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Compensation Committee received a blank check in May

this is a discussion within the NFL Community Forum; The NFL planted the seeds for what became the Commissionerís pay poison ivy patch in May, voting unanimously to authorize the six-member Compensation Committee to enter into a new contract with Roger Goodell. As Cowboys owner Jerry Jones continues his ...

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Compensation Committee received a blank check in May

The NFL planted the seeds for what became the Commissionerís pay poison ivy patch in May, voting unanimously to authorize the six-member Compensation Committee to enter into a new contract with Roger Goodell. As Cowboys owner Jerry Jones continues his crusade against what he perceives as a sweetheart deal, the best way to understand the fight is to go back to the moment the mandate was given.

So hereís the question that previously has gone unanswered: What authority did the full ownership delegate to the Compensation Committee in May? More specifically, did the resolution that authorized negotiation and finalization of the deal contain a range (most importantly a limit) regarding Goodellís salary, bonuses, benefits, etc?

Compensation Committee received a blank check in May – ProFootballTalk
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