Goodell bashing abounds at Super Bowl

New Orleans fans have not put out the welcome mat for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, who won't be served in at least 10 restaurants in the Super Bowl host city.

FILE - In this May 22, 2012 file photo, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addresses the media during an NFL football new conference in Atlanta. Forget the hated Falcons, the biggest football enemy to fans in the Big Easy is Goodell. The Superdome will rock with boos for the commish, who suspended the Saints' beloved coach Sean Payton (among others) for all of last season for his role in the team's bounty scandal. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

FILE - In this May 22, 2012 file photo, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addresses the media during an NFL football new conference in Atlanta. Forget the hated Falcons, the biggest football enemy to fans in the Big Easy is Goodell. The Superdome will rock with boos for the commish, who suspended the Saints' beloved coach Sean Payton (among others) for all of last season for his role in the team's bounty scandal. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

A photograph of NFL football commissioner Roger Goodell, top right, is posted on the door of the Coop's Place restaurant, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, in New Orleans, La. New Orleans is preparing for the NFL football Super Bowl on Sunday and several restaurants have posted signs against serving Goodell. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

A photo of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is seen on a dartboard inside the Parkview Tavern in New Orleans, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. New Orleans is celebrating the return of New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton after a season's NFL banishment as a result of the “Bountygate” scandal. But the good feeling does not extend to Goodell, who suspended Payton and other key players and coaches last year in the alleged pay-for-pain scheme. He is being ridiculed here with a vehemence usually reserved for the city's multitude of scandal-scarred politicians. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

A photo of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is seen on a dartboard inside the Parkview Tavern in New Orleans, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. New Orleans is celebrating the return of New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton after a season's NFL banishment as a result of the “Bountygate” scandal. But the good feeling does not extend to Goodell, who suspended Payton and other key players and coaches last year in the alleged pay-for-pain scheme. He is being ridiculed here with a vehemence usually reserved for the city's multitude of scandal-scarred politicians.(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

A sign critical of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell hangs on the wall inside Finn McCool's Pub in New Orleans, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. New Orleans is celebrating the return of New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton after a season's NFL banishment as a result of the “Bountygate” scandal. But the good feeling does not extend to Goodell, who suspended Payton and other key players and coaches last year in the alleged pay-for-pain scheme. He is being ridiculed here with a vehemence usually reserved for the city's multitude of scandal-scarred politicians. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)