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Roger Goodell would renew his contract and stay as NFL Commissioner until 2027

The owners of the NFL are in Minnesota at the traditional annual spring meeting, and the owner of the Indianapolis Colts, Jim Irsay, assured that everyone is ready to extend the contract of commissioner Roger Goodell until 2027.

However, Irsay added that there is nothing concrete yet, as announced through ESPN. "It's not being extended today, that's for sure," said Goodell when asked for a comment about the possibility of a new contract with the league.

He added: "I love my job and I have no doubt that both parties will be able to complete the deal." In March, NFL expert for ESPN, Adam Schefter, reported that it was expected for the league and Goodell to finalize a multi-year extension, as the current commissioner's contract expires in 2024, and he has held that position since 2006.

Goodell, 64, pointed out that he has had conversations with officials and team owners to divide his duties into two main roles, one as CEO and the other handling more on-field matters.

"It's a healthy discussion we need to have. The job changes over the years," said Goodell. "It has changed since I became commissioner. I know we will talk about that issue at the appropriate time."

What is Roger Goodell's salary?

Although he has been the NFL commissioner for 17 years, he had been a part of the league's main office for several years prior.

The salary in Goodell's current contract is $64 million per year, and he has accumulated a fortune of $200 million.

There are reports that Goodell has earned more over the years than any player in NFL history, accumulating a total of over $500 million throughout his tenure as an executive in the NFL.

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