Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, talks to the media at Wake Forest High School on Sept. 10, 2014. Goodell observed practice, talked to the players and took questions from the media. He was here to promote the NFL's Heads Up program. Wake County Schools is the first system in the country to adopt Heads Up, the NFL's player safety program. He also took questions about the Ray Rice incident.
Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, talks to the media at Wake Forest High School on Sept. 10, 2014. Goodell observed practice, talked to the players and took questions from the media. He was here to promote the NFL's Heads Up program. Wake County Schools is the first system in the country to adopt Heads Up, the NFL's player safety program. He also took questions about the Ray Rice incident. cseward@newsobserver.com
Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, talks to the media at Wake Forest High School on Sept. 10, 2014. Goodell observed practice, talked to the players and took questions from the media. He was here to promote the NFL's Heads Up program. Wake County Schools is the first system in the country to adopt Heads Up, the NFL's player safety program. He also took questions about the Ray Rice incident. cseward@newsobserver.com

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