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A person who spoke recently with Goodell said the commissioner is "furious" about Jones' and other owners' insistence that his next contract's compensation should be more performance-based, including incentives that would allow him to be paid at roughly the same level of his current deal. "He feels as if the owners have made a lot of money and he should be compensated accordingly," the source said. "The incentives thing really angers him."
Goodell has earned a total of more than $200 million since he was elected commissioner in August 2006, including $44 million in 2014 and $34 million in 2015. In May, at the league's spring meetings in Chicago, Jones joined his fellow owners in authorizing the compensation committee to work on extending Goodell's contract. But at the owners' meetings in New York last month, Jones told his fellow owners that Goodell's proposed next contract "is the most one-sided deal ever."

Through this season, Jones has expressed growing dissatisfaction with Goodell's job performance and has said in recent weeks that the league needs to hire a new commissioner, sources said. The reasons include Goodell's handling of the player protests staged during the national anthem; the league's pending six-game suspension of Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott for violation of the league's domestic violence policy; and the league's handling of the relocation of two teams to Los Angeles, which Jones helped engineer. Many owners are also angry with Goodell because they believe that he has given Jones too much power.
"Most owners would admit that Roger has done a terrible job handling the anthem controversy and a terrible job explaining the [TV] ratings declines, a terrible job on any number of other issues," a long-time team executive said.
Several sources told Outside the Lines that owners believe the NFL league office suffers from "dysfunction," and at least two owners have said they wouldn't replace Goodell because they don't know who they'd replace him with.
A silent majority of owners believe Goodell's performance has been poor but still support him because they prefer to have Goodell lead the owners' side in labor negotiations with the players' union. The current collective bargaining agreement expires in 2021.
"Roger is seen as having done a great job in the labor negotiations last time -- that fact alone saves him with some owners," an executive said."He is a great player," Ball said of Irving. "I said it before the game, one of the best players in the league. Tough challenge having to stay in front of him."
Jones is not a member of the NFL's six-member Cleveland Indians Authentic Jersey compensation committee. Jones has called Cleveland Indians Authentic Jersey himself the "ombudsman" of the committee and has become a de facto seventh unofficial member who attended a recent conference call of the committee.
If Jones decided to follow through with his threat, it would be the second time he has sued the NFL. In the mid-1990s, Jones filed a $750 million antitrust lawsuit against the NFL over its insistence that teams do not enter into separate sponsorship agreements; Jones and the league later settled that claimSources said, though, that Jones has lost potential support because he has his own candidate to replace Goodell. Sources said they did not know the identity of the candidate.
"Then Jerry will be completely in control of the league," one source said. "It's turning off some owners.""He is a great player," Ball said of Irving. "I said it before the game, one of the best players in the league. Tough challenge having to stay in front of him."
Another executive said he believes that Jones' insistence to inject himself into the process has increased Goodell's resolve to sign a long-term deal.
"Well, $45 million a year is a lot to just walk away from," the executive said."He is a great player," Ball said of Irving. "I said it before the game, one of the best players in the league. Tough challenge having to stay in front of him."
Boies has come under criticism this week for helping Weinstein use private investigators in an attempt to block a New York Times story about him while at the same time Boies was representing the Times.
In April 2011, Boies represented the NFL in a St. Paul, Minnesota, courtroom to present the NFL's argument against the players' request for an injunction to stop the league's lockout of its playersBall said he and the Lakers coaches have been working on his balance when shooting but that his missed shots are taking a toll mentally.
"It's just in my head to be honest," Ball said. "I know I can [shoot] ... It's a long season; just got to stay positive and keep putting in work. And then it is going to show for itself."
"Obviously, right now, I am making no shots, but [just got to] keep shooting," he added."He is a great player," Ball said of Irving. "I said it before the game, one of the best players in the league. Tough challenge having to stay in front of him."
Irving -- who missed all seven of his 3-point attempts but finished with 19 points, six rebounds and five assists -- came away impressed by aspects of Ball's game.
"He's 6-6, unbelievable in transition," Irving said. "Understanding that he wants to get his teammates involved. Can you really put a position on him, particularly right now?... He does a great job of running that team. When he started to get comfortable and the pace started to pick up, that's where he starts to flourish."
"Defensively, he's going to be challenged every single night," Irving continued. "So those are signs that you can see he wants to go out there and compete. That's something that you want to see out of a Cleveland Indians Authentic Jersey highly touted rookie such as Lonzo is that just to go out there and play with the best of them."
Boston's Marcus Morris said "everybody knows" Ball is a "good kid, just his dad has a big mouth," and that is not a bad thing"He's just a supporting father man" Irving added of LaVar Ball. "Some guys are in the front line speaking for their kids. Some parents are on the back line. It's just like the loud parent at the graduation clapping unbelievably loud. You know, we all have different styles of parents. I think everybody just needs to appreciate their own."
Ball said he heard the boos from the start but that he also hears it every time he plays away from Los Angeles.Ball enjoyed his first game against Irving.
"It's their home," Ball said. "I'd boo too if I was a fan ... I have been getting booed every time we go away, so.",96309
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