The NFL is struggling to compete with the rising popularity of the smartphone.
The league’s ratings have been declining, and its revenue is declining as well.
That’s a lot of blame to put on the owners, many of whom have done nothing but make billions off of the league.
But the owners have also done something that may help the NFL.
They’ve tried to convince fans that the league is a business.
And it’s working.
The NFL has the most loyal fan base in sports.
And that’s not going to change in the foreseeable future.
Here’s how it works.
The owners are trying to win back the fans.
The Super Bowl is a major event that draws millions of fans.
It attracts billions of dollars in revenue.
But those fans are also the ones who get a discount on the game, and that’s why the league has made the case that the NFL should be a business, not a sports franchise.
The most obvious example of this is the NFLPA.
The union is one of the biggest supporters of the NFL, and it’s not just because of the Super Bowl.
It’s because of a series of concessions that the owners made to the union during negotiations with the league in 2015.
The first concession was a new collective bargaining agreement that required the NFL to increase its salary cap by $5 billion over three years.
The second concession was an increase in the number of home games from 20 to 25, and the third concession was the introduction of a new salary cap.
The idea was that the fans who are fans of the team and who make a huge portion of the revenues would be able to save more on their ticket prices.
But as the players and the owners realized that this would not increase the salary cap, they realized that they didn’t need the players.
They were going to make their own decision.
The players are unhappy because the salary-cap increase was too small, so the union negotiated a two-year contract with a salary cap of $20 million.
The result was a deal that the union would receive an increase of $5 million a year for three years instead of $7 million.
This is a deal, by the way, that will be in effect for at least the next two seasons.
So if the owners were going for the fans, they would have signed this deal instead of a one-year extension with no salary cap increase.
The reason why the owners had to give the players a one year deal is because the players have to be satisfied with what they get out of the deal.
If the owners didn’t have to make this deal, they wouldn’t have had to sign the players to the deal, which is the one- year deal they would get.
That was the last concession that the players were getting, and now they have a new one.
This deal is the best that the game has ever had, and I would argue that the next four years of the players’ contract are going to be a very good deal for the league as a whole.
Now, the next concession is the stadium concessions.
The stadium concessions are a key part of the owners’ argument for the new contract.
The stadiums have been a major part of how the NFL operates, and they’re also the largest sources of revenue for the team.
But they’re not always going to get as much attention as the Super Bases.
That changed when the owners agreed to an eight-year, $250 million stadium extension.
That deal was for eight years, and because of that, the stadium revenue is going to go up.
But that increase will be limited to just one stadium per year, and only at a rate of $250 per ticket.
So while the stadium revenues are going up, the overall revenue is also going down.
That has to change.
The next concession was about a stadium that’s only going to cost $50 million a season.
That means that the average home game will be about $7.50.
That $50-million increase is going directly to the team’s operating expenses.
But since that increase is tied to a new stadium, the NFL owners have made the argument that it should be an investment that will pay for itself in the future.
They argue that it will pay off in the long run.
And the owners argue that because the NFL is in the business of growing revenue, and is paying off the stadium investments in the past, the league can afford to spend a little bit more on the teams infrastructure and the equipment and the other things that will keep the teams in business.
The argument here is that because there are fewer stadiums in the NFL these days, the team is not in danger of going bankrupt because it can’t compete in the marketplace.
It is, instead, in danger because the stadium spending has grown so large.
So the argument is that this investment will pay itself in 10 years.
That is, if the stadium expenditures are 10% of what the team spends on stadium infrastructure and equipment, that’s the amount of money that