Did everyone get the privilege of getting your personal email from Roger Goodell? (1 Viewer)


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Dec 3, 2006
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For those of you not worthy I will share it with you as long as you promise not to tell.

To NFL Fans:

Another exciting season of football has come to an end – truly one of our best. But for all of us in the NFL, this is a crucial time of the year. The offseason is when we reevaluate our policies, renew our commitment to improve every aspect of the game and recalibrate in preparation for next season.

At the NFL, we embrace the opportunity to continuously improve by making our sport safer and more exciting.

From taking immediate, meaningful steps to address concussions in our society, to improving rules to protect defenseless players, to teaming with the United States Army on culture change programs, to enhancing support for independent research with the NIH, to advancing the science around concussions, we are making the game better by making it safer. It’s part of our overall commitment to delivering the health players deserve as well as the game fans want.

The future of our great game is bright. But we still have more work to do. As stewards of the game, it is our responsibility to make it better, and we take that responsibility very seriously.

We know we can achieve more through cooperation and consultation than we can achieve on our own. That’s why we are announcing today an exciting new collaboration with GE and Under Armour to accelerate scientific progress around brain injuries. The objective of working with GE, the world's leader in medical imaging, is to produce the next generation of medical equipment to improve concussion diagnosis, protection and treatment. Under Armour will deliver its knowledge and understanding of athletes to help make safety not just part of, but essential to, the culture of athletic success.

This is just the beginning. In the next two years, the NFL, GE and Under Armour will solicit ideas from scientists, entrepreneurs, academics and other experts from around the world to help better protect athletes against concussions and identify brain injuries. In two innovation challenges, we will reward contributors who offer the best ideas on these two topics as judged by independent experts. Between the clinical trials, product development and innovation challenges, the NFL, GE and Under Armour are dedicating more than $60 million toward the Head Health Initiative.

In addition, the Army and the NCAA will join us in an effort to create game-changing solutions that transcend sports and reach across our society - from professional and recreational sports to the military. This work will benefit our young athletes with next generation brain protection and assist our soldiers, who will receive faster and more accurate diagnosis of their injuries. We are paving the way towards a safe and healthy future.

Our players and teams are dedicated to an offseason of improvement. We too are committed to making the game safer and better, for the good of the game and the athletes who play it. Our new collaboration greatly adds to our roster of experienced scientists, thinkers, and doers to find and utilize the most effective solutions. It positions us on an accelerated path to progress.

Click here Space: NFL GE Grand Challenge | NineSights to learn more about the program. And thank you for your continued support as we all look forward to another exciting NFL season.


Roger Goodell
Commissioner, National Football League


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Jul 16, 2005
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I don't care what the subject is, how his name comes up or whether it is online, the radio, television or in print but when his name hits my brain regardless how it gets there I have an instant reaction.

**** Roger Goodell and then I go about my day.

Whatever it is he says or does I just ignore because he is full of **** anyway.

St. PJ

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Jun 6, 2006
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Translation: Here's more of our Nazi-like propaganda that features us smelling like roses being all concerned about player safety. You see, the only the we care about (money) is directly affected by our image, so every single item we release to the media is meant only to make us look good. Period. None of it is sincere or true. We've hired the best presidential campaign managers to feed this manufactured drool to the masses. Eat it up then give us your money.


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GE and Under Amor should be working together to find a way to get us that second round pick back! That's what this true fan wants!

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