The NFL is in crisis.
It has been for years, and it has gotten worse.
The league’s ratings have declined dramatically since the 2015 season, and the league has not been able to keep pace with other major sports leagues.
And now the league is facing a potentially existential threat to its business model.
For many years, the NFL has been the only NFL sport to rely on free-agent contracts, which allow players to sign contracts to play for teams that are in playoff contention.
But the NFL is now facing the possibility that a new system of “guaranteed money” contracts will be put in place that will force players to play at a higher salary than they otherwise would have been willing to.
That could have devastating consequences for the NFL and its fans.
A new model of guaranteed money is currently under consideration by the league and its teams.
If implemented, it could mean that the league will no longer be able to offer guaranteed money contracts to players who were underpaid at the time of their signing.
The current system is based on the so-called “stacked pay scale,” which calculates a player’s salary based on how much the team he was signed to signed him.
If the player is paid $10 million over four years, he will make $6.6 million.
But if the player’s contract is guaranteed at $100 million over three years, then the player will make only $2.8 million.
The average salary for an NFL player is around $5.5 million.
Under the new system, players with a “stacking pay scale” contract would be paid an average of $9 million per year.
That means that players who are playing under guaranteed contracts would receive $6 million less per year than they would have under a guaranteed contract.
This will make it impossible for them to negotiate new contracts with other teams.
In addition, a player who is a free agent after three years could be on the market for a second contract, which could mean a higher price tag.
If a team has the option of releasing a player, it will be more difficult for the player to negotiate with other clubs.
In the past, teams have been able buy out the contracts of players who did not meet the salary cap.
Now, teams will have the option to pay players who do not meet a minimum salary or to waive them.
This is bad news for the players who signed long-term contracts, because the teams will now have to pay them at the cap level, which would mean that players that were released for injury could be free agents again.
And if a player does not meet minimum salary, he or she could be released for the entire season.
This would create a salary cap crunch for teams.
And the problem goes beyond just a problem with guaranteed money.
There are concerns about the long-range sustainability of the system, because teams will be unable to maintain a salary budget to compete with other leagues in the future.
The NFL will also be forced to consider a new approach to player health and safety.
According to the union representing NFL players, the league may be forced by the federal government to make changes to the concussion protocols that it has implemented in the past.
Under these policies, players who have suffered concussions are not given the time to recover or the money they would need to cover their health insurance premiums.
The union says that this could cause the league to lose money.
But this is not the first time that the NFL needs to change the rules of its game.
In 2008, the National Football League had to make major changes to its concussion protocols in order to be able play at the highest level.
The players and the players’ union eventually agreed to a voluntary moratorium on the use of the NFL Concussion Rules, which were designed to make it more difficult to play the game at the best level.
So what can be done?
The problem is that the current system has led to the demise of the “super bowl.”
The NFL was supposed to hold the Super Bowl in 2020, and for the first few years, there was a huge buzz about the NFL bringing the game back to the nation’s capital in 2019.
It looked like the league had finally figured out how to keep the Superbowl and make it a more profitable business.
But things went from bad to worse.
In 2018, the Super bowl was canceled because of an ongoing federal investigation into the NFL.
The federal investigation focused on allegations that players and team owners were taking bribes and then trying to cover up their involvement in the payments.
That investigation resulted in the federal Justice Department investigating the league.
In July 2019, the federal antitrust division of the Justice Department announced a new rule that would have made it illegal for teams and players to pay bribes to referees or officials.
This rule would have allowed the league or any NFL team to be fined up to $100,000 per violation.
That is not good enough for the current owners, who have taken their eye off the ball for the past decade