The National Football League Suffering
From A Struggling Economy

The National Football League is facing budget cuts to make up the short fall. School Officials explained that the money has to come from somewhere. Their response is cuts to production and workforce.

"It is no longer cost effective to pay things like wages and benefits." School Officials said.

The National Football League said that weak demand wasn't the only brake on business expansion. All sources of funding, including profits, debt, and equity, have either dried up or become too costly.

This was based on an idea from Bad Economy.