NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will report to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones millions of dollars in "injurious to the league" clashes over clashes over Goodell's contract extension and the suspension of Ezekiel Elliott's star race The New York Times on Monday.
The Times report cites five league officials with direct knowledge of the situation. When the NFL Speaker, Brian McCarthy, Declined Comment
According to the Times, Goodell was pressured to punish Jones by several owners of the league who believe the Cowboys boss had crossed a line last November when He threatened to sue the six members of the League Compensation Committee over the Goodell Agreement. Jones allegedly believed that Goodell had been overpaid and should have received an incentive-charged contract.
Jones later returned his threat to sue the committee. In December, it was reported that Goodell had signed a five-year contract extension that would keep him in office until the NFL season of 2023. It was reported that the deal was worth a total of $ 200 million.
Months before he threatened to sue the Compensation Committee, Jones publicly broke with Goodell over Elliott's six-game suspension.
Elliott, who hired as a beginner for more than 1600 yards In 2016, a former girlfriend accused domestic violence. In the run-up to the 2017 season, Jones kept saying he did not think Elliott had to break the bar.
Elliott appealed and was able to play in the first eight games of the 2017 season, while the problem worked its way through the courts. However, a federal appeals court upheld the suspension on November 9, forcing Elliott to miss the next six contests. He returned for the last two games of the season when the Cowboys finished 9-7 and did not qualify for the playoffs.
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