As the NFL world waits in anticipation for the Super Bowl, the bombshells continue to drop surrounding Brian Flores and his accusations of racial discrimination within the league.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has responded in earnest, sending a message to all the club presidents and chief executives across all 32 franchises.

“We have made significant efforts to promote diversity and adopted numerous policies and programs which have produced positive change in many areas, however we must acknowledge that particularly with respect to head coaches the results have been unacceptable,” admitted the NFL commissioner in his league-wide memo. “We will reevaluate and examine all policies, guidelines and initiatives relating to diversity, equity and inclusion, including as they relate to gender.”

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The NFL will reportedly retain help from “outside experts” in order to conduct its review of current policies and strategies while also soliciting input from diverse members of its current a former players, coaches, and other advocates.

The accusations of bribery in order to tank games made by both Brian Flores and former Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson, who has since backtracked on his comments, are said to be up for review “thoroughly and independently”.

The NFL season is nearing its end as the Super Bowl remains a week away. But the Brian Flores-sparked saga is clearly far from over.