Sponsored by CBS Sports, the Super Bowl is coming up.
Now, the NFL is letting the NFLPA know how much a game might cost.
On the NFL’s website, the league and the NFL Players Association are offering fans a look at the cost of the game’s marquee event, a Super Bowl for the ages.
The game will be broadcast live on CBS and broadcast in its entirety on the NFL Network.
Here’s how much you can expect to pay to see the big game:The cost of a game is determined by how much the teams’ salaries are set to be for the next two seasons, according to the contract negotiated between the NFL and the teams.
In 2018, the minimum salary for the top five NFL teams is set to equal the NFL average for that season ($25.2 million).
The top three teams — the New York Jets ($25 million), Oakland Raiders ($24.9 million) and Green Bay Packers ($24 million) — each have $26.4 million in salary cap space.
The NFLPA has said it wants the league to negotiate for a new minimum salary to ensure the league stays competitive and to give teams a competitive advantage in the NFL draft.
It also wants the new minimum to be set at a more competitive rate than the one that was established in 2017.
The deal includes a two-year maximum extension that will pay the average salary for each team from 2021 to 2022.
The league will pay players a base salary of $1 million for the first two seasons of the extension.
It will pay an additional $1.2 and $1,000 for each of the next three seasons.
Each team will receive an additional base salary at the end of each of those two seasons.
The average base salary will increase each year to $3.5 million.
The league will not pay the players an additional salary above the average, or the $1-million base salary, for each season in the extension period.
The new deal will be based on a formula that adjusts each team’s salary each year based on how the league is perceived by the fans.
The first year will be the one most teams want to get into, according the NFL.
The team with the highest average salary will be paid $5 million more than the next team.
The second year will set the league’s salary cap, and the third year will determine how much each team will pay in player bonuses.
The top four teams will receive a $5.8 million bonus for winning the Superbowl.
The second-highest-paid team will earn $1 billion for winning it all.
The final two teams will each earn $2.8 billion for their winning bids.
The next three years will determine whether the teams get a full extension or a smaller contract to make up for the lack of a contract.
If the NFL does not extend the contracts of any of the top four franchises by the 2019 season, the franchise that finishes first in the NFC will have an extra year to add to their current contracts.
The teams will also have an additional two years to negotiate a new deal.
The deal must be in writing and signed by all of the players.
If they do not agree to it, the players can strike and the franchise can go to arbitration.
In the case of a tie, the team with a higher winning percentage can be eliminated.
If the league does not agree on a contract by the time the season begins, the next highest-paid player on the roster will be eligible to start at that position.
The first-year deal would have a base value of $3 million, and a $2 million signing bonus.
The third-year option is worth $4.4 billion, and would pay the top two salaries of the franchise the minimum of $2 billion.
The third-highest team could receive $3 billion.
The fourth-year would pay $3,817,667 for the player, $1 and $2,000 each year for the rest of his career.
The fifth-year will pay $4,056,333, $3 and $3 each year over the next four years.
The fifth-highest franchise would get $5,926,833.
If a franchise fails to reach an agreement with the league, it could become a free agent.
The franchise can negotiate for the contract with the NFL as a team or as a franchise if the NFL gives it the franchise tag.
The current agreement expires after the 2020 season.
The last two years are the one on which the players get paid for the remainder of the contract, including the one with the tag.
In 2021, the player would make $2.,667 per game, with the maximum bonus for the year at $547,333.
In 2022, he would make about $3.,817 per game.
In 2024, he could earn $3 in each of his final two seasons with the team.
In 2025, he