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01-03-2013, 05:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Cheesesteak Invictus View Post
If the owners increased the pool to 200+ million then it happened on a day I wasn't online; I've seen reports of an increase to 30%, which might cover the losses when you consider player share is dropping, but cuts it really close.

Edit: The NFL can begin moving away from revenue sharing because their TV contract is lucrative enough to allow that. When they implemented revenue sharing, it wasn't.
You would have needed Fehr or someone to take charge and try and force the league to do so. Instead he just took 5 days to do a vote they are doing in under half the time along with ask for mediation that he seems to ignore.

Maybe the next union head that is invested in his contingents.

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