NFL Exec Wants $50 Million Per Year And Jet For Life

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Where do we go to apply for jobs like this?

Roger Goodell, the Commissioner of the National Football League wants a teeny, tiny little raise. He’s in negotiations with the NFL now, and is demanding a pay raise from his current $30 million per year up to $49.5 million, a raise of 19.5 million dollars per year.

In addition, Goodell is also asking the NFL to provide him a private jet for LIFE, and even lifetime health insurance for him and his entire family. That’s not too much to ask, right?

Some team owners say they don’t make that much, and it’s too much to pay the commissioner.

The new contract is currently going through the “approval process.”

Goodell, 58, has been on the job as NFL Commissioner since 2006, when he replaced Paul Tagiabue, who earned a top salary of a mere $8 million per year.


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