NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Visits Bears Training Camp, Talks About Some League Issues

The Chicago Bears have been busy preparing for the upcoming NFL season during their training camp activities at Olivet Nazarene University, and on Wednesday NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stopped by to meet with players, staff and fans as part of his four-site training camp tour prior to the Hall of Fame game.

Larry Mayer of ChicagoBears.com got the chance to speak with Goodell in a one-on-one setting about various issues across the league, including player safety measures, the league's rising popularity and even some recent criticisms from NFL players, so here is what he had to say:

Is Goodell excited about Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall, Matt Forte and a re-tooled Bears offense? Honestly, he didn't address the topic. Hopefully the Bears will force him to take notice in the very near future.

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