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    Man, who would leak the financials to Deadspin? Leitch is okay, I guess, but pretty much everyone else over there is a bunch of clowns. Oh well, that's a minor grip- I'm just happy t be able to see them, although this does basically validate the owners' reasons for refusing to share the financials from the outset. Wish it was individual team financials, but these are pretty interesting in their own right.
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    It was probably Goodell's wife.
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    These aren't league financial statements, they are the league office's financial statements. Whole other league...
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    Interesting bedtime read for me.
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    Interesting that every team's debt was lowered from one year to the next, with the exception of the two New Jersey clubs.


    Terms similar to finance companies offering plastic to people who get cash advances to pay the rent?

    Doubtful.


    Perhaps an interest-only loan (at least until the new CBA) from a certain New York born and raised commissioner?


    Hey, no insinuation; just suggesting it may be something worth consideration ...
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