The NFL is not expected to make any major revenue increases during the 2017 season, but that could change.
According to an ESPN report, the league is expected to have revenue of about $1.5 billion in 2018, which would be about $800 million lower than the $2.9 billion it earned in 2017.
According the report, that is a drop of $2 million per team.
The NFL has been on a spending spree of late, with several big-ticket items that were expected to be on the agenda during the league’s annual meeting on June 22.
The report also says that the NFL could announce a new television deal with NBC, a deal that will pay about $2 billion per year, or about $150 million per year more than what the league was making in 2017, when the new TV deal was signed.
The league’s salary cap for 2018 is projected to be $140 million, which is about $90 million more than the league earned in 2018.
The next big spending spree in 2018 is expected for the new stadiums in Charlotte and New Orleans, which will cost $200 million and $150 and $175 million, respectively.
The new TV deals announced for 2018 and 2019 are expected to cost the NFL between $100 million and 200 million, according to the report.
In 2019, the NFL is expected pay $1 billion to the NFL Players Association to help them negotiate the new television deals for 2018, 2019, and 2020.
That would be more than $200,000 per year.