The NFL is in talks to create a pay-for-play league, and it’s doing it through a new television agreement that is being viewed as a game-changer for the league’s business.
According to multiple sources, the league has reached out to other sports leagues to form a similar pact that would give the league a competitive profit-maximization incentive to bring in more television viewers, which could lead to bigger pay-days.
The new television deal, which was signed on Thursday, would give all teams in the league an incentive to be on the air more often.
The NFL’s total viewership was up 30% last season and is expected to reach over 1.5 million for the first time in 2018.
This would help the league generate more revenue, and the league would also get more revenue from the sale of its broadcast rights.
The NFL has previously said that it wants to make money off its broadcast deals and that the pay-go model could help the sport survive in the post-curtis world.
It has previously cited the potential of its television rights as a key part of its business model, and in this case it has a unique negotiating advantage.
The move to create this new pay model would put the league in a unique position.
Its television deals, which come with a $1 billion guarantee for the next two years, expire this year and 2019.
As a result, it has not had a clear way to extend them beyond 2020.
The league has been looking to renegotiate its television deals for years.
But there was no guarantee that the new deal would be signed before the 2019 season, as the two sides had been discussing it since October.
That was not the case with the new television deals.
According to the sources, there was a significant risk that the league could not extend the current TV deals after 2020, but that could change.
The TV deal will be a huge boon for the NFL, which will see its ratings climb by 20% over the next four years.
Its overall viewership has increased from about 2.6 million in 2018 to about 3.2 million in 2019, with ESPN alone posting record viewership numbers of more than 3.7 million last season.
In 2018, the NFL saw its ratings increase from 2.7 to 3.1 million viewers per game, and that was a huge jump from a year earlier.
In 2019, it was the largest increase of all time, and this year the league will be able to boast a similar jump, even though it will lose some key players.