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Packers Set To Issue First Earnings Report Under NFL's New CBA
Published July 10, 2012
The period covers the lockout, and in year one of the CBA a large percentage of rookie pay was paid in bonuses. While that does not affect revenues, in year one it could put a lid on profits. Because rookie pay was greatly reduced in the CBA, agents insisted on much of it being paid as bonuses. The year-ago period also was the Packers’ Super Bowl season, though teams often cash in on that success the following fiscal year.