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Goodell looks to drop issues over catch rule
01 February 2018, 12:45 | Tracey Rhodes
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
And we've got some ideas of how to bring some clarity to that. 'Fans want catches.'. We've got some ideas of how to bring some clarity to that, particularly in the going to the ground that I think has created a lot of the confusion because it's a different rule when you're going to the ground when you're on the sideline or in the end zone.
"What we have to do is find a rule that fits what we think should be a catch", he said.
The commissioner said the focus for reviews of catches and other challenged plays will be on "making sure it doesn't interrupt the flow of the game". "I think the officiating is outstanding".
'Jackpotting' scheme at ATMs now happening in US
The compromised ATMs can dispense up to 40 bills every 23 seconds- tens of thousands of dollars from a single ATM. Over the past few years, jackpotting has been a rising threat across the globe, particularly in Europe and Asia.
Snyder is on record as telling USA Today that he'll never change the nickname and "you can use caps". This comes as a stark contrast when compared to Rob Manfred's words earlier in the week when he made the announcement that the logo was "no longer appropriate", according to David Waldstein of the New York Times. Goodell does not sound inclined to do the same.
"I think all of us and the owners believe Carolina is a great market", Goodell said.
"I don't see him changing that perspective", Goodell said in response to what the Redskins may do with the name and logo moving forward".
On Monday, it was revealed the Cleveland Indians will stop using the Chief Wahoo logo on their uniforms beginning next year.
"Cleveland's decision should finally compel the Washington football team to make the same honorable decision", Halbritter said. "It's a market we would like to stay in and we hope that the franchise owner that is eventually selected will have that view".
Any new owner would have the right to move the team, clearly, but it would require approval by three-quarters of the league's owners and take the team away from what Goodell called a "great market". "Ignoring the overwhelming feedback from those directly affected by the term and hiding behind discredited defenses is a poor attempt to deny the inevitable need for a long overdue name change". Another question in the poll asked, "How much, if at all, are you bothered by the use of Native American imagery in sports?"
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The Supreme Court previous year issued a unanimous decision extending trademark protection to words and names that may be deemed offensive.
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Fleetwood fires on back-nine to defend Abu Dhabi title
Fleetwood added that the tough conditions made it easier for him to focus. "It was important to come out and make sure I'm hungry. I just really wanted to win this one", said Fleetwood, who is expected to advance from 18th to 11th in the rankings on Monday.