NEW ORLEANS (AP) - NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made light of the reception he’s gotten in New Orleans, where he is unpopular with Saints fans because of the bounty scandal.
In a more serious vein, he said that while he gets comments from fans around town, everyone in New Orleans has been receptive and that the city is a great place to have a Super Bowl.
He said he welcomes the passion of fans supporting the team and that they are a big part of the game.
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