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It was reported on Friday that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell earned $29.49 million in 2011 and that news wowed Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison. Harrison posted a screenshot of the ESPN report written by Darren Rovell on his Facebook page with the word, "Wow" attached to it. Harrison has long had issues with Goodell and the way that he runs the league as it relates player safety and fining players, so it should come as no surprise that he would somewhat mock the Friday earnings report. Goodell had said during the 2011 lockout that he was voluntarily earning a $1 salary until Read more [...]
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