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  1. blackglass3

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    Anyone know what time anything is going down tomorrow? I am imagining Goodell's press conference will get Clemens/McNamee like exposure, and Specter's most likely will as well.
     
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    In the morning. I think the earliest Goodell's press conference could be is at 9:30 am but it's supposed to be in the am. Walsh is getting there at 7 or 7:30.
     
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    Might be as early as 9 a.m. tomorrow for Goodell and at 3:30 p.m. for Specter. I can only imagine how different these two pressers will be. You can almost guarantee that Specter will call out Goodell again and reveal something that Goodell didn't address at his press conference. Unfortunately, Specter will be unable to get his precious Beagles a Super Bowl ring as Walsh wasn't with the Patriots at the time. :(
     
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    I can already predict the tone of both press conferences. Goodell's will be that Walsh has revealed nothing new and the saga is pretty much over while Specter will state that Walsh raises new questions about the Patriots that need to be explored far more closely.

    My guess is Wednesday that the NYT will come out with a sensational piece about how the story cannot go away and questions need to be answered. Mike Fish over at ESPN will have almost the same exact story.
     
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    I'm thinking the offensive signals taping will be key in the ESPN, NYT and Specter coverage even after Goodell says that it is nothing that the NFL didn't already know. Specter and Fish are going to try and keep SpyGate alive whereas everyone else will tire of it.

    Wonder how Tomase will address the Super Bowl walkthrough flub? He completely ignored it in his last article about the press conference.
     
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    Goodell should have another press conference after Specter's just so the Senator doesn't have the last sayso in this thing.
     
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    Walsh - Goodell meeting plan

    Found this in case you're interrested, Most if it we alreayd knew but the times are there for you.

     
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