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Structure Of Roger Goodell's New Contract Seen As A Victory For Jerry Jones

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 14 / 17

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones "sees some measure of victory in the structure of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s new contract," in which 90% of the five-year, $200M deal through March '24 is "tied to performance-based incentives," according to Jarrett Bell of USA TODAY. Jones said, "If Roger ...

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