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Roger Goodell Makes It Clear The Rest Of The WTF Emails Won’t Be Released

David Hookstead Sports And Entertainment Editor
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Roger Goodell won’t release any messages related to the investigation into the Washington Football Team.

WTF’s workplace environment was the subject of a massive investigation, but the only person who went down was former Raiders coach Jon Gruden. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Seeing as how it looked like Gruden was deliberately targeted and taken out when his emails leaked, people have called for all the messages to come out. However, the NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said it’s not going to happen, according to ESPN.

“We’re very conscious of making sure we’re protecting those who came forward. That was a very high priority,” Goodell told the media after meeting with NFL owners Tuesday, according to the same ESPN report.

This is ridiculous and it’s utterly insane that fans aren’t out here revolting. How is Roger Goodell allowed to get away with not releasing all the emails.

Remember, the league is in possession of roughly 650,000 emails related to the investigation.

How is it possible that the only person dragged down in this situation was Gruden? That makes zero sense to anyone with a functioning brain.

It makes less than zero sense. We’re supposed to believe that 650,000 emails exist, but only Gruden’s are bad?

Yeah, I somehow doubt that, and that’s why we need to see everything.

Unfortunately, Goodell continues to act like a dictator who does whatever he wants. It’s outrageous and fans shouldn’t tolerate this nonsense.