Knock-Knock: Is NFL, Roger Goodell Paying Attention To World Cup?

June 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell needs to pay very close attention to what is happening half way around the world in South Africa.
The lead up to the worlds biggest sporting event has made its point: injuries can and will occur. This concept can not go unheard in the NFL offices and they ought to move quickly to set up a better system for the preseason.
World wide today nations are left with agonizing feeling that the past four years leading up to the tournament was a waste. From the small to the huge, from the underdog to the favorites it appears no team is safe from the injury bug in South Africa.
Didier Drogba, Rio Ferdinand, Arjen Robben, Andrea Pirlo, John Obi Mikel, Michael Essien and Michael Ballack are some of the biggest names who will not take part of this cup due to pre-tournament injuries and/or late season injuries during their club seasons.
This is the equivalent of an Adrian Peterson, Chris Johnson, Brandon Marshall and even a Tom Brady and Brett Farve...

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