This is being billed as New York City’s Super Bowl even though most of the players on the Broncos and the Seahawks won’t step foot outside of New Jersey this week.
Roger Goodell met with reporters Friday to discuss all the prep work that’s set to pay off on Sunday.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league made a mistake in how it handled ticket sales for the playoffs that led to teams struggling to sellout postseason games.
If it took 48 years to get the Super Bowl in a cold-weather state, there’s a reason. It’s a bad reason. This game is meant to be played in warmer weather, for a thousand reasons.
“I’m not a medical expert,” Goodell said. “We will obviously follow signs. We will follow medicine and if they determine this could be a proper usage in any context, we will consider that. Our medical experts are not saying that right now.”
The snowstorm Tuesday dumped more than a foot of accumulation in East Rutherford, N.J. – the site of Super Bowl XLVIII.
So, Roger, fix your problems. Attend to retired players and the next TV contract. But leave the rules alone for the next five years. You’ve caused enough problems already.
It’s currently cold, slippery and some would say downright miserable. But if it were Super Sunday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell would be sitting outdoors in the elements with everyone else lucky enough to snag a ticket to the big game.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Because I don’t have the power or connections to do so, can somebody please forward that overused, tired cliché over to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for me?
Since 2009, the NFL has made Canton the home of the Lombardi Trophy, so that football fans all over the country can see it in person. And now Baker can see it every day.
Commissioner Roger Goodell told the NFL Network that the point-after-touchdown play lacks “excitement.” And who would disagree?
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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will be like most other folks at the Super Bowl on Feb. 2 in East Rutherford, N.J. — he’ll be outside.
U.S. District Judge Anita B. Brody asked for more financial information from the parties, a week after players’ lawyers filed a detailed payout plan for her review.
The commish said Tuesday that adding two more wild-card teams is under consideration, but didn’t say when the league would be eyeing a potential expansion to its playoff format.