All this means is Panther fans will go through well in excess of 18 months without seeing an NFL caliber team they can call their own.
The NFL Players Association predicts that the city of Charlotte will lose $160 million in lost jobs and revenue if the NFL season is cancelled next year.
In Georgia, the NFLPA sent letters to Gov. Sonny Perdue, Gov.-elect Nathan Deal and Mayor Kasim Reed, warning that Atlanta could see more than $160 million in lost jobs and revenue if the owners opt to cancel the 2011 football season
These are 2 statements from letters the NFLPA sent to state officials in Georgia and North Carolina. How is it both teams will lose the same amount of revenues when the stadium deals are completely different and the ownership structure is different?
Edited by Anybodyhome, 23 November 2010 - 06:50 AM.