Report: Goodell, Several NFL Owners Meet Secretly In Chicago Suburb

CHICAGO (CBS) Several NFL owners met secretly in a western Chicago suburb Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the Chicago Tribune’s Brad Biggs.

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was spotted boarding his private jet Wednesday at DuPage Airport a day after reportedly arriving. The plane took off minutes after Kraft boarded.

The private jet of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was also spotted at the airport Wednesday and the report said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell arrived via private jet Tuesday.

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According to, six other flights left DuPage Airport in about a two-hour window late Wednesday afternoon bound for NFL cities. Those cities include Indianapolis, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Kansas City and Denver. A total of 10 other flights left the airport outside that window Wednesday afternoon and only one of them was headed anywhere near an NFL city (Philadelphia). Not all flights are tracked by Flight Aware as private jet owners can request not to be tracked. Jones’ aircraft is listed as one that is “not available for tracking per request from the owner/operator.”

  • eric

    get a life biggs no one cares

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