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Roger Goodell Says Player Safety Is No. 1 Issue Facing NFL
Published November 15, 2012
He also touched on the fan experience: "The first indicator of that is attendance, and attendance is up. … I think people feel safe in the stadiums. When I go out and talk to the fans at the stadiums, they like the experience. They do identify things they want more of like technology, being able to bring the ‘RedZone’ into the stadium on their own devices. That still has not been solved on a technology standpoint but we’re making progress on it" (“Mike and Mike in the Morning,” ESPN2, 11/15).