Chiefs Fans Get to Question Goodell, Hunt
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- During a question-and-answer session with Kansas City Chiefs fans, a woman demanded to know how NFL commissioner Roger Goodell expected players to stay in shape during the lockout.
Another season ticket holder complained to Chiefs owner Clark Hunt that parking prices at games were too high -- and Hunt was placed in the awkward position of telling him parking fees are actually going up.
All in all, the 30-minute teleconference between Chiefs ticketholders and Goodell and Hunt produced no fireworks and no breaking news. Goodell has conducted similar teleconferences with several other teams during the labor dispute which seen negotiations break down and the courts get involved.