By By Ian R. Rapoport, Boston Herald
At the dais in front of 2,390 graduates of UMass-Lowell, Roger Goodell spoke without a prepared speech. The NFL commissioner didn’t need a teleprompter to tell this story.
It was a tale he had lived for most of his 51 years, lessons he hoped would inspire those in attendance to remember their commencement speaker better than he remembered his.
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