Brady vs. NFL: The End of Professional Football as We Know It?

Bleacher Report
March 28, 2011

Millions of people participate in fantasy football, and 111 million people watched the Superbowl. Tax dollars go towards repairing stadiums and revenues from stadiums fund big-ticket items like school buses, school computers, and fire trucks.

As the conflict proceeds to litigation, will the fans weigh in? No side benefits if the $9.3 billion pie they are fighting over begins to evaporate because the fan base no longer finds the game worthy of its love and support. “No judge can order fans to attend games, watch football on TV or their mobile devices or buy team paraphernalia.” This dispute is hurting the fans more than anyone! It is essential that their voices be heard.

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