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Jets' Vick Says Goodell Doing 'Great Job'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Michael Vick fully supports the man who gave him a second chance in the NFL.

The New York Jets quarterback defended NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell while the league and its teams have come under heavy criticism during the past two weeks over how they are dealing with several players facing domestic violence allegations. 666 more words

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So there's one: Michael Vick says Roger Goodell "doing a great job"

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has come under fire for the last two weeks, from his initial bungling of the Ray Rice case to his disappearing act at a time when the league needs leadership. 250 more words

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Jets' Vick says Goodell doing 'great job'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Michael Vick fully supports the man who gave him a second chance in the NFL.

The New York Jets quarterback defended NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell while the league and its teams have come under heavy criticism during the past two weeks over how they are dealing with several players facing domestic violence allegations. 572 more words

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Vick Goes To Bat For Goodell, Says NFL Commissioner Is Doing 'A Great Job'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Michael Vick fully supports the man who gave him a second chance in the NFL.

The New York Jets quarterback defended NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell while… 678 more words

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Domestic violence: It's the sports media's new chew toy, but for how long?

Adrian Peterson is my father. I am his child. I have felt the bite of his tree branch on my back, my buttocks and my legs. 1,076 more words

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Elevators: The Ray Rice Saga

“Going up?”

No. I’m going down.

I’m standing up but my wife is falling down. Half of what? She’ll never leave me. Truthfully I’ve done worse but you’ll never see it on TV. 395 more words

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Everything’s There But the Fire

A version of this story appears in the Sept. 22 issue of Sports Illustrated.

EUGENE, Ore. — Marcus Mariota looks as if he’s been designed by a franchise-quarterback computer program. 2,045 more words

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