The 2014 NFL draft is fast approaching, as Roger Goodell will call 32 players to the podium in the first round on May 8. By that time, teams will have made the majority of their free-agent decisions, and they'll be looking to fill their...Show More Summary
Lost in the news that Commissioner Roger Goodell received $44.1 million in compensation is the fact that outgoing NFL Network chief Steve Bornstein had a very good year, too. Via the Form 990 filed by the NFL, Bornstein received $26.144 million in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2013. That’s a huge increase over Bornstein’s…
The National Football League paid commissioner Roger Goodell over $40 million in the 2012 calendar year, Roger Goodell Earned $44.2 Million In 2012 - -
NEW YORK (AP) — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made $44.2 million in 2012, according to tax returns Goodell Made $44.2 Million In 2012 - -
What kind of crazy fucked up world do we live in where the head of a nonprofit makes $44.2 million a year? One in which a VC states that only those who pay taxes get to vote, and he who pays more gets more votes! Huh? I grew up in a middle class suburb. A […] The post Roger Goodell’s Pay appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
In an era of skyrocketing CEO compensation, many of us don't know what to make of the news that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell received $44 million in 2012 and a total of $73 million over the past two fiscal years. The numbers are beyond...Show More Summary
Last year around this time, many people were shocked —and downright depressed —to learn that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made nearly $30 million during the previous fiscal year. If you were one of those people, it's probably timeShow More Summary
The NFL commissioner's job is hard. You have to train all year, hope to make a team because your contract isn't guaranteed, all to hopefully avoid concussions and any other major injuries slamming into super-sized human beings on Sundays. Wait, wait. Show More Summary
Commissioner Roger Goodell made $44.2 million last year. But he didn’t actually make $44.2 million. In actuality, he earned $35.1 million in salary, bonus, and pension compensation for the one-year period (ending March 31, 2013) covered by the Form 1099, filed by all tax-exempt organizations. The compensation also includes a $5 million incentive payment and…
The NFL tells SportsBusiness Daily that commissioner Roger Goodell was paid $44.2 million for the 12 months ending March 31, 2013. For an inappropriate yet telling comparison, that is more than any football player has ever been paid—and almost exactly twice as much as the current highest AAV contract will pay Aaron Rodgers next season. Read more...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had a very good year. According to a report, he pulled down $35.1 million in 2013.
The NFL continues making money at ridiculous rates, so it stands to reason they’d spread it around. According to Daniel Kaplan of Sports Business Daily, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made $44.2 million in the 12-month span that ended March 31, 2013. That includes $9.1 million in deferred pension and bonus earned the previous year. This…
Ted Wells, the independent investigator assigned by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to look into the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito hazing case with the Miami Dolphins, has released his findings in the case. And they are shocking, to...Show More Summary
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher did not need a list of references from Gregg Williams before officially hiring him earlier this week, but received an unexpected endorsement. Williams was slated to join St. Louis’ coaching staff in 2012. Show More Summary
If the Goodell family has anything to do with it, Michael Sam would be welcome in the NFL next fall. The time for acceptance has arrived, Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, said Wednesday night, and Sam would be the NFL’s first openly gay player. “Good for him,” Goodell said (via NFL spokesman Greg Aiello on […]
We’ve heard a variety of ideas about what to do regarding the extra point after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that the league was considering eliminating the one-point tries from the game entirely. Many of those suggestions have come from kickers, including one from Jets kicker Nick Folk. Folk thinks the league should explore adding…
The controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins' mascot name has not led to a change as of yet, but the debate is ongoing and now congressmen in the nation's capital are getting involved. As reported by The Washington Post, Senator...Show More Summary
Two members of Congress are pressuring Roger Goodell on the Redskins name.
In a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, two lawmakers urge the NFL to support changing the team's name. [ more › ]
By TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) have authored a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, urging Goodell and the league to support changing the name of the Washington Redskins. Cantwell, chair of the Indian Affairs Committee – the panel that helped drive the investigation into […]