Roger Goodell's Wife Defended Him Through A Now-Deleted Anonymous Twitter Account

Paola Ditto
Ottobre 13, 2017

Jane Skinner Goodell, the wife of National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell apparently has a stealth Twitter account that she uses to fire back at those who criticize her husband on social media, according to Andrew Beaton of The Wall Street Journal.

She also replied to ProFootballTalk one time for saying that Goodell needed to take responsibility for resolving player protests. "(D Smith sounds like D Trump with the inaccurate firebombs)". I'm also a wife and a mom.

The Journal was able to deduce who was behind the account thanks in part to the accounts it followed (some related to the Goodells' children's school, for instance) and Mrs. Goodell copped to being the author when asked.

Goodell's wife coming to his digital defense is nothing new in sports and media, though it is embarrassing.

The account, which used the display name "Jones smith" and had no followers or photo, has since been deleted.

Wives and girlfriends of pro athletes have never been shy about standing up for their famous husbands online.

When reached by the paper, she admitted that the account belonged to her.

It was just a few weeks ago when Kevin Durant got exposed for having a secret Twitter and Instagram account to trash-talk his haters, who have had plenty to say about him.

"It was a REALLY silly thing to do and done out of frustration-and love." she wrote, per the Wall Street Journal.

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