Roger Goodell salary

The following is from the most recent tax filing (2011 tax year, filed in 2012) by the National Football League, which is actually a non-profit entity under the law — which means they have to report these kinds of things to the U.S. government.

Here’s how senior executives with the NFL are compensated (click to enlarge).

NFL SALARIES

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