Roger Goodell has to step up – Stephen A. on the changes the NFL needs to make | First Take

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Roger Goodell has to step up – Stephen A. on the changes the NFL needs to make | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Marcus Spears discuss what changes the NFL needs to make as the NFLPA petitions for the NFL to release all emails from the Washington Football Team’s investigation.

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