The NFL released a report on Monday that found that the league’s total revenue had plunged from $6.5 billion in 2016 to $5.3 billion in 2021.
It is the first year since the league was formed in 1996 that revenue fell.
The league’s share of revenue has dropped to 9.3 percent from 10.3.
The NFL’s average annual revenue for each team, which includes both television and ticket revenue, has dropped from $3.9 billion to $2.5.
The average yearly revenue for the NFL Network has dropped by $2 billion from $5 billion to less than $1 billion.
The total value of the NFL’s broadcast rights deals have also fallen.
The deal to broadcast the Super Bowl was worth $3 billion annually in 2016, and it is now worth less than half that amount.
The price of an average NFL season ticket rose from $1.8 million in 2015 to $1,925 in 2020.
That is more than double the price of the average NFL football game.
The median price of a single home ticket in the NFL is $2,800.
In 2018, the average home game drew about 3.6 million fans, the lowest since 2009.
There was a spike in the number of season tickets sold in 2019, when the average was 3.8.
This was largely because of a surge in season ticket holders in the first half of the year.
The first full season of a new NFL team is usually announced within 24 to 48 hours of the start of the season.
The last full NFL season was in 2012.
This is the third straight year that the average attendance has fallen below 2 million.
The number of fans per team has dropped in every season since the 2010 season.
That number is now at 2.85.
The percentage of fans who attend the game on game day has dropped since 2011.
The attendance was a record in 2016 and in the two years prior.
This year, it was below 10 percent.
It was down from a high of 18 percent in 2017.
The numbers are all below 10.5 percent.
That’s the lowest percentage in history.
The lowest attendance since 1999 was 7.2 percent.