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Entertainment & Sports

Jun. 18, 2024

NFL commissioner tells court the league had no control over ‘Sunday Ticket’ pricing

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, brought by the defense, gave testimony on day eight of the NFL's antitrust trial.

LOS ANGELES — The National Football League “never” had control over the pricing of the “Sunday Ticket” package following a 2002 renewal of its contract with DirectTV, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told a federal courtroom during testimony Monday.

Goodell, who has served as commissioner since 2006 and has been involved with league operations for 42 years, also denied that there was anything secret about its broadcast strategy, which include...

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