From all appearances, it seemed to be a typical September football weekend for the NFL, Roger Goodell and college football. People watching games and milling around wearing merchandise from their favorite teams and supporting a business whose leadership is
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke to the media and took questions about the domestic abuse problems within the NFL and what
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will make a statement and take questions from the media on domestic violence issues and the NFL’s
The White House is coming after the NFL on Thursday saying, "it's important that the league get a handle" on players who commit violent acts and
The makeup brand that is the “official beauty sponsor of the NFL,” has recently been creating ads unique to each team. One of the more prominent ones today, for obvious reasons, is the ad that features Baltimore Ravens colors.
Ray Rice has already been indefinitely suspended by the NFL and now, as expected, he is appealing that decision. It was reported by many sources, including Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, that Rice’s appeal was supposed to be filed
There can be no defense of Ray Rice punching out his then fiance in February, but the sports media moralists have come out in force in going after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, while almost forgetting Rice and his now
The Ray Rice saga has certainly dinged the NFL and Roger Goodell. However, some of the leagues’ owners want to support Goodell. Some of them, Goodell might not want to be so vocal–like Washington Redskin’s Dan Snyder. Snyder has
Ever since the surveillance tape of Ray Rice punching his wife in an elevator was released, the NFL has stuck to their guns in saying they tried to obtain such tape but failed.
This is not going away. Ray Rice may have done what he did to his wife months ago, but the firestorm of consequences from it, has only just begun. With the release of the video footage and the outrage