sport news Roger Goodell is 'expected to finalize multi-year contract extension' at NFL ... trends now
The NFL Commissioner is expected to continue in his role for multiple years to come with a new deal set to be ratified at an NFL owners meeting next week.
Goodell, who has been the league's top dog since 2006, is 'expected to finalize a multi-year contract extension' in Phoenix next week, with NFL owners content to keep him on according to Adam Schefter.
Per the report, Goodell will be receiving a incentive-laden deal but one far from without reward.
He is set to receive 'the most lucrative deal ever given to any commissioner in any sport.'
Goodell has already received three contract extensions during his tenure as NFL Commissioner. He took over from Paul Tagliabue on September 1, 2006.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is set to continue in his position for the foreseeable future
Goodell remains a popular figure with NFL owners given the increase in leaguewide prosperity
While he has steered the league toward greater financial prosperity through broadcasting deals and an exponential increase in team value, Goodell's time in charge