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Roger Goodell visits Broncos headquarters

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The Commish was in town. 

Roger Goodell visited the Broncos facilities on Thursday evening and weighed in on a host of topics at a fan forum with John Elway, Von Miller, Emmanuel Sanders flanking him. 

He spoke on the Broncos ownership structure since Pat Bowlen's alzheimer's diagnosis. 

"They are being very well run and our membership is very happy with it right now," Goodell said. "It's consistent with how Pat wanted it run - Pat had outlined it exactly the way it's run." 

And then he clarified the NFL's stance on players using Marijuana as a method to reduce pain. 

"How we can implement that in an an effective and safe fashion and if there really is the kind of advancements and it can address pain management in an effective and safe fashion," Goodell added. "That's something that I assume will get a lot of discussion and hopefully a lot of research and medical opinions that can help us make the best decision."

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