Because the NFL no longer operates as a tax-exempt trade association, the league does not have to publicly disclose Roger Goodell’s compensation.
That doesn’t mean Roger Goodell’s pay can’t be privately disclosed. The N.F.L. commissioner’s compensation for 2019-20 and 2020-21, bolstered by bonuses for closing labor and media rights deals, was disclosed to team owners in a private meeting.
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New York Times reports that Goodell made $128 million in the two-year period covering 2019-20 and 2020-21. Per the report, bonuses for completing a new labor deal and new TV contracts bolstered the total.
“The nine-figure combination of salary, bonuses and other benefits made Goodell one of the highest-paid executives in the country, and the disclosure of the deal comes at a time when he has been criticized for his handling of numerous thorny issues, including the investigation into widespread workplace harassment at the Washington Football Team.”
— Ken Belson (@el_belson) October 29, 2021
Goodell was elected NFL commissioner in 2006 as Paul Tagliabue’s replacement. He signed a five-year extension in 2017.
What a gig.