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JR condescending to Peyton Manning during CBA meeting?

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The list of people who can afford a team is one thing and then there's the fact that owning an NFL team is not exactly the best investment in terms of return. These guys do it because they love the game or love their egos but certainly not because it's the best thing to put their money into.

Turnover rate shmurnover rate....the turnover rate for players is 100%.

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The list of people who can afford a team is one thing and then there's the fact that owning an NFL team is not exactly the best investment in terms of return. These guys do it because they love the game or love their egos but certainly not because it's the best thing to put their money into.

Turnover rate shmurnover rate....the turnover rate for players is 100%.

Cool. So we agree. Owning an NFL team isn't about pie charts and "rebanue", it's about status. Someone please tell Richardson to sell his yacht if he can no longer afford it. Thanks

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xfl, cfl are not relevant when there is nfl dumbass

whatever the nfl fields people will watch. they will complain and whine and bitch and moan but they will watch. You know it, JR knows it and Demaurice Smith knows it. No amount of Al Sharpton grandstanding and Jesse Jackson flag waving is gonna change it

If you replace the NFL players, then you're left with the XFL, CFL and what ever other FL you like......that's all...you're cut off.

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If you replace the NFL players, then you're left with the XFL, CFL and what ever other FL you like......that's all...you're cut off.

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LMFAOA riddel

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On average, the top 20 teams are worth $21.2 million and pulled in $9.8 million in revenue per team, of which 49% came from tickets...As a result, margins for clubs that draw well are often fat, and these 20 clubs generated average operating income (earnings before interest, taxes and depreciation) of $3 million.

Anyone like to take a guess at what professional sports league this article is referencing to? I'll give you a hint; it's not the NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS or MLB.

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Anyone like to take a guess at what professional sports league this article is referencing to? I'll give you a hint; it's not the NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS or MLB.

Probably a league that pays $0 in salaries to its coaches and players.

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While Riddel makes very valid and pointed posts, his incessant use of the monkey/nanner does nothing but denigrate his said posts. If he could find a way to step off of his purported high horse, I think that his posts would be better digested and accepted... as they hold quite a bit of validity.

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He can't help it, he almost has an MBA. An MBA!!!!

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He can't help it, he almost has an MBA. An MBA!!!!

Dude kept telling me I had no business knowledge when I was quoting the facts straight from the law books...wish I hadn't mentioned the MBA now...I have thick skin so you guys enjoy.....

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