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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Says Pro Bowl Play ‘Improved’
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Monday that the quality of play in this year’s Pro Bowl was “improved.”
Goodell made the comment on an online question-and-answer session with fans.
“I watched the game and noticed the improved quality of the game,” Goodell said. “I appreciate the players[’] commitment in this regard. We need to continually work to make our game better for the fans. I look forward to getting detailed player comment and input over the next few weeks.”
The NFC won Sunday’s game in Honolulu, 62-35.
The Pro Bowl faces an uncertain future. Goodell said before this year’s game it is possible the annual all-star game would be eliminated if the league and players cannot find ways to improve the quality of play.
Source: Washington Post
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