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Several holy players deny Roger Goodell talking to them after the controversial NFC title game

The Super Bowl is only a few days away, but disputes over events at Rams NFC title winning over the saints have not yet ended. Now you know what happened: the rim corner Nickell Robey-Coleman obvious interference to the saints Tommylee Lewis, but the failure was unsuccessful and the rams finally won overtime.

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Sacred fans and players – and football fans in general – have been discussed by judges for a better past two weeks. Some sacred fans even sued NFL to cancel the game result. Liga has answered very little, except for legal submission if it claimed that the result could not be effectively canceled.

At his annual Super Bowl press conference, Roger Goodell tangentially addressed the dispute. "We understand the fans' disappointment," said Goodell. "I've spoken to Coach Payton, a team of players. We understand the frustration they feel right now and we definitely want to deal with it."

However, the saints say Goodell is sleeping. According to Zach Strief, Goodell did not speak to any of the team players.

During the radio look, Strief said he had talked to his teammates and they told him they hadn't heard of Goodell since the title game. He specifically said that two of Goodell's players would probably come to Drew Brees and Ben Watson – both of whom confirmed that Goodell was not talking to them.

"The man is literally standing on the pedestal and just hiding. It is the mind. He is the commissioner of the biggest sports league, and it's cool with all the people who employ him, 32 owners that he's just lying on everyone," the story said.

And he is not the only one who says it. Michael Thomas, one of the players who supported Rule 17 to cancel the NFC title game, also said Goodell hadn't spoken to the saints.

This is not the first time that there have been doubts about the League's response to the dispute. Immediately after the game, the coach Sean Payton said he had heard from a league who admitted that the call had been called by the refs. It was soon announced that the league would accept a public acceptance, but then it never happened, and instead the league recognized only a mistake in private conversations with the saints. Now the Commissioner says he talked to Saints players, but the players themselves say they are not. This story doesn't come.

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