Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Roger Goodell Reportedly Demanding $50 Million Per Year, Lifetime Private Jet

Dual reports centering on the most contentious commissioner in American sports were released Sunday, one far less kind to Goodell than the other. Next step: Leak to the media what Goodell is looking for.

According to news from ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen, Goodell is supposedly asking for a $50 million annual salary and a private jet for life from league owners.

Goodell has been the league's commissioner since 2006 and his current contract is approximately $30 million in salary a year.

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"That number for Roger just seems too much", the owner said.

Even if the unnamed owner (Jones?) isn't Jones, the unnamed owner comes from a distinct minority of four or five.

NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said Thursday that negotiations will continue despite the lawsuit threat and that the league has already authorized the committee to make an extension of Goodell's contract. "It's offensive. It's unseemly". And in this case, the committee would object because owners voted unanimously to empower the committee to work out a Goodell extension last spring, and one owner source said the six committee members have gone back to their fellow owners "a minimum of two additional times this year" to update them and gauge their reactions.

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ESPN cited sources with the figures for the contract extension Goodell has proposed to the NFL's Competition Committee.

Jones wants Goodell's contract to be approved by the full ownership group. "He has said he's committed to it". Or better yet, the League could take that money that from Roger Goodell's paycheck and instead use it to start some type of charitable fund for Veterans and their families. "He feels there are important issues he has to deal with".

This was also the same call where Texans owner Bob McNair referred to the protesting players as "inmates", which resulted in heavy backlash. Heck, Jones reportedly hired this high-profile lawyer in an attempt to block a Goodell extension. "It's just killing the game", the owner told ESPN.

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