Goodell Should Prepare to Hear Boos

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These were the days and this was the stage where Roger Goodell always excelled. The perfect attire, the coiffed hair, the commanding presence – yes, draft week was made for this son of a United States Senator, whether he was showing school kids how to throw a spiral in Central Park or booming out picks and slapping backs at Radio City.

Goodell has always looked the part of the NFL commissioner, and combined with his league’s soaring popularity and the hard line he’s taken on misbehaving players, he’s been mostly a fan favorite.

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