On the Friday ESPN Radio broadcast of “Mike and Mike,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league will be working to “get the right policies and the right laws in place” in North Carolina in response to the state’s “bathroom law.”
“[O]ur position on discrimination is very clear. We were very open that, in Georgia, when they were — the governor was considering signing a bill that that could impact our decision on a future Super Bowl. We do have a league meeting in Carolina in a couple weeks. It will be a one-day meeting. And we have a team operating there. And we want — we feel like we should be there, as a league, and as a team, and try to work to try to get the right policies and the right laws in place, and we will do that,” Goodell stated.