In the end, the NFL is about the big picture, but it’s also about making the right choices about the details.
“It’s a big time, big game.
That’s what we’re focused on,” Goodell said, explaining that his job is to find the right teams and the right players.
The biggest question: Can franchises afford to take on a massive investment in the building of their stadium?
“I know the commissioner is very well-educated and understands how to get the most out of a building.
So that’s a factor, and we’re always working on how to make sure we have the best facilities,” Goodell added.
When asked if he had any questions for the media, Goodell told them, “I think it’s great.
We’ve got a great group of reporters and photographers and people who are in our offices.
I’m happy to answer any questions they might have.
I love the NFL,” Goodell told reporters. “
As for the other guys, I’m not going to get into it.”
“I love the NFL,” Goodell told reporters.
“I have a tremendous amount of respect for it.
It’s just one of those things where you can’t put your finger on it.”
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