Goodell Might Meet With Players
NEW YORK--One of Roger Goodell's first acts as commissioner might be to conduct a series of meetings with NFL players.
Paul Tagliabue met with players from the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers soon after becoming commissioner in 1989. He said Monday that he and his successor, Goodell, have talked about Goodell possibly doing something similar.
Tagliabue said the meetings could take place at the end of the preseason or on teams' bye weeks during the regular season. Goodell officially takes office on Sept. 1.
By Mark Maske |
August 22, 2006; 3:30 PM ET
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