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Sunday, April 04, 2004 

Share and share alike

It was good to see the owners extend the NFL Trust for another 15 years last week. Part of the reason the NFL is what it is today is their unique revenue sharing model. It keeps teams like Green Bay afloat in small markets and allows the Salary Cap to work. The NFL Trust is a relatively small amount ($4 million per team) for merchandise, but eliminating it might have paved the way for weakening other revenue sharing agreements.

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