Which of these two sides has a better budget?
The NFL has a lot of things in common with the rest of America.
Its a sports league, it has a franchise, it is owned by an American family, and it is, as the New York Times recently reported, “the biggest consumer of public funds in the country.”
But its a very different beast when you look at its budget.
That is, the NFL doesn’t spend money like everyone else does, or at least it should, according to an NFL spokesperson.
Instead, the league spends a fraction of what the league’s average ticket price, the average TV price, and the average season ticket holder pay.
For example, the salary cap was raised to $150 million from $70 million in 2020.
The average salary for the average starting NFL player in 2020 was $1.9 million, but it increased to $2.5 million in 2021 and $2 million in 2022.
The difference between the average NFL salary and the median player’s salary?
That’s $1,818,000, according a new study by the University of California, San Diego.
In other words, the difference between a salary cap that can be raised to around $200 million and one that can’t is only a fraction, even though the salary increases are nearly the same.
So the NFL is spending a lot on its teams, its stadiums, and its stadiums’ facilities.
And it’s spending a good chunk of that money on itself.
According to the study, the teams spent nearly $5 billion on stadiums in 2020, $2 billion on arenas, and $1 billion on player housing, plus a further $300 million on player merchandise, including uniforms, gear, apparel, and merchandise related to the NFL’s broadcast contracts.
The stadiums, however, were all built and paid for by taxpayers, and taxpayers were also paying for the salaries of players.
For the league to have an average ticket rate of around $40 per game, the stadiums and arenas would have to be spending $100 million per game for the players to pay their rent.
But the league spent only $3.4 million on those facilities and stadiums.
The NFL spent only about $2,500 per game on player equipment.
But if the average ticket cost was $40, the player’s rent would have gone up by $100.
In the end, the salaries for the league players would be higher than those of the average American.
This would be true even if the NFL were an independent company, as it is in the NFL, and there is a great deal of money that comes from the league in the form of broadcasting contracts.
But that’s a different story for the owners, who are the ones who pay for the stadiums, pay for players’ salaries, and pay for equipment.
This is how the NFL pays itself.
The league is also using the revenues it earns to pay itself dividends.
The New York Giants are the league average ticket holder.
The Bills are the average television-paying American team.
And the Texans are the biggest spenders of public money in the league.
But it’s not just the players.
Every team in the National Football League earns a share of the revenues from its games, whether they are on television, through sponsorship deals, or on other means.
This means that the NFL players get the most from their salaries, but they also are paid more than the average Americans.
And this is where the difference really becomes apparent.
The median NFL player earns just $2 per week, according the study.
But players on the lowest salaries in the NBA, for example, earn more than $7,000 per week.
Meanwhile, the median American household earns $20,000 more a year.
This discrepancy in pay is why players like Jerry Rice and Ray Lewis are so valuable to the owners of the NFL.
The owners of these teams, like the owners who own the league, want to be able to keep players like Rice and Lewis.
But they want to get the money to themselves, which means they don’t want to pay the players, either.
The salary cap is set to be increased to around 200 million dollars in 2020 and then increased again to around 325 million dollars next year, when the league has a new CBA with a higher cap.
The salaries of the league owners will increase, but so will the salaries that the players receive.
The players’ union has already threatened to sue the league if the increases are not raised.
The union is threatening to sue because the league is increasing the salaries and the players’ benefits, which are set to rise.
It is threatening this because it thinks that the league will take away some of the benefits from the players who make the most money.
That would be the players making less than $100,000 a year, which would mean that the average salary would be about $1 million less than it would have been.
But when you consider that the median NFL salary is only $2 a week, the players should be making more than a $1m salary. The same