NFL Commissioner Talks At Owners’ Meeting

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he hopes the players and owners can work out a new collective bargaining agreement.  Goodell spoke Monday at the Annual Meeting in Palm Beach, Florida.  The Commish said that while he believed a salary cap was beneficial in the past, he wasn’t sure there would be one in the new CBA.  He added some owners might be happy to get rid of the cap, because it was so high. 

Goodell also touched on the New England Patriots video taping situation and maintained the league took appropriate action in the case.  He said he was hoping to talk to former Pats video assistant Matt Walsh in the near future.  Walsh was not part of the league’s original probe into “Spygate,” but claims he has more information about the situation.


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