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NFL Commish Roger Goodell Is Forgoing His Salary
© Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
In response to the pandemic, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has voluntarily requested to forego his salary...
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Of course, Goodell is BY FAR the highest-paid sports league commissioner ... with the NBA's Adam Silver and MLB's Rob Manfred making somewhere near $10 million a year, according to reports.

FYI -- Goodell's base salary is reportedly around $20 million ... but can double with incentives.

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HalfCocked50 months
You guys realize he'll just get them to take it back on when they resume right? Instead of $20 mill he'll get $25mill a year for 4 years. Not to mention a pretty genius tax advantage. Think about it in your head and you'll figure it out.
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Rex Feral50 months
Empty gestures
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CanebreakCajun50 months
That’s not empty. That’s 3.5 million a month based on last years compensation
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HubbaBubba50 months
He should take a job cut. NOBODY likes this guy.
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TFH50 months
Apparently the owners like him
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DeafVallyBatnR50 months
How long has he been commish? So what he doesn't make 20 million one year. He will probably get a raise next year by 5 million and make it back in 4 years.
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Champagne50 months
Good to see the guy admit that he's worthless.
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uptowntiger8450 months
He will make it up 10 fold with signing an extension. and no one should have to take a pay cut. The entire league could be paid and it's a drop in the bucket for the owners in the grand scheme of things.
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GoneFishing2150 months
He did very to. He volunteered to
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saints502150 months
Hope he fricking chokes on a dick and dies in a ditch.
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OldNo.750 months
He’s still overpaid
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idlewatcher50 months
lol trying to set a trend, yet the players are going to say "meh, screw that noise"
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