• NFL executive: Roger Goodell is as upset as anyone about bad calls

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Sep 28, 2012
    If NFL fans think Commissioner Roger Goodell is aloof about the bad calls that replacement officials have been making, one NFL executive says those fans should think again. According to ESPN’s Rachel Nichols, a league source she described as “an NFL executive who’s close to Goodell” confirmed that Goodell has personally been very upset to see missed calls by the officials working while the regular refs are locked out. It hasn’t been positive,” Goodell said. Some have suggested that Commissioner Roger Good...
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