Saturday marks the one-year anniversary of Roger Goodell’s last tweet, but luckily we got a peek at his drafts folder.
Saturday marks the one-year anniversary of Roger Goodell’s last tweet, and what a year it’s been.
Goodell has never been much of a tweeter. The things he posted were usually just press releases that could fit in 140 characters, but they came to a grinding halt after Sept. 5, 2014.
The Ray Rice video came out a few days later and Adrian Peterson got arrested for child abuse shortly after that, so it was probably best for Roger to lay low on social media.
That’s a shame, though. There have been so many things worth tweeting about in the past 12 months, from the Seahawks’ Super Bowl blunder to the finale of Mad Men, and Goodell was missing out on all those sweet RTs and favs. Luckily for us, we got a sneak peek at Goodell’s drafts folder. Let’s check them out.