ESPN's Mel Kiper thinks New Orleans Saints had 'solid' draft but missed second … NOLA.com Kenny Vaccaro, from Texas, stands with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, right, and Markell Gregoire, 13, a patient at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, after being selected 15th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the first round of the NFL draft ..
Bleacher Report New Orleans Saints select Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro with the 15th pick NOLA.com Kenny Vaccaro, from Texas, stands with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, right, and Markell Gregoire, 13, a patient at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, after being selected 15th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the first round of the NFL … Kenny Vaccaro drafted 15th by the New Orleans Saints Burnt Orange Nation Kenny Vaccaro to Saints: How Does the Safety Fit with New Orleans
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AZCardinals.com Goodell: New Orleans deserves another Super Bowl Yahoo! Sports The league believes New Orleans authorities were able to discover the source of the problem in the third quarter that partially darkened the Superdome. He stresses that he believes it will have ''no effect on it at all'' should New Orleans bid for ..
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FanIQ (blog) Gregg Williams apologizes for New Orleans Saints' bounty scandal NOLA.com Nashville, Tenn. — Gregg Williams thanked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for reinstating him and he also apologized while taking “full responsibility” for his role in the New Orleans Saints' bounty scandal. The NFL reinstated Williams on Thursday …
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Philadelphia Inquirer Goodell: New Orleans 'terrific,' despite blackout Philadelphia Inquirer NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell poses for a photo with MVP Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco at a news conference after NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game Monday, Feb. 4, 2013, in New Orleans . The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers ..
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Roger Goodell: Power outage doesn't hurt New Orleans ' chances of hosting … Washington Post (blog) During his post-Super Bowl news conference this morning, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Sunday night's power outage at Super Bowl XLVII would do nothing to harm New Orleans ' chances of hosting an 11th NFL championship game. Most of the ..
Roger Goodell says power outage won’t affect New Orleans’ chances of hosting … – Baltimore Sun (blog)
Roger Goodell says power outage won't affect New Orleans ' chances of hosting … Baltimore Sun (blog) NEW ORLEANS — Despite a power outage that disrupted the Super Bowl for roughly 35 minutes Sunday night at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell declared that the New Orleans will remain a contender for hosting future …
Los Angeles Times Super Bowl blackout mystery probed; New Orleans as host praised Los Angeles Times NEW ORLEANS — Officials from the NFL, Superdome and Entergy, the company that provides power to the stadium, still were working Monday to unravel the mystery of why the lights went out for 34 minutes of Super Bowl XLVII the previous night, although … Power outage unlikely to hurt New Orleans ' future Super Bowl bids MiamiHerald.com Goodell: New Orleans 'Terrific,' Despite Blackout ABC News Roger Goodell: 'We want to be back' ESPN Politico
ABC News Goodell: New Orleans 'Terrific,' Despite Blackout ABC News NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says New Orleans was a “terrific” Super Bowl host and that the Superdome power outage that delayed the game for 34 minutes will have no effect on the city's future bids to host the league's championship. Super Bowl …
At least 10 restaurants in New Orleans aren’t willing to serve Roger Goodell … – Yahoo! Sports (blog)
Yahoo! Sports (blog) At least 10 restaurants in New Orleans aren't willing to serve Roger Goodell … Yahoo! Sports (blog) No matter whether it damages the upstanding rep of Southern hospitality, there are at least 10 establishments in New Orleans that refuse to serve NFL commissioner Roger Goodell any food or drink this week