The Governor of Louisiana, John Bel Edwards, received a response from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
Roger Goodell said the league will once again look at the immediate reiteration and possible changes to this offseason. "The game is not led by robots," he said. "It will not be." Nick Robey-Coleman, Rams Cornerback, says he has received "one or two" death threats from frustrated Saints fans in social media after the NFC Championship Game.
Rage over a No- The reputation in the NFC championship game has been disappointing for Saints coach Sean Payton, who left his "cave" almost two weeks later.
"I understand your personal disappointment and the disappointment and frustration of the fans of Saints across the country," Goodell wrote in the letter. "As you know, the acting officer said immediately after the game that he was I should have demanded a fine for the game in question, and I expressed the same view to Ms. Benson and Coach Payton and to my January 30 press conference. "
Goodell said the League's rules prevented him from overthrowing the outcome of the game and he believed that it would be wrong for him to do that.
He added that the rules for the league's game rules will be reviewed to determine if there should be a change that would allow a review of calls and non-calls of penalties in the field.
Goodell said his response to the governor's January 22 letter