12:49 PM PT -- Goodell says he has never personally been involved in a domestic violence situation.
12:43 PM PT -- "I believe I have the support of the owners. That is clear to me."
12:38 PM PT -- Goodell refuses to tell the media what Ray Rice told the NFL after his arrest and how it differed from what we saw on the elevator video.
12:31 PM PT -- Goodell says he has NOT considered resigning. He thinks he should stay in power because "I acknowledged my mistake."
12:26 PM PT -- Goodell is now taking questions ...
12:25 PM PT -- "We will implement new conduct policies ... my goal is to implement this by the Super Bowl."
12:21 PM PT -- The NFL has partnered with the National Domestic Violence hotline and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.
12:20 PM PT -- Goodell has acknowledged he screwed up in the Ray Rice case -- but didn't explain HOW or WHY he got things wrong.
12:17 PM PT -- "Over the past several weeks, we have see all to much of the NFL doing wrong, that starts with me."
"The same mistakes cannot be repeated."
12:15 PM PT -- TWO MINUTE WARNING!!!
12:11 PM PT -- Still waiting ...
12:00 PM PT -- An NFL official just came out and said he'd give a "Two minute warning" right before Goodell is set to speak.
11:51 AM PT -- The room is buzzing ... there are roughly 80 to 100 members of the media waiting for Goodell.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is minutes away from addressing the media at a news conference in NYC about the scandals in the NFL -- and we'll be livestreaming the entire thing.
The news conference is set to begin at 12pm PT -- and Goodell is expected to take questions from the media about everything from Ray Rice to Adrian Peterson and Jonathan Dwyer.
Up to this point, Goodell had only spoken with CBS.
Right now, NFL officials are setting up the conference room and the media is starting to gather in front of the podium.
Stay tuned ...