Roger Goodell News
NFL's evolving stance on sports betting and Las Vegas
On Nov. 12, 2012, at the NFL's Park Avenue offices in New York, commissioner Roger Goodell sat with his lawyer Jeff Mishkin and was deposed by attorneys for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, regarding the league's lawsuit challenging the state's new sports betting law. Attorney William H. Wegner,
Nevada plans to offer mobile betting at Raiders stadium
Fans at future Las Vegas Raiders home games will be able to legally place bets on their phones from inside the planned $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat stadium, unless the league can persuade Nevada gaming officials to change policy. Last week, the Las Vegas Stadium Authority unanimously approved a
New special counsel Robert Mueller has long history at the FBI
Robert Mueller , who was announced late Wednesday afternoon as the special counsel to spearhead the FBI 's investigation into Russian connections to the 2016 election "and related matters," has a long history within the organization. He served as the FBI director from Sept. 2001 until Sept. 2013,
Roger Goodell says NFL sees no medical benefits from marijuana
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell delivered a strong statement against marijuana use Friday, telling ESPN radio that the league sees no medical benefits and adding that "it may not be healthy for the players long-term." Goodell's comments, made in an interview with ESPN's Mike & Mike in the Morning,
NFL Draft first round preview
ABC News' Will Reeve previews the top storylines to watch going into the first round of the NFL Draft.
Top prospects walk the red carpet at the NFL Draft
ABC News' Will Reeve is on the red carpet showing off sights and sounds of the NFL Draft.
Fans experience the excitement of the NFL Draft
ABC News' Will Reeve takes a walk through the NFL Draft complex in Philadelphia.
Make-A-Wish teen TJ Onwuanibe to announce Ravens' first-round pick
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- A Maryland teenager will get to live out a dream Thursday when he helps the Baltimore Ravens with their draft. TJ Onwuanibe, 14, an eighth-grader who was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer , is scheduled to announce the Ravens' first-round pick as part of the
Sources: Dean Blandino to get TV job after leaving NFL officiating post
NEW YORK -- Officiating director Dean Blandino is leaving the NFL to spend more time with his family and explore other opportunities. Blandino has been the league's vice president of officiating since 2013 and has overseen several changes in the way the game has been officiated, with an emphasis on
Steelers chairman Dan Rooney dies at 84
Pittsburgh Steelers ?chairman Dan Rooney, one of the NFL's most influential and popular executives, has died. He was 84. A Steelers spokesman confirmed that Rooney died Thursday. No further details were immediately available. Rooney took over operation of the team in the 1960s from his father, Art,