NFL commissioner Roger Goodell responded to the series of boos he heard Thursday night at the 2011 NFL Draft.
“It’s the fans’ frustration, and I understand that,” Goodell said Friday. “They want football, you want football and I want football. I think everyone’s frustrated by the circumstance, and I think that was a clear indication of it. I understand their frustration with me not being able to solve that. That’s my job and that’s my responsibility, and I accept that.”
As soon as fans at Radio City Music Hall find out the NFL lockout is back on, Goodell can expect another round of boos.
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