This Roger Goodell Situation Is Playing Out EXACTLY Like When George Costanza Took the Ross's To the Hamptons

 

ESPN – Ray Rice told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on June 16 that he punched his then-fiancee in a casino elevator, four sources have told “Outside the Lines,” an assertion that contradicts Goodell’s statement this week that “when we met with Ray Rice and his representatives, it was ambiguous about what actually happened.” “Ray didn’t lie to the commissioner,” a source with knowledge of the meeting told “Outside the Lines.” “He told the full truth to Goodell — he made it clear he had hit her, and he told Goodell he was sorry and that it wouldn’t happen again.” “He told the truth,” a second source said. “A third source with knowledge of Rice’s discussion with the commissioner said: “There was no ambiguity about what happened [in the elevator].” The accounts given by the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, contradict Goodell’s statement that he did not know precisely what had happened inside the elevator until he watched the TMZ Sports-released videotape on Monday morning.

 

So in what is quickly becoming a daily tradition here at Barstool, today’s Roger Goodell caught lying to everybody’s faces 10 seconds after he told the lie moment is that multiple sources claim Ray Rice told Goodell EXACTLY what happened in the elevator. Not that you needed to be told anyway, but it contradicts him saying it was ambiguous. This of course would also line up with Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome who also said Ray Rice told the truth about what happened in the elevator. This entire situation is turning into an exact repeat of when Costanza took the Rosses to the Hamptons.   It’s not just that everything Roger Goodell says is a lie at this point.  It’s the fact he knows that we know he’s lying and he just keeps digging deeper.  You wanna get nuts? Let’s get nuts!

 

The General Public: Another solarium?
Roger Goodell: Yes, two solariums. Quite a find…. And, I… have horses, too.
General Public: What are their names?
Roger Goodell: Snoopy and Prickly Pete…. Should I keep driving?