Did Roger Goodell Blink First?

Did Roger Goodell Blink First?

Minneapolis : MN : USA | Aug 31, 2012 at 12:30 PM PDT
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I always thought that talks between the NFL and the NFLRA (NFL Referees Association) would resume based on who blinked first. It looks like the NFL and Roger Goodell blinked first. Sources say that the NFL and the NFLRA are meeting today. That's good news. Maybe now the regular officials will start game 1 of the 2012 NFL regular season.
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