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Players win big under new TV deals

With NBC, CBS, and FOX each reportedly paying more than $1 billion per year and ESPN reportedly paying nearly $2 billion per year for Monday Night Football and DirecTV paying more than $1 billion per year for NFL Sunday Ticket and Verizon paying a bunch of money for the right to stream games on mobile…
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