The committee will discuss Goodell's salary, with the commissioner reportedly asking for $49.5 million per year, compared to the $30 million he earns under his current contract, which expires at the end of the 2018 season.
"The reality is where Roger's contract would be is roughly the same amount of money that he is making now and with that being many specific performance clauses that would be voted on by numerous owners as each year comes up", he said.
Goodell's current contract runs through 2019 and paid him $31.7 million in 2015, the a year ago for which his salary was reported.
However, NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart denied that Goodell had submitted a written counterproposal, adding that there have been ongoing meetings and calls ahead of a reported conference call Monday involving the Compensation Committee.
"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", Blank said in his statement.
Goodell has made headlines in recent months for his handling of league players protesting during the national anthem ahead of NFL games.
5 dead, 11 missing as tourist boat capsizes in Krishna near Vijayawada
The Andhra Pradesh Tourism Department has given permission for private agencies to operate boats to Bhavani Island regularly. According to an eyewitness, the accident occurred when all the tourists got together on one side, causing the boat to tilt.
Goodell suspended Elliott following a year-long investigation by the league after prosecutors in OH declined to pursue the domestic violence case, citing conflicting evidence. Cohen claims Blank told owners that the compensation committee would vote unanimously on Goodell's deal.
Fellow owners, upset over Jones' actions, have looked at ways to sanction him, whether it be fines of some kind, a suspension or, according to a report from Pro Football Talk, forcing him to sell the Cowboys.
The movement grew this year, particularly after President Trump said owners should fire anyone who takes a knee.
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.
Some fans have said protests are disrespectful to the American flag and to the military, and have boycotted the NFL. He's asking for a pay raise that will get him almost $50 million a year.
Goodell took the job in 2006.