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Roger Goodell provides a telling new interview about marijuana usage in the NFL

Roger Goodell isn’t going to let NFL players use marijuana in a recreation manner anytime soon. For medical reasons, maybe. Thus is the biggest takeaway from Goodell’s Friday morning interview on Mike & Mike, where he seemed to change his stance slightly about how the drug is used for medical purposes. In short, he’s open to it being used in a medical way, should those...
Via The Sports Daily
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Roger Goodell weighs in on NFL's evolving marijuana debate

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell continues to move forward the dialogue concerning the league’s evolving stance on marijuana. While Goodell does say the league is open to researching the possibility of allowing players to use marijuana on a medical basis, he made it clear there’s a long way to go before such an eventuality comes to fruition.Goodell made the NFL’s current stance...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
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Roger Goodell says marijuana is 'addictive,' league not considering legalization

Via FOX Sports
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Roger Goodell: Marijuana is addictive and unhealthy

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is willing to explore the possibility of allowing NFL players to use marijuana for medical reasons, but he’s not on board with the idea of taking it off the list of banned substances for recreational use. Goodell said on Mike & Mike that he continues to believe marijuana is bad for…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 hour ago

Roger Goodell eggs on fans after being booed loudly at NFL Draft (VIDEO)

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is used to the boo birds, and they don’t phase him anymore. And now, it seems, he’s not only unfazed by the boos, but welcoming them, apparently. When Goodell came out to announce the 2017 NFL Draft in Philly was initially underway, he embraced the boo birds and even incited them to boo louder. Sure enough, they did. Gotta love it.
Via The Sports Daily
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Roger Goodell encourages boos from Philly draft crowd

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apparently recognizes how most NFL fans feel about him.Taking a page out of the David Stern playbook, Goodell encouraged the boos from the Philadelphia fans in attendance for Thursday’s NFL Draft: Goodell must have known that the boos were coming because he wasted no time egging on the fans. This is actually a tradition for most sports commissioners...
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Roger Goodell comments on Gareon Conley situation

As the league does its best to find out the truth about Gareon Conley, who’s been accused of sexual assault, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell chimed in with his thoughts on the matter.In an appearance at the NFL Play 60 event in Philadelphia on Thursday morning, Goodell had the following to say in response to a question about what the NFL will do in response to this allegation...
Via Sportsnaut
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Steelers WR Martavis Bryant meets with NFL in attempt to get reinstated

The Pittsburgh Steelers are hoping to get wide receiver Martavis Bryant back from his year-long suspension for his multiple violations of the NFL’s substance abuse policy. It was reported earlier in the spring that Bryant’s reinstatement was imminent. That report was later refuted by the NFL itself.Now, as Bryant attempts to do everything he can to be reinstated, the troubled...
Via Sportsnaut
12 days ago  |  Discuss

New York wants to host the NFL Draft again, but other cities want to get involved

The first ever NFL Draft took place in 1936 in Philadelphia. The next year the first of now 57 NFL Drafts took place in New York City. NYC has hosted more NFL Drafts than every other city combined, but hasn’t hosted since 2014.From 1965-2014, every single NFL Draft took place in New York City, with every draft between 2006 and 2014 being hosted by Radio City Music Hall. Since 2014...
Via The Comeback
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Amazon to pay $50 million to stream NFL games in 2017

All of you who were looking forward to NFL games being streamed on Twitter again this year are set to be in for a brutal off-season letdown.According to Peter Kafka of Recode.net, Amazon has won the bidding war over Twitter, YouTube and Facebook for the right to stream 10 NFL games during the 2017 season. The games will be offered for free to Amazon Prime subscribers, meaning that...
Via Sportsnaut
23 days ago  |  Discuss
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