National Football League commissioner's wife was using anonymous tweets to defend him

National Football League commissioner's wife was using anonymous tweets to defend him

"It was a REALLY silly thing to do and done out of frustration-and love". I have a feeling she'll be back online soon with another account, but with a better strategy for staying in the shadows. As a former media member, I'm always bothered when coverage doesn't provide a complete and accurate picture of a story.

Goodell was a former Fox News daytime show host until she stepped down in 2010 to spend more time with family.

An example of the mysterious account standing up for Goodell took place earlier this month in response to an ESPN story chronicling the chaos that swept across the league when President Donald Trump went to war with anthem protesters. "He is already doing this". I have always passionately defended the hard-working guy I love-and I always will.

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The account settings were changed to private shortly after the WSJ article was published and as of Thursday evening the page appears to have been deleted entirely. She confirmed that she uses a fake twitter account to defend her husband. "You are behind", the account tweeted to NBC's @ProFootballTalk about solving the NFL's national anthem issues.

"Reads like press release from players' union. What board of directors in this country would all agree on this issue?"

Don't mess with her man! From Kate Upton sticking up for Justin Verlander not winning a Cy Young a year ago to Miko Grimes cheerleading for her husband, cornerback Brent Grimes, on social media, plenty of athletes have gotten a digital assist from their significant others. "None of those tweets have elicited replies, likes or retweets", adds the WSJ in a detail that caused me to nod grimly and involuntarily mutter "Same" even as I typed this sentence.

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