Roger Goodell's Huge Salary Doesn't Add up


The figure is staggering. Roger Goodell is paid pretty close to a million dollars a week, which would be $25,000 a day, $400 a minute to run a sports league. He feeds no one, builds housing for no one, doesn't put mercurochrome on one single boo-boo. He makes $44.2 million per year.

No doubt you have been chewing on this fact for three weeks now.

Why does he make so much money?

Why does anyone make so much money?

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