NEW YORK (WKOW) -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league made a mistake in how it handled ticket sales for the playoffs that led to teams struggling to sellout postseason games.
The Packers, along with the Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals had problems selling out their stadiums.
Each team got extensions to sell the tickets and each got bailed out by a big company stepping up, Associated Bank for Green Bay.
Goodell said Friday the league should not have been in the position of playoff games having trouble selling out.
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