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The head of the National Football League, Commissioner Roger Goodell, speaks at 92nd Street Y for the first time. In the midst of the NFL playoffs and just weeks before the Super Bowl takes place in the New York area, Goodell opens up about the league’s changes, challenges and place in American culture. Former chief AP White House Correspondent Ben Feller moderates.

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