So here’s my question:
If Roger Goodell is “really not focused” on the Tom Brady appeal and he “didn’t see the report” from Congress on the NFL interfering with the concussion study, what exactly has he been doing?
Furthermore, if he “didn’t see the report,” (he said it TWICE) how was he able to spend considerable time in his press conference yesterday disputing the allegations made in the report?
You're not following lawsuits or Congressional studies on the NFL? Roger, what would you say you do here? pic.twitter.com/haBNifN9pP
— Kevin Peters (@kfpeters) May 25, 2016
Then there is this:
A Congressman issued that report without even talking to any of our advisors. I don’t think that’s appropriate. I don’t think that’s the right way to do things.
So all Congressional reports should be cleared with the NFL before being released. Got it.