Roger Goodell

Why the $765 Million Concussion Settlement is Good for the NFL

by Debbie Baratz • September 11, 2013

On Aug. 29 just before the 2013 NFL regular season kicked off, the league reached a $765 million settlement with 4,500 former players seeking compensation from on the field concussion-related brain injuries. This came after a┬ámediator spent months holding talks. For the most part it’s been positively received. From the $765 million sum, $675 million […]

How Can the NFL Improve Preseason Experience?

by Debbie Baratz • August 12, 2013

NFL teams are entering their second week of preseason games and fans are happy to get their football fix. But last week just as teams were getting started, criticisms and calls for change were already in the conversation. Last Wednesday on the day before Game 1 kicked off for many teams, the NFL announced that […]

Are the Dolphins Los Angeles Bound?

by Debbie Baratz • June 11, 2013

After losing their bid to host Super Bowl L thanks in part to not receiving funding for stadium upgrades, the question still lingers on whether or not the Miami Dolphins will move. Will it be to one of the more likely and open locales, Los Angeles. Can you really say, the Los Angeles Dolphins? In […]

Winslow Already Cut by Patriots, Goodell Writes Letter to Fans

by Debbie Baratz • September 28, 2012

It was a short tenure for tight end Kellen Winslow with the New England Patriots. Just one week ago, he compared himself to the team’s fellow tight end Aaron Hernandez by saying they had some similarities. But now fans won’t have a chance to see this as the Patriots cut the player on Wednesday. On […]