Advertisement  The NFL’s new TV rights deal with Disney was signed on Thursday, and ESPN is the biggest pay-TV provider in the NFL.

ESPN also owns Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2.

The league’s new deal with ESPN is expected to add another $10 million to the salary cap this season.

ESPN and ESPN2 are owned by Time Warner.

The NFL will now have $3 billion in revenue this season, up from $2.6 billion last season.ESPN and its parent company Time Warner own the rights to broadcast the Super Bowl on the biggest of the biggest networks, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, TNT, truTV, TNT2, tru-TV, truChannel and truTV Now, along with other networks.

The networks are owned and operated by Turner Sports.

The new TV deal will increase the NFL’s total revenue from $3.3 billion to $4.3 Billion.

The league is also making $5 million per week in ad revenue on ESPN2.

ESPN has been one of the NFLs biggest payers of advertising in recent years.

The network paid $4 billion for rights to run a 30-second commercial during the 2016-17 season, which is the highest ever.

It was ESPN’s second highest-paid ad deal.

ESPN’s revenue rose 12% last season to $5.1 billion. 

ESPN has long been a big player in sports.

In 2010, ESPN and Turner Sports became the first media companies to jointly own the NFL and NBA.

In the past three years, ESPN has grown from an early adopter of the internet and streaming to a major player in the sports world.

In 2016, ESPN was the most-watched TV network in the U.S. The company has also been one that has been a major advertiser for ESPN, including through its new ad revenue deal with Time Warner, which it bought for $4 B.