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  • Roger Goodell made $44.2 million in 2012
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  • Roger Goodell made $44.2 million in 2012
    NEW YORK — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made $44.2 million in 2012, according to tax returns the league has submitted.
    Goodell earned $35.1 million in salary, bonus and pension compensation. Based on IRS reporting guidelines, his total 2012 compensation includes a $5 million incentive payment and a $4.1 million pension payment from the 2011 lockout year that was paid in 2012.
    The league's revenues have approached $10 billion and its TV ratings dominate all other programming.
    League general counsel Jeff Pash was second on the list of executives' pay with $7.86 million, and he had $1.23 million in deferred compensation. Executive vice president Eric Grubman was at $4.243 million, with another $527,000 deferred.
    LOS ANGELES — Prosecutors charged former NFL safety Darren Sharper on Friday with raping and drugging two women in California and disclosed he is under investigation in connection with five more drug-related rapes in three other states.
    In the bail motion, Los Angeles County Investigator John Maccharella described a pattern in which the former football star met women at clubs or parties and lured them to a hotel room, where they were allegedly drugged and raped.
    The motion says the incidents happened in the past five months, with two occurring within a day in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
    Maccharella said he was told a woman went to a New Orleans bar with Sharper, consumed an alcoholic beverage provided by him and blacked out. She awoke the next morning while being sexually assaulted, the bail motion stated, noting that an exam later showed Sharper's DNA was present.
    Similar scenarios played out on Jan. 15 in Las Vegas and on Nov. 20, 2013, in Arizona, the bail motion states.
    Sharper, 38, played in the NFL from 1997 to 2010, mostly with the Packers.
    Former manager, All-Star Jim Fregosi dies at 71
    ATLANTA — Jim Fregosi, a six-time All-Star shortstop who went to manage the Angels to their first playoff appearance and guide the rowdy 1993 Philadelphia Phillies into the World Series, died Friday after an apparent stroke. He was 71.
    The Atlanta Braves said they were notified by a family member that Fregosi died early Friday in Miami, where he was hospitalized after the apparent stroke while on a cruise with baseball alumni.
    Fregosi ended more than 50 years in baseball as a special assistant to Braves general manager Frank Wren.
    Along with the Phillies and Angels, Fregosi managed the Chicago White Sox and Toronto. He took over the White Sox in the middle of the 1986 season after Tony La Russa was fired, and was hired by the Blue Jays after manager Tim Johnson was dismissed during spring training in 1999 for lying about his military service record.
    Compiled from wire reports
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