Goodell's current contract is slated to expire in 2019.
The contract discussion comes at a hard moment for the league, which faces declining TV ratings, growing concerns about brain damage and domestic violence, and player protests over racial injustice.
"The Committee is continuing its work towards finalizing a contract extension with the Commissioner, consistent with the mandate provided in the unanimous May 2017 Resolution".
Those six are expected to talk by phone on Monday.
Goodell also reportedly requested the lifetime use of a private jet and health insurance for his family, but Ganis struck down those claims as well.
Goodell is making $30 million this season. An NFL spokesman disputed that report as "nonsense". Now, other National Football League owners are firing back. The latest installment involves an outlandish-looking contract proposal from the NFL commissioner, and a direct shot from the league office at two of the sport's most prolific reporters. But he also says players have the freedom to express themselves.
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Apparently, there is a belief among some NFL owners that "Jones instigated Papa John's CEO John Schnatter to disparage the NFL, blaming league leadership for ratings declines and, in turn, a reduction in Papa John's revenues", according to PFT.
Sports contributor Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com says multiple owners have discussed the possibility after Jones threatened to sue individual owners if they extend NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's contract.
The son of the team's owner told 105.3 The Fan on Monday that the Joneses don't view the threat of a potential forfeiture of the franchise as a real possibility.
Jones has denied that he is seeking revenge for Goodell's decision to suspend Elliott for six games for violating the league's personal conduct policy. His salary was cut continually between 2012, when he made $44.2 million, and 2015. Goodell, 58, has been commisioner since 2006. Between 2008 and 2015, he was paid more than $205 million.