Roger Goodell’s hometown of Bronxville reacts to NFL policy statement

People in Roger Goodell's hometown of Bronxville spoke to News 12 about his efforts to change the NFL's domestic violence policy and his refusal to step down. Goodell made his first public statements

News 12 Staff

Sep 20, 2014, 1:57 AM

Updated 3,593 days ago

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People in Roger Goodell's hometown of Bronxville spoke to News 12 about his efforts to change the NFL's domestic violence policy and his refusal to step down.
Goodell made his first public statements in more than a week since a rash of domestic incidents were reported around the league. He says he wants the NFL to implement new personal conduct policies by the Super Bowl. He was not specific about what those policies would entail.
Karen Taylor, of Bronxville, believes that officials in the NFL saw the elevator video of Ray Rice punching his girlfriend, but wanted to keep the matter quiet.
Scott Mikos, of Bronxville, says he appreciates the commissioner's acknowledgement of wrongdoing and says he shouldn't have to resign due to his top tier position in the league.
Goodell says the measures he announced today are not the final steps in addressing this issue.
 


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