In 2017, the NFL signed up for $2.3 million in bonuses to fund its 2017-18 football season.
The money was given to its teams through a new program called the Franchise Value Program.
The league said the money will go toward “home field advantage” in each of the next four regular-season home games and for the 2018 and 2019 Super Bowls.
The team in the Super Bowl is going to be the team that plays in the next game, and if it wins, it gets $500,000.
And if it loses, it has to play in the following game.
If you think about it, that’s really generous to the home team.
It’s like if the team in a Super Bowl has a winning record.
It gets $1.5 million for that game.
But if the other team is a losing team, that $1 million gets subtracted from the winning team.
So the winning teams get $500k, the losing get $250k, and the team with the highest average home field advantage gets $200k.
And then the winning money goes to the NFL in the second half of the season.
And there is a $5 million cap.
So you know, that gives a team $2m to spend on players, which is pretty good for them.
So I would be very pleased to see the NFL doing something like that, even if it means that they are putting the money into the teams pockets.
And it will pay off in a big way.