What am i doing wrong, because this doesn't make sense. Scenario: all revenues, including stadium naming rights, are included in shared revenue. The Colts just signed a long-term agreement for naming rights to the former RCA Dome for $120 million dollars. I think the deal was for twenty yeaars. So, Upshaw wants it included in revenues, and the palyers want 60%. Union gets $72 million. (if they accept 56%, they only get 67 million. Okay, so the Dolts get either 48 or 52 million dollars, depending on 56 or 60%. Now they share that will the other 31 teams. The Colts get eithe 1.5 million or 1.6 million over twenty years, or either $75 or $82 thousand a year. The Colts sell the naming rights for $120 million, and they get to keep less than a HUNDRED K A YEAR!!!!!!????!? that won't even pay for the paint to put the new name up. Now, I hate the stupid Colts as much as anyone, but this is hardly fair. Obviously I missed something. What?