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Football notes

Owners can share the blame

Resolving revenue conflict could be costly

By Ron Borges
Globe Staff / July 2, 2006

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While the consulting firm the NFL hired to formulate qualifying requirements for teams to draw from the revenue-sharing pool continues to search for something acceptable to all 32 owners, a recent season-ticket bill sent out by the Washington Redskins spoke directly to the revenue gulf that threatens to cause problems for small-market owners such as Jacksonville's Wayne Weaver and Buffalo's ... (Full article: 2480 words)

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