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The release of the Packers' financial figures on Monday show a league that is awash in money from new TV contracts.

New television contracts meant a huge influx of cash for the Green Bay Packers and the league's other 31 teams. The Packers received an additional $38.7 million in national revenue, the team revealed on Monday. Multiply that by 32 teams, and that's an additional $1.24 billion to almost $7.5 billion.

"National revenue makes up roughly 60 percent of our revenue, which I think is very healthy for the league overall to have national revenue so high because that’s shared equally by the teams," team President Mark Murphy said.


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