Goodell Talks with Browns Fans About Mediation and the Super Bowl with Fans

Roger Goodell spoke with the Browns fans on a conference call, and hit on a possible change of plans for the Super Bowl if the lockout continues.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in conference calls with Cleveland Browns’ and San Diego Chargers’ fans addressed mediation talks with locked-out players, Super Bowl scheduling contingency plans and the future of football in Los Angeles.

“I am going to do everything I can,” Goodell said of his efforts to strike labor peace through mediation that will resume Tuesday in Minneapolis more than a month into the league’s labor stoppage. “It is a positive sign that both sides are continuing to communicate.

“We are going to work hard to understand one another’s issues, identify solutions, and hopefully, reach that agreement because we know the uncertainty is not good for anybody, most importantly our great fans.”

Among the worst-case scenarios of the labor dispute is an altered Super Bowl date in Indianapolis, and Goodell told the Browns’ fans Thursday, “We have the flexibility to move the Super Bowl one week,” because of consideration of an 18-game NFL regular season that the commissioner said is “still on the table.”

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