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Podcast: How Goodell can repair his image

Posted on: July 12, 2011 1:21 pm
Edited on: July 14, 2011 8:36 am
 
Posted by Ryan Wilson

With each passing day we're inching closer to the 2011 NFL season. Last month, the word on the street was that there would be a new collective bargaining agreement by mid-July. It now sounds like July 21 is the date a CBA would be ratified and the league season would officially begin.

CBSSports.com columnist Mike Freeman joins Eye on Football host Will Brinson to talk about whether the lockout's actually coming to a close, what Roger Goodell needs to do to repair his reputation with the players (related: what he should also do with Kenny Britt), and if the Hall of Fame Game will go off as scheduled on August 7.

Talking starts below.

Just hit the play button and don't forget to Subscribe via iTunes.



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Since: Sep 16, 2007
Posted on: July 16, 2011 4:59 pm
 

Podcast: How Goodell can repair his image

It's my guess that Goodell spends all of his time worrying about what the players and their supporters think of him.  After all them hired him and pay  him....wait a minute.   I think it was the owners that hired him and now pay him.  So let's see, there is a labor dispute and the workers (players) don't like the Commish (CEO).   Nobody cares in the business world and nobody cares in the football world.   With a person like harrison speaking for them why would anyone in  authority pay any attention at all?  Tongue out


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