Sherrod Brown still is on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell about the league's blackout policy, which was recently amended. Teams now can opt into a deal where blackouts can be lifted as long as 85% of tickets are sold, though teams that opt in would lose a significant amount of revenue on tickets sold above that 85% threshold if they do make that choice. Sen. Brown doesn't like the latter portion of the new rule, and continues to badger Goodell about it.

Of course, the Cleveland Browns passed on the new blackout rule, so Sen. Brown's usage of the Browns in his continuous barrage against Goodell is a bit puzzling.

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