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Only one NFL commissioner ever served his time in office without presiding over a single controversy or scandal. Who was he? (He’s pictured above).
Report: NFL, Ravens Appear To Be Full Of Shit — Law Enforcement Sent Elevator Video To The League Months Ago
The AP reports that a law enforcement official sent the second tape of Ray Rice beating up Janay Palmer to the NFL months ago — and a league official confirmed receiving the video.
Just a few months ago, Roger Goodell didn’t realize that the oncoming traffic was a locomotive and although it took a while to arrive, his failure to see the whole picture has caused a complete train wreck.
WATCH: Roger Goodell Addresses Ray Rice Suspension, Won’t Rule Him Out Of NFL; Contradicts TMZ Report
Just one day after banning Ray Rice from the NFL indefinitely, CBS got an exclusive interview with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell that airs tonight at 6:30 ET on the CBS Evening News. You can watch it here.
We didn’t learn anything new about Ray Rice yesterday. So why did the league, the team and society-at-large finally react with appropriate revulsion at his actions?
Okay, we’ve seen as much footage as we can stomach of Seattle’s Super Bowl dismantling of Denver. We’ve seen Pharrell prove he really does only have one song worth listening to (Don’t worry, Pharrell, Soundgarden was more garden than sound during their set). We’ve seen Bob Costas sit next to lots of men who are twice as tall as he is. In other words, we’re tired of the pre-game and ready for the season to start.
Roger Goodell sent a letter to NFL front offices and a memorandum to all NFL personnel — coaches, players, executives, trainers, etc. — announcing an updated policy for domestic abuse and sexual assault, as well as, of all things, an apology for how he handled the Ray Rice situation.
NFL Getting Tired Of Having Head Up Its Own Ass, Reportedly Considers One-Year Bans For Domestic Abuse
Like a choir girl who takes her fingers out of her ears and realizes everyone else has been staring at her while she belts out “Let It Go” completely off-key, the NFL has perhaps figured out that its two-game suspension for Ray Rice was sadly lenient and out of step with the rest of society.