Roger Goodell wants Congress to standardize sports betting with at least 'four core principles,' but one stands out over the others

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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell wants Congress to oversee sports betting now that states are free to make it legal.

Goodell wants uniforms standards for sports betting that include at least "four core principles."

While three of the principles feel like no-brainers, it is the fourth principle that is going to receive a lot of pushback from casinos and sportsbooks.

The Supreme Court opened the door for widespread legalized sports gambling when it ruled that it should be up to individual states, but NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell still wants Congress involved to keep things under control, and one of his demands is going to get some pushback.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: NBA ref explains why the James Harden step-back jumper isn't travelingSee Also:Eagles player says Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft trash-talked the Eagles before the Super Bowl and it fueled his teamThe Supreme Court has overturned the federal ban on sports betting here's what that means for the immediate future of gambling in AmericaThe Carolina Panthers expected to sell for less than hoped due to the NFL's strict ownership requirements

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