Commish expects proof to be public
ATLANTA -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he expects evidence in the New Orleans Saints bounties case would be made public after all the player appeals and grievances have been heard.
The league's bounty investigation and subsequent fallout were at the center of much of Goodell's public address Tuesday, including the recent defamation lawsuit filed against him by Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma after he suspended Vilma for the 2012 season.
He said at the owners meetings he ...
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