Unidentified Hall of Famer tells 'ESPN The Magazine' of commissioner's greatest fear.
If you caught Sunday's "Outside the Lines" episode, you saw a 30-minute discussion about the performance of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in anticipation of Don Van Natta Jr.'s profile in this week's ESPN The Magazine. For our purposes,...Show More Summary
It might not surprise you to know that the NFL players really seem to dislike commissioner Roger Goodell. It also might not shock you to realize that the owners, who are still doing quite handsomely in these economic times, really seem to enjoy having Goodell as their commissioner.
Most NFL players say they disapprove of the way Commissioner Roger Goodell does his job, and there’s a vocal contingent of NFL fans who disapprove of Goodell as well. But there’s little doubt that with the NFL in better financial shape than ever, Goodell’s bosses are happy with the work he’s doing. Those bosses are…
Life is not easy for the Commissioner of the National Football League, Roger Goodell. There is no doubting that fact. He also happens to be in possession of a computer hard drive that any sports journalist would jump at the chance to analyze. Show More Summary
The NFL is committed, ardently devoted really, to putting a team in London, but judging by these young Brits, Roger Goodell has his work cut out for him. Still, they get props for not smirking when asked to define “tight … Continue reading ?
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has made no bones about the fact that he wants to push for an 18-game regular season schedule. While on one hand, the league is moving towards trying to make the game safer while the league is also wanting to add more games to the regular season schedule. It all comes [...]
There was predictable outrage when news broke that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made nearly $30 million in total compensation during 2011. Digging deeper into the situation reveals Goodell has more than earned his paycheck, however large or ridiculous it may seem on the surface. Show More Summary
It’s Roger Goodell’s wet dream to get an NFL franchise in London, so we all better start getting used to the idea of a British influence on the NFL. Is [...] The post NFL Logos With A Wee Touch Of The Brit appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
Union leader Domonique Foxworth says NFL players don't trust Roger Goodell because of the Saints bounty case, in particular
On Friday, we learned that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made $29.5 million in 2011. But how did we come into this information? Did Rog leave his pay stubs lying around company headquarters? Was it leaked to make him look bad? No and no.
It included $22.3 million in bonuses.
Yesterday, we mentioned that Roger Goodell's salary jump from two years ago had been released to the public via the NFL's public tax return, filed at the end of this week. His salary increased from roughly $11.6 million in 2010 to a take-home of $29.49 million in 2011, much of it in bonuses for unknown benchmarks. Show More Summary
If you are Roger Goodell, life is good these days. You are married to the attractive former Fox News anchor, Jane Skinner. You preside over the most successful sports league in the world. And, oh by the way, the pay isn’t bad either. According to Sportsbusinessdaily.com, Goodell made nearly $30 million dollars in 2011. The [...]
Roger Goodell received $29m in compensation from the NFL last year, a salary that tripled from 2011. NFL owners almost tripled the commissioner’s compensation for the 2011 tax year. The raise made Goodell the highest paid commissioner in US sports. The League’s most recent tax return, for the year beginning April 1, 2011 an ending [...]Show More Summary
Lost in the fact that Commissioner Roger Goodell’s compensation skyrocketed from $11.6 million in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2001 to nearly $30 million over the next 12 months is the reality that NFL Network boss Steve Bornstein took a major haircut. According to Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Journal, Bornstein made only (only?) $5.7…
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is rich. Very rich. Not only is Goodell possibly the most powerful man in the sport, he could be one of the richest, as ESPN’s Darren Rovell reports Goodell took home a whopping $30 million in 2011. “The NFL is the most successful and best-managed sports league in the world,” Falcons [...]
After negotiating lockout that year, commish received a $22.3 bonus.
National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell nearly tripled his compensation in 2011, earning just under $30 million during that calendar year, according to a report from Daniel Kaplan in the SportsBusiness Daily. According to Kaplan, Goodell earned $11.6 million in overall compensation during 2010. Show More Summary
The players might be split in their opinion of Roger Goodell, but the owners absolutely love him, nearly tripling his compensation in 2011 to $29.49 million for 2011. It's very good to be the commish. Sports Business Daily reports NFL owners granted Goodell a pay bump that made him the highest-paid commissioner in sports. Show More Summary