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Sports NFL Owners May Limit Powers of Roger Goodell
New York Times
N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell said that the league's 32 owners were considering whether to reduce his power to enforce the personal conduct policy governing player malfeasance but that a full revamping of the policy would not be ready for months.
Bell: NFL owners unwavering in Roger Goodell supportUSA TODAY
NFL Owners See Video on Domestic ViolenceABC News
NFL owners seek consistent approach to combat domestic
New York Daily News -Boston Globe
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NFL in Los Angeles: Owners, league officials talking about relocation
With more teams than ever prepared to move to Los Angeles as soon as the 2015 season, and many of the NFL's most influential owners bullish on getting franchises there as soon as possible (including Jerry Jones and Bob Kraft) there have been ongoing ...

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New York Times

Roger Goodell Asks NFL Owners to Ponder a Revised Discipline System
New York Times
As a consequence, Goodell asked the owners to consider what role the N.F.L. or teams should have in investigating player conduct and if they should continue to rely on law enforcement for guidance. Goodell also questioned whether a player should be ...
Domestic violence tops agenda at NFL owners meetingsUSA TODAY
Owners to hold critical meeting amid loud NFL
NFL owners unanimously approve sale of Buffalo
Los Angeles Times -SB Nation
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NFL Owners Could Have Teams In Los Angeles By 2015
Jason La Canfora at CBS Sports reports that NFL owners continue to have conversations about moving at least one team to Los Angeles as soon as 2015. The NFL has made it no secret that it wants to return to Los Angeles, but few viable candidates have ...
Morning links: LA state of mindESPN (blog)

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NFL owners confine talks of potential LA franchise to sites, for now
Los Angeles Times
Is the NFL on the verge of coming back to Los Angeles? Depends on which team owners you ask. Some are optimistic. Others are unconvinced the ball has moved on that front. "It hasn't gone backwards, but it hasn't gone forwards," New York Giants co-owner ...
Chargers owner Dean Spanos not interested in L.A. getting NFL
If NFL returns to LA, will Gruden or Harbaugh come along for the ride?
NFL returning to Los Angeles picking up steam -- and sooner rather than laterLA Daily News
ThinkProgress -WJXT Jacksonville
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SB Nation

NFL owners vote to require Super Bowl hosts to play London home game
SB Nation
The NFL has made its desire to go international clear, but finding teams willing to play overseas has been less than easy. NFL owners voted last week to create a requirement that will curtail that problem some by requiring Super Bowl hosts to give up ...
Report: Super Bowl hosts will be required to play home game in
Why Is the NFL Making Super Bowl Hosts Play in London?Wall St. Cheat Sheet
Report: Super Bowl hosts must give up home game to
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Sources: NFL Owners, Execs Talking LA
SportsBusiness Daily (subscription)
NFL owners and execs have been holding "ongoing semi-regular conference calls" regarding the topic of relocation to L.A., according to sources cited by Jason La Canfora of For the "past six months or more there have been a series of ...

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CBS Local

Terry Bradshaw On WFAN: NFL Owners 'Getting Richer At The Expense Of ...
CBS Local
NEW YORK (WFAN) — The legendary Terry Bradshaw joined WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts for his weekly spot on Wednesday afternoon and — as he's done before — he addressed the issue he has with NFL games in London. On Sunday ...


Minnesota campus gears up to protest NFL's Redskins
The NFL takes the position that it is up to owners what to call their teams. Robert Thompson, director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture at Syracuse University, says major pro sports franchises function as autocracies where ...

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Sources: Financial burden on agenda
One of the topics on the agenda for the NFL owners meetings next week will be to discuss how teams should be financially responsible for players who are banned while being paid full salaries, sources told ESPN on Wednesday. Two examples of such cases ...

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