Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Goodell signs with Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles have been aggressive throughout the post-lockout free agent signing period.  Today, they might have scored the ultimate coup in free agency history.  Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL, signed a 5 year, $100 million contract with another $100 million in signing bonus money.  Immediately after signing the monster deal, Goodell instituted a new NFL rule whereby it is illegal to tackle him.  Any violation of this rule would result in a fine, suspension or permanent ban from the league.  Reporters asked Goodell about his new status as a player.  Goodell said, “Players made comments during the lockout that I wasn’t worthy of being the commissioner because I didn’t play in the NFL.  Well, after much consideration, I have decided to take my talents to South Philly”.  No word yet on what position Goodell might play. 

NOTE: This article is all in jest.  I have no evidence that Goodell has signed any agreement with the Eagles.
Photo taken by: JASON DeCROW / Associated Press

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