Roger Goodell’s successful married life with Jane Skinner and his rise from intern to Commissioner of NFL

Roger Goodell, the commissioner of National Football League(NFL) is one of the most successful people. In addition to being one of the most powerful people in sports, he is married to a wife who is not only beautiful but also supportive.

Roger Goodell and wife Jane Skinner are married for 20 years

Roger Goodell married former Fox News Channel anchor Jane Skinner in October 1997 and share twins with her. Their daughter was born in 2001. It is unclear when they started dating. The two are sharing an incredible marriage with each other and there are no signs of divorce. The family lives in Westchester County, New York.

Jane was recently found of using a fake Twitter account to defend her husband and NFL. According to The Wall Street Journal, she had been using the account since past three years. She used the now deleted handle @forargument and got involved in tweets from ESPN, NBC, and the Wall Street Journal.

Beautiful Couple: Roger Goodell married Jane Skinner in 1997

Roger Goodell with his wife Jane Skinner

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Jane worked for Fox News for 12 years where she worked as the co-hosted the show, Happening with Jon Scott. She left 10 the channel in June 2010 after Roger was elected commissioner of NFL to take care of the family. She is the daughter of renowned lawyer Sam Skinner who was White House chief of staff and secretary of transportation.

Roger Goodell Short Biography

Goodell was born on February 19, 1959, to senator Charles Ellsworth Goodell and Jean Rice Goodell. He graduated from Bronxville High School. He completed education from Washington & Jefferson College with an economics degree.
Goodell started his career in NFL as an intern in administration in 1982 and worked his way up. In 1987 he was appointed as the assistant to the president of the American Football Conference and was later appointed as Chief Operating Officer in 2001. In 2006 he replaced Paul Tagliabue as the commissioner of NFL.