Sporting cars are not cheap anymore.
According to a new report from car magazine The Lad, the average car in the NFL is now listed at $18,000.
The Lad is the latest in a long line of publications to break the news that the average price of a new car is $12.5 million.
The cars are going for more than the average annual salary of a professional athlete.
The car industry is so expensive that you have to pay for gas to get to the dealership.
You also have to be in a high-cost city, which adds up quickly.
The NFL now boasts more than 100,000 cars in its fleet.
This is a big deal, but it’s not all about the money.
The new cars are also being driven by teams who want to win.
The teams have been able to do so because the players are used to having to buy their own cars.
That’s a big change from years past.
Back when the NFL was a free-market organization, the players were the ones who were driving the business.
In 1999, the NFL signed a five-year deal with the National Football League Players Association, which gave the players control over their own futures.
The players made a big play in 1998 when the National Hockey League made the players the owners of its teams.
Since then, the NHL has been able a number of times to push the league to embrace free agency.
The most recent push came in 2010, when the NHL Players Association agreed to pay the salary cap for the next five years, which the players said would give them the leverage to make more than they were getting in the past.
The latest push comes as the league faces a significant salary cap issue.
The cap for next season was set at $65 million, but the players want to spend more on the league’s players than that, which would put the cap higher.
The league has to increase spending by some $1 billion this off-season, which is a significant amount.
As a result, the league has begun to see a drop in revenue.
The average annual ticket price for the Super Bowl is now $7,077, according to Forbes.
The price of the cheapest season ticket is now less than $500.
But this doesn’t necessarily mean the players aren’t getting more money.
When the NFL introduced a new $25 million television contract in 2013, the biggest beneficiary was the league, which saw a huge drop in television ratings.
This year, the Super League is going to have to spend the biggest amount to get its new contract signed.
The other major beneficiary is the league office, which has been making a profit of $1.7 billion this year, according the Sporting News.
That profit is up from $600 million the year before.
The revenue the league is getting is the same as the previous two seasons, according ESPN’s Sports Business Daily.
The big difference is that this year the NFL has a much bigger payroll.
The salary cap has been at $71.8 million this year.
The team that is paying the biggest salaries, the Jacksonville Jaguars, have been spending almost $30 million per week.
That includes $7.5 billion in guaranteed money and another $6 billion in player salaries.
The Jaguars are getting $5 million per game from the league and the salary-cap bump is worth another $10 million, according a source with knowledge of the matter.
The next big question is whether the players will be willing to pay more to play for the new teams.
In the past, the owners have said they were willing to pony up more money for the team.
The owners were the first to start to demand that the players sign their own contracts in 2009, when they were able to sign their deals to a deal worth nearly $300 million.
In 2010, the owner of the New York Jets agreed to a five year contract worth more than $200 million.
But the players quickly pulled their support for the deal when the team had to pay $15 million in salary cap penalties.
The only other team willing to sign the contract was the New Orleans Saints, who were able do so after being hit with a $12 million salary cap penalty.
The Saints were able use a franchise tag this year to keep them under the salary limit.
The Jets, who have a $3.7 million cap space, are also getting a big bump this year from the franchise tag.
But that bump is offset by a $2 million cap penalty on top of the $13 million the Jets had to spend to keep the team under the cap.
The Dolphins are also receiving a bump this off season from the team tag, but not to the same extent.
The Miami Dolphins signed a three-year, $33 million contract with quarterback Ryan Tannehill in 2011.
The tag also included $10.5 or $12 Million guaranteed.
Tannehills contract was signed as a rookie, so he’s still only 25 years old.
But his contract is