Chris Cornell was an awesome musician, synonymous with Seattle grunge as the front man for Soundgarden and two supergroups, Temple of the Dog and Audioslave. His death at age 52 is heartbreaking to a generation of hard rock lovers who grew up listening to his hauntingly unique lead vocals.
The Seahawks also lost one of their loudest fans Thursday. There was no doubt that Cornell was the coolest among those fans.
Roger Goodell listened to his players this time, but more accurately he listened to a former player. With that player being more well-versed in celebrations than most.
Chad Johnson, of all people, says the commissioner asked him how he should amend the league’s rules.
“I had talked to Roger a couple of times at length, maybe two or three times before the rule change came out,” Johnson said on the Be Opinionated! podcast. “He asked my advice on what he could do to be able to loosen the reins on the celebration rule but, at the same time, maintain the respect of the game.
“I said there’s a fine line and you have to find a way to find the balance and be able to let the players have fun and be themselves without losing the integrity of the game as well.”
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