So you're ready for some football?
Just think how NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell feels.
For the second consecutive season, the league is kicking off the year under an ominous cloud. A year ago it was Ray Rice and domestic violence that dominated the headlines. Now, it's the NFL getting slapped down in the Tom Brady suspension case in federal court, and the dueling reports Tuesday that the league went easy on the New England Patriots eight years ago for allegedly spying on opponents.
For the folks at the NFL's headquarters on Park Avenue, football can't arrive soon enough.
The season begins Thursday night when the Patriots, defending Super Bowl champions, play...