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It Almost Seems Like Darren Rovell Is Trolling Everyone With This Story About Roger Goodell Deserving His Salary… And We’re Kind Of Glad
There was a bona fide Sports Media Thing recently involving ESPN’s Darren Rovell and the opinions people have about him. Those opinions, more often than not, are negative… and a column Rovell recently wrote for ESPN almost seems calculate to intensify those negative feelings further. And this all actually made us sort of happy. After te jump, we explain why.
Roger Goodell makes a lot of money. The NFL tripled his salary from 2010 to 2011. We know this because of tax returns. Roger Goodell pays his taxes! See some of the real-time reaction to this report after the jump. (There is a lot of anger.)
Roger Goodell Has Reinstated Gregg Williams, Titans Officially Hire Him As A Senior Assistant For Defense
Gregg Williams to the Tennessee Titans has been in the works for a while now, pending league reinstatement of Enemy No. 1. Williams, who was suspended indefinitely for his involvement in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, sat out all of last season while technically an employee of the St. Louis Rams. As of today he’s been reinstated, and he’s back coaching in the NFL.
You don’t exactly need this t-shirt appearing on every street corner in New Orleans to tell you that Roger Goodell isn’t exactly the most beloved person down by the bayou. Contrary to what you might believe as an outsider, Louisiana native and co-chair of the host committee James Carville says Bountygate is just water under the bridge.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell did an AMA on Reddit earlier today. Earlier, we covered one question that he actually (sort of) answered – one that came courtesy of Vikings punter Chris Kluwe. While yes, Kluwe tried to rickroll Goodell with his wording, the question was for the most part respectful. Some other questions Goodell received, however, were… less so. Proof is after the jump.
One Of The Questions Roger Goodell Answered In His Reddit AMA Was From Chris Kluwe, Who Rickrolled Him
From 2:00-3:00 p.m. today, Roger Goodell held a Reddit AMA because Roger Goodell is all about the fans. Of course he only managed to answer 14 questions, the tiny handful of softballs the commish could smack out of the park with some pre-wrapped jargon about the NFL and together and safety and whatever else.
It’s no secret that Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan has been under fire this week after Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffin III tore up his knee in Washington’s first round playoff loss last weekend. But don’t count NFL commissioner Roger Goodell among his critics.
Roger Goodell says the NFL is considering expanding its postseason to 14 or 16 teams. That would be a grievous error on the league’s part, and here’s why.
Paul Tagliabue ruled in favor of the players in the Saints bounty case “vacating all discipline” and completely going against Roger Goodell. We are, simply put, shocked.