NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's massive contract extension, rumored to be over $100 billion!
Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, has received a three-year contract extension until March 2027.
Goodell expressed that the extension process was straightforward and quick.
He expressed his honor in continuing his role as commissioner.
Goodell has been serving as the league's commissioner since 2006.
The financial details of Goodell's new deal are not disclosed, but it's expected to be incentive-based.
This extension is anticipated to be the most lucrative ever offered to a commissioner in any sport due to the NFL's financial success.
Goodell reportedly earned $63.9 million for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons.
The announcement of the extension was made by the NFL's compensation committee.
Goodell emphasized the importance of improving the NFL and making it a global sport.
He highlighted the need to address challenges and seize opportunities for the league.
This is the fourth extension for Goodell, who took over as commissioner in 2006.
Goodell started his NFL career as an administrative intern in 1982.
Under his leadership, the NFL has achieved labor peace and secured lucrative media rights deals.
The value of NFL teams has significantly increased during Goodell's tenure.
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