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Joe Horn: Rookies are 'hugging the devil' by embracing Roger Goodell

Joe Horn has no problem sounding off on Roger Goodell, just like many other players and former players. Apparently, he may cringe just a bit every time that he sees a rookie draft pick go up to hug the current NFL commissioner. It started with a report by Larry Holder of, which comes from an interview with Horn was asked what he thought about the state...
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Former NFL wide receiver Joe Horn sounds off against Roger Goodell

Don’t count NFL commissioner Roger Goodell among the guests at Joe Horn‘s next Christmas party. The former NFL wide receiver, who played in the league from 1996-2007 for the Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints, and Atlanta Falcons, was asked his thoughts on the current state of the NFL. Suffice to say, he didn’t hold anything back. “Here’s what I don’t like. I don’t...
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Joe Horn: Roger Goodell is the devil

Former NFL receiver Joe Horn is no fan of Roger Goodell, which isn’t too surprising given that that seems to be the popular public sentiment. But Horn had harsher words for the league commissioner than most. In an interview with The Football Girl, Horn spoke negatively about Goodell and called him “the devil.” “I don’t...Read More
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Former NFL wideout Joe Horn calls Roger Goodell 'the devil'

There is no doubt NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell isn’t viewed in a favorable light by most in the public these days, but Joe Horn took the criticism to a new level in a recent interview. Horn, a former NFL receiver and four-time Pro Bowler, held nothing back when asked about Goodell (via “I don’t like what Roger Goodell is doing. He has so much power...
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Ray McDonald, Frank Clark and the Abysmal Failure of Roger Goodell

In light of Chicago Bears defensive end Ray McDonald’s latest arrest, it is crystal clear NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has failed to “protect the shield.” Repeatedly. Not only has he failed to protect the NFL, but he has failed all of its fans, despite his promise to “do better,” after the Ray Rice elevator video surfaced last year. “At times, however, and despite...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Couple Vow No Honeymoon Until Tom Brady's Suspension Lifted (good luck with that)

New England Patriots fans are not very happy with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for suspending their quarterback for four games. So in typical American fashion they did the most logical thing to express their displeasure--they had a protest. Just like the rest this one was pretty much meaningless and will get nothing accomplished.They kind of forgot to get people to come (only about...
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Report: Goodell will not recuse himself from Brady appeal

Roger Goodell wants to be the judge, jury and executioner in Tom Brady’s suspension appeal. The NFL rejected the NFL Players Association’s request that Goodell recuse himself as arbitrator in Brady’s appeal, CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reported Friday. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said Friday on ESPN that the union would “increase the volume” of their request...
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NFLPA exec: Wells Report delivered what the NFL wanted

Roger Goodell has had time to review the NFL Players Association’s request he recuse himself from being arbitrator in Tom Brady’s appeal. The NFL commissioner hasn’t responded yet, however, according to NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith. Smith said on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” on Friday the NFLPA will “increase the volume” of their request if the NFL doesn’t...
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Brady Appeal: Holding Goodell to the Personal Conduct Policy

The NFL and its players are supposedly bound by the terms of the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement (the CBA) in all that they do...except apparently when the league screws up a domestic violence punishment with one of its players so historically bad that they rewrite the rules as they go amidst public scrutiny.  The league blundered badly, and the result was a player's rights...
Via Football By Football
5 days ago  |  Discuss

NFLPA requested Goodell recuse himself from Brady appeal

In an expected move, the NFLPA, has formally requested NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell recuse himself from hearing and ruling upon New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s appeal of a four-game suspension handed down as a result of the league’s investigation into illegally deflated Patriots footballs. Brady’s punishment was handed down, not by Goodell, but by NFL executive...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

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