NFL teams split $6 billion in revenue from last season

{eot} Staff
7/11/2014 1:03:13 PM
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It's a good time to be an NFL owner.

According to numbers released by the Green Bay Packers, a community-owned team, each team received $187.7 million in national revenue last season.

That adds up to more than $6 billion split between 32 teams.

Most of team revenue comes from the league's television rights, which rose 4.3 percent according to the Packers, and will jump even higher still next season when new television deals kick in, pushing television revenue alone past more than $5 million per year.

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