Drew Brees denounced Commissioner Roger Goodell’s reaffirmation of the bounty punishments, but isn’t making excuses for the New Orleans Saints’ 1-4 start.
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Posted: Thursday, August 23rd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Roger Goodell
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell talked about the impact fantasy football has had on the league overall. Which begs the question — why aren’t you playing fantasy?
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell discussed the probability of using replacement officials in Sunday’s Hall of Fame Game with “NFL AM” on Friday.
“Yes, we are prepared for that if necessary,” he said. “We obviously would like to get an agreement with our officials. We have a great deal of respect for them, and we’d like to get that done. We have our differences, not only economic differences, but differences of how we continue to improve NFL officiating.”
Celebrated chef John Besh spoke with NFL.com on Friday and played a little word-association game involving the Patriots, Giants and some of the NFL’s biggest stars.
Historic Union Station now is NFL House, a high-end stop for VIP Super Bowl guests. League employees had the chance to check out the digs Wednesday night.
In the lead-up to Roger Goodell‘s “60 Minutes” interview, which aired Sunday night on CBS, the NFL Commissioner is compared to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke for the economic might he yields as the figurehead of a $10 billion industry.
Posted: Thursday, November 10th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Al Davis, Baltimore Ravens, Charles Woodson, DeMarco Murray, Ed Dickson, Green Bay Packers, Joe Paterno, Michael Fabiano, NFL Films, NFL Network, Oakland Raiders, Penn State, Peyton Manning, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rex Ryan, Roger Goodell, Ryan Clark, San Diego Chargers, Tom Brady
NFL Network’s second-half schedule of Thursday night games kicks off at 8 p.m. ET with an important divisional showdown, as Carson Palmer’s Oakland Raiders battle Philip Rivers’ San Diego Chargers for first place in the AFC West.
Week 4 marks the end of the first quarter of the season, a significant landmark for most coaches, and that means a lot of teams will have their first-quarter “grade” on the line when they take the field this weekend.
It seems unlikely that Raiders rookie QB Terrelle Pryor will win his appeal of his NFL-mandated five-game suspension, given the conditions of his deal to be allowed into the league via the supplemental draft in the first place.
Posted: Friday, September 9th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, 9/11, Adam Rank, Brian Billick, Dave Dameshek, Deion Sanders, Green Bay Packers, Matthew Stafford, New Orleans Saints, Peyton Manning, Roger Goodell
How’s that for a start to the season? Thursday night’s opening contest between the New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers featured more points than the previous three Thursday Kickoff games combined. Re-live all the best moments at NFL.com’s Game Center.
Former Commissioner Paul Tagliabue was back the NFL headquarters Friday, taping an interview about his recollection of the events during and after 9/11. The interview is part of a memorial feature that will air Sept. 11 on NFL Network’s “GameDay Morning.”
How does a potential suspension influence the draft position of WR Kenny Britt. Our intrepid Adam Rank has the scoop.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Aqib Talib and Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt met with Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, and both left without being given any final word of their suspension status, according to a league source. Both players, who were involved in off-field issues during the lockout, were getting their first chance to give information and answer questions from NFL Security and league officials. Both have had problems in the past, and thus as “repeat offenders” to some degree could face league discipline. But Britt’s charges were lessened or dropped and Talib is not even scheduled to go to trial until after the season and he turned the opportunity to plea to much lesser misdemeanor charges in […]
Posted: Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Aqib Talib, Brett Favre, Indianapolis Colts, Jim Irsay, Joe Thomas, Kenny Britt, Larry Fitzgerald, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Peyton Manning, Roger Goodell, San Francisco 49ers, Terrell Thomas, Terrelle Pryor
The New York Giants should have been all smiles after throttling the Chicago Bears, 41-13, on Monday night, but the mood around Big Blue was glum after the team lost cornerback Terrell Thomas for the season with a torn ACL.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Aqib Talib and Tennessee Titans WR Aqib Talib will meet with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to discuss their ongoing legal issues.