NFL commissioner's wife was using anonymous tweets to defend him

NFL commissioner's wife was using anonymous tweets to defend him

Jane Skinner Goodell called the Tweets "a really silly thing to do", but said she only did it out of frustration and love.

In one case @forargument slammed Pro Football Talk warning the site to "do better reporting" and insisting that the site was "behind" the real news about the commissioner. "As a former media member, I'm always bothered when the coverage doesn't provide a complete and accurate picture of a story".

Unfortunately, if you log on to Twitter, you won't be able to find Mrs. Goodell's account, because she chose to shut it down.

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Goodell's wife, who is a former broadcast journalist with Fox News, has also taken aim at WSJ columnist Jason Gay and other sportswriters, according to the Journal. She confirmed that she uses a fake twitter account to defend her husband. "He is already doing this". On Sept. 26, @ProFootballTalk, the Twitter account for the popular NBCSportsblog, tweeted that it was "on the commissioner" to solve the anthem issues.

"Reads like press release from players' union. What board of directors in this country would all agree on this issue?" to the Wall Street Journal, referring to an article about disagreement among NFL owners regarding national anthem protests. Watching people constantly mock the man you love must be tough, so you can't blame her for wanting to fight back. From Kate Upton sticking up for Justin Verlander not winning a Cy Young past year to Miko Grimes cheerleading for her husband, cornerback Brent Grimes, on social media, plenty of athletes have gotten a digital assist from their significant others. The account had a very small following, and none of the tweets ever got a like, retweet or reply.

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