The NFL has released its annual report on its business, and the results are pretty darn impressive.

The league’s total revenue for the 2013 season was $6.2 billion, up $2.1 billion from 2012 and $1.3 billion from 2011.

That number includes both revenue generated through the league’s TV contracts and ticket sales.

It also includes the revenues from ticket sales, advertising, merchandising and other revenue sources.

The NFL’s business has grown by $2 billion since 2012, with an increase of $3.9 billion in revenue.

That growth is a bit larger than the previous year, but the increase in revenue is not enough to offset the decrease in revenue for teams.

According to the league, the NFL has become a more profitable business.

The revenue share is up from 36.2% in 2012 to 44.6% in 2013.

The league expects the percentage of revenue that the league receives from the television contracts to increase to 47.3% in 2022.

That’s a huge increase, especially considering the fact that the NFL’s revenue last year dropped by almost half from $8.4 billion in 2012 and 2013 to $6 billion.

That doesn’t mean that the television deals are going to be the only source of revenue for these teams.

The NFL’s TV deal, which runs through 2023, is expected to be worth an additional $1 billion a year in total.

And teams are also expected to receive some other revenue streams, such as hotel stays, merchandise sales and licensing.

But that’s not the only thing the league is looking to improve upon in its revenue.

In terms of revenue growth, the league saw a decrease of $1 million in total revenue and an increase in its advertising revenue.

That revenue growth was partially offset by a $500 million decrease in ticket sales from 2012 to 2013, a decrease in merchandise sales from $2 million to $1,000, and an overall decline in the revenue that teams generated from television contracts.

That decline in revenue from the league was partly offset by an increase from ticket prices from $1 to $2, a $100 million increase in merchandise prices from 2012, a 1.2 million increase from merchandise sales in 2011, and a $2-billion increase in merchandise sales.

That $2 bill from the NFL seems to be mostly offset by the increase from the TV contracts, which brings the total to $7.1 in 2013, which is up $6 million from 2012.

The new television deals also bring in a bit more than $1 a share in revenue, which should help to offset any decreases in revenue that might come with the NFL making some of those deals.