Thursday, February 2, 2017

"It Is What It Is " : Roger Goodell ‘not familiar’ with Barstool Sports not being credentialed for Super Bowl

HOUSTON — Barstool Sports, a very popular media outlet among young adults, was not credentialed for this year's Super Bowl. On Wednesday, at his state of the league address, commissioner Roger Goodell was asked why the outlet was banned, especially considering how popular it is. "I really don't have any information about who is credentialed and who is not credentialed. A likely reason why is during the Deflategate saga, Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy and several other Barstool employees were arrested for staging a sit-in at NFL headquarters. I think you can see by looking around we have pretty open arms about who attends the end of the Super Bowl as a media outlet.


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Roger Goodell Super Bowl LI Press Conference In Houston « CBS Boston


Roger Goodell Super Bowl LI Press Conference In Houston « CBS Boston
I read it in the paper also and I've spoken to (Executive Director of the National Football League Players Association DeMaurice Smith) about it. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell delivered his annual "State of the NFL" address in Houston, four days prior to Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. We hope the people of Houston will attend and get a chance to experience a little bit of the Super Bowl. We think that's great. We're excited to be here, and I know you're going to shine as the Super Bowl week continues.

10 Super Bowl LI storylines: Tom Brady vs. Roger Goodell and things that really matter


10 Super Bowl LI storylines: Tom Brady vs. Roger Goodell and things that really matter
(David Goldman / AP) (David Goldman / AP)5. (David Goldman / AP) (David Goldman / AP)8. The Patriots arrived Monday afternoon to prepare for Super Bowl LI on Sunday at NRG Stadium against the Falcons, their fifth Super Bowl appearance since the previous Houston Super Bowl. The old adage is defense wins championships, and the top-ranked scoring defenses are 5-1 in the Super Bowl squaring off against top-ranked scoring offenses. Matt Ryan David Goldman / AP Atlanta Falcons' Matt Ryan celebrates after winning a berth in the Super Bowl on Jan. 22, 2017.


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