- The NFL’s Compensation Committee reportedly agreed to a new contract for Commissioner Roger Goodell.
- Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio reported the deal had a “nearly unanimous consensus” among NFL owners.
- The Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had been leading a coalition to block an extension for Goodell out of recent displeasure with Goodell’s tenure.
The NFL’s Compensation Committee has “executed” a new contract for Commissioner Roger Goodell, according to Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio. The extension will keep Goodell in the role through 2024.
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