What does Tagliabue bring to case?
Former commissioner has different style, but will that forestall player protests?
There are differing views on the importance of Roger Goodell's decision to appoint former commissioner Paul Tagliabue to preside over appeals in the New Orleans Saints bounty case. It can be seen as anything from a game-changing decision to "nothing to see here" business as usual. Let's look at the impact in resolving this long-running saga.
Dealing with "conduct detrimental" has been a priority for Goodell since he first took office in 2006. Although owners have led the way on ...
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