On the overturned Saints' players suspensions: He said he would meet with the suspended players "once he gets all the facts" and said that in the past, the players "came in for hearings, but didn't participate."
On RGIII: "He can do a lot of things, he's an exciting player, but he'd be the first to tell you it's only one game. I think he's an exciting player but he's also a fantastic young man. This community will be excited to have him leading the Redskins. He's the kind of guy you want to see succeed."
On whether Tebowmania has died down: "Not in New York it hasn't. I think there's a tremendous amount of interest. He can contribute in so many different ways to the team. I think he's a winner. He proved that in college. He picked the Broncos up on his back last year."
On how to make tailgating better: "To me it, it starts with making it safer. When you go to a stadium, you want to feel safe. When you're rooting for the other team, you want to feel safe. You want to wear your jersey and shout for them and make it clear where your loyalties are without having a beer thrown at you or without having a negative experience."
On why TV blackouts still persist: "Well, because it's worked, very simply. We're the only league to stay on free television, we've grown in popularity. 96 percent of games are sold out, so we're doing pretty well, it's been a nice balance between getting people into stadiums and remaining on free television."
On whether he'll ever run for elected office: "No"
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