This looks a lot like what the Pittsburgh Steelers might produce in a season of destiny. It’s been one comeback after another. They rallied from an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit last weekend to beat the Ravens. The week before they were 17 down at Cincinnati. They were on the ropes against the Packers sans Aaron Rodgers. And they had a scare with a 14-point hole at Indianapolis. But Chris Boswell keeps nailing these clutch kicks and they keep winning.
IRVING, Texas – Yes, Roger Goodell can get the NFL rate when renting a private jet. No, the NFL commissioner won’t be staying beyond 2024. Details of Goodell’s new five-year contract extension – which could be worth as much as $200 million – were confirmed Wednesday by league spokesman Joe Lockhart as team owners gather for a one-day meeting. The deal finalized last week is heavy on bonuses – so much that 90% of the pay is contained in performance-based incentives.
IRVING, Texas – 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, $200 million deal is tied to performance-based incentives. “If Roger comes in and knocked it out of the ballpark, he’ll really be rewarded,” Jones, the Dallas Cowboys owner, told USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday. “You’ve got to hope that he has that kind of performance. “There are no easy layups here on his bonuses.
Very unusual to have an owner have his own press conference at NFL meetings, like now, with Roger as essential warmup act for Jerry...who mentioned “solution to power of Commissioner.” (i.e. Hello, NFLPA) https://t.co/6hn2Yojg9a
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