We are one step closer, two or three steps closer, you can characterize it however you wantLos Angeles close to be reutrning to NFL Nov 11, 2005
There are many reasons for this decision, including recognizing that the overwhelming priority for public and private resources in Louisiana and the Gulf Coast region in the weeks ahead must be the essential needs of the public and the restoration of the area's infrastructureSaints-Giants game relocated Sep 02, 2005
Under our current program, more than 9,000 tests for steroids and other prohibited substances are conducted each yearNFL steroids hearings produce little fire Apr 27, 2005
What matters is two teams left LA and we want to get back thereTagliabue sees LA team by 2010 Feb 04, 2005
What matters is we get this right. We want to get it done within this decade and when we do it we want it to stay thereTagliabue sees LA team by 2010 Feb 04, 2005
Paul John Tagliabue (born November 24, 1940) is a former Commissioner of the National Football League. He took the position in 1989 and was succeeded by Roger Goodell, who was elected to the position on August 8, 2006. Tagliabue's retirement took effect on September 1, 2006. He had previously served as a lawyer for the NFL.
Tagliabue was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, the third of four sons born to Charles and May Tagliabue. He received an athletic scholarship to play basketball at Georgetown University and was captain of the 1961-1962 team. He graduated in 1962 as president of his senior class, a Rhodes Scholar finalist and a Dean's List graduate.
Tagliabue graduated from New York University School of Law in 1965. He has received honorary degrees from Colgate University and Northeastern University.