Roger Goodell Speaks with Bengals Season Ticket Holders

It was time Wednesday for Bengals season tickets holders to have their questions answered by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who spent time telling those that listened that the owners and players have to get back to negotiations.

Commissioner Roger Goodell told Cincinnati Bengals season tickets holders on Wednesday that “not enough negotiation is going on.”

Goodell is convinced the owners and players can settle their differences if they can get out of the courtroom.

The NFL’s labor dispute was the most popular topic Wednesday during a conference call that lasted more than a half-hour. Goodell has done similar question-and-answer sessions with ticket holders of other teams.

The league has locked out the players as part of their dispute over a collective bargaining agreement. A federal appeals court has scheduled a June 3 hearing on whether the lockout should be allowed to continue.

“It’s more litigation right now and I think that’s unfortunate,” Goodell said. “I think we need to get back to negotiations because that’s how this will get settled.”

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