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Infographic -The Economic Impact of the NFL Lockout

As the labor dispute between the NFL and the players’ union continue to press on, many fear the impact the lockout will have  not only on the future on the NFL, but on the small business and cities that rely on NFL-related revenues.  Here’s a breakdown of the economics of the NFL lockout.  What are your thoughts?

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If you want to stay more up to date on the NFL Lockout talks, make sure to head over to Darren Rovell’s Sports Business Blog to learn more. This Infographic was originally posted on Focus.com and was created by our good friends at Column Five Media.

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9 Responses to Infographic -The Economic Impact of the NFL Lockout

  1. GailS April 27, 2011 at 5:05 pm #

    I wrote as much about real-world affects of an ongoing labor dispute last month: http://www.publiside.com/2011/03/an-extended-nfl-lockout-hurts-more-than-players-and-owners-bad-pr-is-just-part-of-the-fallout

    More people than at first, second or third glance will feel the strife.

  2. mikeslone April 29, 2011 at 8:09 pm #

    On the Las Vegas stat – one dice equals $100,000,000. Not $100,000.

  3. mikeslone April 29, 2011 at 8:10 pm #

    On the Las Vegas stat – one dice equals $10 billion. Not $100,000.

  4. JMattHicks May 6, 2011 at 2:13 pm #

    Wow. Absolutely mind blowing. How can you leave SO much money on the table? I don’t get it. I get WHY there’s a dispute, but how they let it get to the point of a lock-out I’ll never understand. So, so much money being lost for, what seems to me to be, a mix of greed and a stubborn attitude.

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