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17 September 2017, 07:35 | Henrietta Morgan
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reportedly thinks NFL commish Roger Goodell makes too much money
Though not one of the three owners who officially joined the three existing owners in May for the purposes of negotiating Commissioner Roger Goodell's extension, committee chairman Arthur Blank has allowed Jones to have a role and a voice in the process of hammering out Goodell's proposed new deal.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has impeded the process of finalizing Goodell's new deal, which would extend his stay through 2024.
That does not include Jones.
Goodell's current deal expires in 2019 and was expected to have a deal done before the start of the season.
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Whether a firm proposal is presented to Goodell after the conference call remains a source of contention for the time being, sources said. The fact that there even is some level of dissension within National Football League ownership circles illustrates what a touchy issue this has become.
"In Jones' case, according to a source, he believes he is representing the other owners", Mortensen said.
Jones - who is at odds with the commish over the NFL's six-game ban handed to his star running back Ezekiel Elliott - reportedly has argued to the committee that Goodell, and other league officials, make too much money.
Goodell has earned more than $200 million since he was elected commissioner in 2006.
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