Friday, July 16, 2010

Goodell to visit Steelers camp

The NFL has announced that commissioner Roger Goodell will visit the training camps of seven teams in the coming weeks, including that of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Goodell is scheduled to be at the Steelers training camp at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe Thurs., Aug 5.

Any guesses on what the main topic of conversation will be if - and I'm assuming he will - Goodell fields questions from the media?

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

So it was Tomlin who fought to keep Arians. Just wanted to know who to hold accountable if Arians does any more of his usual boneheaded stuff.

Anonymous said...

What does this comment have to do with Goodell visiting?

Anonymous said...

Why? Looking for someone else to suspend without charges Goodell?

Collin Williams said...
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Collin Williams said...

Anonymous, just because Big Ben didn't get charges doesn't mean he shouldn't be suspended. Last time he got in trouble for the same thing he wasn't suspended, that was his chance and then he did it again, yeh he did nothing but what's a pro bowl QB doing at a college bar. He needs to stop getting himself in these situations.

marc said...

i know it's off topic, but are the steelers at all interested in terrell owens?

Patrick said...

I'd be suprised if they were interested in TO. But who knows. Whether or not that is a wise move is a whole other discussion.

If another WR goes down for an extended period of time though, maybe that would spark some interest.

Dale Lolley said...

Ah, no.

Jim said...

dale, what do you think of the pouncey/florida situation going on right now?

Anonymous said...

Crap, now Woodley is running his mouth. I thought there was no way the Steelers wouldn't eventually re-sign him, but this is a bad sign.

marc said...

if i were woodley, i would be pissed off too.

Patrick said...

Something will get done with Woodley eventually, but it might not be till after the season.

Everyone knows this, but a bad injury for him playing under the salary he has now and he is screwed out of millions. He doesn't seem the type to play cautious, but I hope that isn't in the back of his mind this season.

Dale Lolley said...

The Pouncey story means nothing to the Steelers. The NCAA and NFL need to crack down on the rogue agents who do this kind of stuff.