. But an appeals panel earlier this month said Goodell must clarify his rulings to ensure no...
Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma will meet with commissioner Roger Goodell separate from the other three players who were suspended in the bounty case. Vilma is scheduled to meet with Goodell on Monday while Saints defensive end Will Smith, Browns linebacker Scott Fujita and free agent defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove remain on Goodell's schedule for a Tuesday meeting. ...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to meet with the players whose bounty suspensions were temporarily lifted ''as soon as possible.''
Appearing at a hearing on Capitol Hill, Goodell noted Wednesday that the league ''offered several times to have them come in as part of the hearing process, the CBA process, and I hope that they'll do that soon.'...
According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell plans on meeting with the four players that recently had their bounty suspensions overturned by the NFLPA.
The four players once suspended and since temporarily reinstated as part of the New Orleans Saints bounty case will meet with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the league said Tuesday.
“We have agreed...
All that it took was being banned from a bbq spot and a judicial defeat for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to become more player friendly.
Goodell spoke out on Wednesday in support of Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo.
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The four players who were suspended for their alleged role in the New Orleans Saints bounty program are scheduled to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, CBSSports.com reported on Wednesday. The four players - Jonathan Vilma, Anthony Hargrove, Will Smith and Scott Fujita - had their suspensions overturned on Friday by an appeals panel, allowing them to play for...
New Orleans Saints (0-1) at Carolina Panthers (0-1)
I thought the Saints would be alright even after the offseason they just had. Their defensive losses weren’t huge (Will Smith was even reinstated for the opener and Jonathan Vilma is incredibly overrated) and the loss of the coaches would mostly effect the offense, where Drew Brees would function well as a stabilizing force. They...
Of course you want to see Raiders fans fighting each other during Monday’s game against the Chargers. We’re not talking just a small fracas. This is the fight where a woman didn’t want cops putting handcuffs on her. The one where a guy wearing a Howie Long jersey is brawling with another Raiders fan. And all of this is in the front row of the lower level.
It sure looks like...
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Rutgers Scarlet Knights at South Florida Bulls
Brendan’s Pick: You have to feel for the Big East here. They spent a decade carving out a claim to Thursday Night Football and then Roger Goodell swooped in and put a Thursday game on the NFL Network every week of the 2012 season. I can already see 20 million American scrolling through their Comcast guide tonight...