Mike Florio and Myles Simmons break down how the NFL’s new TV contracts impact the salary cap and sports betting scene, as well as what the biggest reasons are to get those finalized quickly.
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  1. Id like to see sports leave propaganda tv channels.just united own mainstream channel. The air waves are owned by tax players if we could force gov to allow it. 3 letters make sure they cant. They are ruling one pro sport after another with agendas. Driving down cap would be a good thing several players need humbled and many cant see opportunity with it hitting them between the eyes.

  2. The NFL better get on that streaming service money. It’s only gonna get more prevalent as Amazon takes over the world lol

  3. No anthem, no TV revenue. No TV revenue, no salary cap. No salary cap, no players’ salaries.

  4. If the NFL doesn’t get into contract with some streaming services in the next 5 years then their ratings are just going to continue to decline.

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