NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell poses for photographers at the conclusion of a news conference ahead of Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix, Ariz., on Friday. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)

Roger Goodell said a lot of things in his “State of the NFL” press conference on Friday, but one statement in particular raised the eyebrows of several reporters listening in.

“I’m available to the media almost every day of my job,” Goodell said, to which several high-profile sports journalists collectively replied, “Wait, WHAT?!”

Because according to several media voices, that’s emphatically not true. Twitter lit up almost immediately with examples.

From ESPN Don Van Natta Jr., Kevin Van Valkenburg and Jim Trotter:

From The New York Post’s Bart Hubbuch:

From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Jeff Schultz:

From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s Art Thiel:

From the Providence Journal’s Mark Daniels:

From the New Jersey Record’s Art Stapleton:

From the Chicago Sun’s Patrick Finley:

To Finley’s point: If NBC, which will air the Super Bowl on Sunday, can’t score a few minutes with the NFL Commissioner, who really can? Sports Illustrated “kid reporter” Logan Glick’s got a bright future.