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Which teams are the most likely to pay to upgrade to next-gen equipment?

There’s a new standard of living in the NFL: The league has spent more than $100 million in the last three years to upgrade its stadiums, stadiums and other facilities.

The NFL has spent a total of more than half a billion dollars since 2012 to keep up with demand and maintain current facilities, according to the league’s 2017 report.

It’s more than any other sport in the world, according the report.

And it’s also more than the NBA, the NBA’s $85 million per year deal with Adidas.

The NBA has already spent about $6.5 billion in upgrades to stadiums, which is $11 billion more than all other major sports combined.

In 2018, the league spent $11.2 billion, up from $10.9 billion in 2017.

And the NFL’s stadium renovation plan, which has been in place since 2014, will cost $7.3 billion by 2023, according NFL officials.

The plan includes $10 billion in additional spending over the next four years, including $5 billion for a new luxury box, $3 billion for upgrades to the stadium parking lot, and $1 billion for the expansion of the field.

The league also expects to spend $6 billion over five years to expand the league office and get its television network up and running, and it’s set to spend another $2.5 million for the renovation of the existing facility.

For the first time, the NFL expects to be able to increase the number of teams by 10% in 2021.

The next two years will be crucial.

The 2018-2019 league year ends in March 2019.

The 2019-2020 league year begins in March 2020.

If the league does not reach a deal with teams to keep the stadiums in place and has to relocate or close them, the 2020-21 league year will begin in 2022.

The new stadiums, renovations and expansion will be built at least in part with private money.

But the NFL also will need private funds, too.

For 2019, the plan calls for $200 million in private financing, up a bit from the $150 million in 2018.

And that figure is likely to grow as more private money is secured.

The owners will likely be forced to spend more on upgrades, too, which will likely lead to more costs.

The average price tag for new stadiums is $6 million, according ESPN’s SportsMoney.

That’s higher than the $3.3 million for renovations.

The report also projects that the average cost for new facilities will be $15 million to $18 million by 2021.

That will rise to $19 million to a whopping $27 million in 2022, according SportsMoney, with $35 million of that going to the NFL for stadiums.