Roger Goodell's video suggests that not only is public sentiment regarding protests different this time around, the NFL thinks that's where the money will be.
Adrian Peterson said players are ready to kneel again.
The first step on the road to Roger Goodell’s admission that he and the NFL “were wrong” was taken by a league employee going rogue. The video that included Saquon Barkley, Patric…
NFL employees were "angry" and "exasperated." One went behind the league's back to force Roger Goodell to take a stand against racism.
Malcolm Jenkins was among the first critics to slam New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees for his comments against kneeling during the national anthem but on Friday Jenkins was the first to back his teammate for addressing President Trump’s criticism of his subsequent apology for those remarks.
The NFL's U-turn in allowing players to protest against racial injustice shows the league now realises "they haven't listened", says BBC pundit Jason Bell.
After years of a spineless policy of appeasement, the league finally detached itself from the president and his exploitation of the flag and military
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has spoken out in support of player protests, as he encouraged the Black Lives Matter movement.
The NFL commissioner said the league made mistakes in not listening to players in a video on Friday denouncing racism in the United States
Brees initially said this week he would ‘never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag’ before backtracking and issuing and apology
The NFL is on an apparent collision course with President Donald Trump after commissioner Roger Goodell said the league "was wrong for not listening to players earlier" in the row over protests against racial inequality in the US.