Being an NFL player is a pretty nice gig if you can get it, even if you’re just a third-string scrub.
The most beloved players in sports are the ones who excel when it matters most: Playoff time, baby.
How much does it cost to run one of the most popular sports leagues in the world?
The following is from the most recent tax filing (2011 tax year, filed in 2012) by the National Football League, which is actually a non-profit entity under the law — which means they have to report these kinds of things to the U.S. government.
You know it’s been a bad summer when the lawsuit filed against you accusing you of shooting your friend in the face is the least of your problems.
How does your meal allowance stack up against an NFL player’s? Chances are, pretty well. Here’s what National Football League players get as a per diem under the collective bargaining agreement.
The National Hockey League sees itself as something of a guardian of the game, which might surprise you if you, say, tried to watch an NHL game in October, November or December.
In my time as a student, employee and human, I’ve done the following …
The most beloved players in sports are the ones who excel when it matters most: Playoff time, baby. Walk away with the championship trophy and journalists will forever use the word “clutch” in articles about you.
Odds are, pretty well. The National Football League is a professional sports juggernaut. Revenue this season is expected to be in the $10 billion range, with television rights fees coming in around $4 billion.