Despite faltering TV ratings, an ongoing crisis over players’ National Anthem protests, and loud opposition from Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has signed a 5-year contract extension. The league this afternoon confirmed the completion of contract talks, which began last spring before this season turned into a raging battle on numerous fronts. Having survived Deflategate and then handing the Lombardi Trophy to former friend turned harsh critic Robert Kraft after Kraft’s New England Patriots won the Super Bowl in February, Goodell has presided over a 2017 season teeming with PR issues and alarming TV ratings declines.
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