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NFL Extends Roger Goodell's Contract As Commissioner To March '19
Published January 25, 2012
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CHALLENGES AHEAD: Goodell has been a target for criticism, whether it be for his player safety measures, fines for hits deemed unsafe, and his personal conduct policy. His future challenges include striking a deal for an HGH testing system with the NFLPA, improving the in-stadium experience so fans do not stay home, and generating new revenues to meet his lofty financial expectations. Two years ago, he challenged the owners to hit $25B in revenue by '27. In '11, revenues were $9.4B. Revenues would need to surpass $16B by the end of his current contract to be on pace for that goal.