Roger Goodell, the Hydra of sports commissioners, seems to add another $30 or $40 million a year to his contract with every scandal he botches. Goodell will be the stern face of the NFL until at least 2024, as he nears signing a five-year extension from his deal that was set to expire in 2019,
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