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Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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NFL could pay less under taxable status

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 05 / 04 / 15

The league will no longer be required to make public the salary of Commissioner Roger Goodell. Photo by: GETTY IMAGES The NFL more than a year ago began planning for the move to drop ...

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