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Even better: It was Clay Matthews that "leaked" it.
This post was edited by Hskr4Life23 22 months ago
If true he is looking at a suspension most likely....
Not sure that calling and harrassing someone like the commish of the NFL is such a good idea.
For those dumb enough to screw with him, I would still love to hear it
i called it and got an answering machine that said you have reached the office of the commissioner or something.
I highly doubt he runs his own facebook fan page. Probably some fan who made and runs it.
"Office of the Commissioner of the National Football League."
Clay Matthews is awesome.
A Wisconsin state senator may have tweeted it first after the game lol
XoGisele, Ashley Sky, Niki Skyler
It works! I got dumped to VM.
He is the commissioner of the NFL, not the President of the United States.
Roger Goodell sucks period. I hope folks bombard his voicemail
By the way.
You think he actually reads that or even cares?
He's not going to get the messages either but tweeting him thinking he gives a f is dumb.
After doing a little snooping, I highly doubt that that is Clay Matthews' official page. Also, I found several websites, some dating to as early as 2007, that publicly list that phone number as being Roger Goodell's office number. In all, I doubt Matthews sees any fine for this.
Goodell's office is in same building as mine. Security is looking like the American embassy in Egypt right now...
So fans are mad at Goodell be because the NFL is in a labor dispute with the refs. Why not be mad at the refs?
This post was edited by dpfenny 22 months ago
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
They "deserve a raise" based on what?
I bet most of the owners would say Goodell is doing a great job.
NFL source: More than 70,000 voicemails were left at NFL offices last night.
Have you seen the replacements?
The average NFL game official last season made $8,764 a game. Under the NFL's last proposal, that would increase to at least $11,117 per game by 2018.
Why do they "deserve" more than that?
Really? Last I checked we have had 3 weeks of the season without them and I have not read where the ratings are down because of the officials. I guess they can go back to their other part time job that pays $9k per weekend plus expenses.
The ratings won't go down, if anything they will increase because of all the controversy.
Inside Job, duh.
The refs will get better with time...
And that's a good thing? As long as it makes money, who gives a sh!t about the quality? Is that what we as a society have become? 'Cause that's depressing.
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