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The NFL has long been an elite league.
The league has reached the pinnacle of the American sports business.
But this season, the NFL is getting older and more boring.
As the league struggles to keep up with the growth of the Internet, it has also been grappling with a looming decline in its fan base.
The NFL has been hit hard by the Internet slowdown, which is likely the biggest factor in the league’s decline in revenue, according to a report released by the National Association of Broadcasters on Tuesday.
The report also said that the NFL’s revenue fell 2.7 percent in the second quarter of 2017, while the average ticket price of a home game rose 9.7%.
The average attendance in the NFL this season was down 13.5 percent from the same period last year.
The NFL’s overall revenue was down 14.7% from the third quarter of 2016.
The NAB report also pointed to a dip in television viewership for the season.
The average number of viewers watching a game decreased from 3.7 million in the first quarter of this year to 3.2 million last year, according the NAB.
The National Football League, which owns the majority of the NFL Network, has been grappling for years with a declining television audience.
The National Football Association, which owned the majority, has struggled to reach the audience of more than 7 million fans the NFL was hoping for last year when the league went on a television broadcast binge.
The numbers were worse for the NFL than they were for other sports leagues because most of the network’s advertising revenue comes from its broadcast contracts.
The network, which relies on television and other ad revenue, also relies heavily on subscription fees from the NFL to cover its expenses.
The most recent numbers are a blow to the league because they indicate that it will likely not be able to survive on the current financial footing.
The company is seeking more help from investors and is looking to restructure.
The NAB said that despite the struggles of the league, the average attendance is up from the second half of last season to the second.
It said that this year’s average attendance was higher than the season-ending numbers released by MLB and the NFLPA.
The league is struggling to make up for lost revenues.
The revenue stream from ticket sales, which was down 4.5% from last year to $2.1 billion, has remained relatively flat.
Ticket prices in the new season are higher than in the old one because they are going up because of the rise in the cost of renting a stadium, according a report from Bloomberg.