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Roger Goodell Should Determine Deshaun Watson’s Fate Soon

From sharing a stage in Deshaun Watson’s biggest moment (so far), to handing down judgement on the embattled quarterback’s future, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is part of Watson’s story no matter how you spin it. Watson entered the NFL on that seemingly far off draft day in 2017. What else...
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Roger Goodell Needs To Decide Deshaun Watson’s Fate Soon

From sharing a stage in Deshaun Watson’s biggest moment (so far) to eventually handing down judgment on the embattled quarterback’s future, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is part of Watson’s story no matter how you spin it. Watson entered the NFL on that seemingly far off draft day in 2017. What else he entered into might not be so rosy, based on the 22 sexual misconduct/assault lawsuits the phenom is current facing from massage therapists.
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Sean McVay’s Cruel Prank on Kliff Kingsbury Included ‘a Couple Vodkas’ and Making a Friend Pretend to Be Roger Goodell

Kliff Kingsbury saw his Arizona Cardinals improve tremendously last season as they made the jump from 5-10-1 in 2019 to 8-8 in 2020. Their success, though, was largely due to the play of Kyler Murray, who appears to have the makings of becoming a franchise quarterback. However, at one point, Kingsbury thought he wasn’t going to get Murray in the 2019 NFL draft, and it was all thanks to a cruel prank that Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay played on him.
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If Roger Goodell Truly Wants to Shape His Legacy, He Could Reckon With the NFL’s Dark Past

Funny when and how this stuff tends to come out, on a sleepy summery week such as this, at perhaps the time when football is the furthest from our collective consciousness. First, the league’s agreeing to end the practice of “race norming” during the claims process for brain injuries, which presupposed that Black players had a lower level of cognitive functioning and, thus, had a more difficult time obtaining settlement money and proving that football caused their cognitive decline. And second, the league’s finally encouraging (through a committee created in consult with the NFLPA) limitations on the usage of Toradol, a painkiller that causes intense side effects but was commonly doled out in locker rooms in an effort to shuffle injured players onto the field each Sunday. These two stories are seemingly unrelated, though they both encompass a large part of the dark mass bursting through the NFL’s closet doors.
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Roger Goodell eyeing several more years as NFL Commissioner?

Before the 2020 CBA’s passing, a sense around the league pointed to Goodell stepping down shortly after the CBA talks and the latest TV deals coming to pass. However, those checkpoints are now in the rear-view mirror. With a $113 billion media deal secured, Goodell might now stay on past the expiration date of his current contract.
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NFL Notes: Roger Goodell, International Games, 18-Game Season

There had been talk about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell retiring after the completion of the latest CBA negotiation. Goodell’s contract runs through 2023 and he will be 65 by that point, so the idea was that he would work to groom a successor and transition to something else. However, Peter...
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Roger Goodell Shares His Expectation For NFL Attendance Policy

After having league attendance severely limited by COVID-19 last season, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is optimistic about 2021. This afternoon, Goodell told media members that he is expecting full stadiums across the league this fall. Currently, 30 of the 32 NFL franchises would legally be allowed to play in front of full capacity.
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According to a friend of a friend of a friend, Roger Goodell is planning the single greatest day of golf in human history

There was a time when we almost felt bad for Roger Goodell. He was booed mercilessly at every NFL Draft for reasons people didn’t even remember. He had an unhinged president breathing down his neck for four straight years over some pre-game song and made an enemy of the single greatest quarterback in his sport’s history. There was a lockout and a pandemic. Super Bowl LIII happened. We’re not saying it was tough to be ol’ Roger, but it wasn’t easy either.
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There's No Way Roger Goodell is Actually Playing Golf at Augusta, Pine Valley, and Cyrpess in One Day, Right?

Roger Goodell makes $40 million a year, according to reports from various outlets in 2020 when the NFL commissioner announced he'd be going without his salary during the worst of the pandemic to help keep others employed. He's in the middle of a five-year contract that runs through 2023, an extension signed in 2017. When that deal was inked, ESPN reported Goodell had made more than $200 million since 2006 and the current deal could net him another $200 million if he hits all the various incentives.
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Commissioner Roger Goodell's draft chair on display in Canton

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's draft chair won't sit still. It's spending the summer in Canton. The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Friday that Goodell's leather armchair is on display for the next four months after again playing a starring role in the draft. The item debuted in Goodell's basement...