The NFL is the NFL, and the players are all football players.
But the problem is they all have gambling addiction.
And this is the problem that is killing professional sports.
In the NFL’s quest to keep the sport alive, the league is spending more money to keep fans addicted to gambling.
The average annual NFL ticket price is up to $1,200, while the average NFL player makes $100,000 annually, according to Forbes.
And that’s just for starters.
The NFL’s new, expanded television deal with ESPN was a huge moneymaker, and ESPN is now one of the league’s biggest sponsors, with $5.4 billion worth of annual revenue.
The league also has the luxury of having its own television network, Fox Sports 1.
And the NFL is making huge money off the streaming rights to its games, which can run up to five hours in length.
With all of that money flowing into the pockets of the NFL players, it is no wonder they are all struggling to control their gambling addiction and stay away from gambling.
While the NFL has made it a priority to educate players about gambling addiction, they don’t always understand the impact that it is having on their lives.
“I’ve never had a gambling problem.
I’ve had a few,” one NFL player told The Associated Press.
“I think a lot of it is just just because I’m in the middle of it, and it’s all so overwhelming.
And I don’t know where I fit in the whole problem.”
A growing number of athletes are also using the NFL to help them recover from their gambling addictions.
Former Indianapolis Colts star Frank Gore was diagnosed with gambling addiction in 2008, but his addiction wasn’t as bad as the one he faced when he was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens.
In 2015, he became the first player in NFL history to win Super Bowl LI with a positive gambling test, and he is now fighting to get the league to change its policy.
Gore said he used to gamble every Sunday, but he is trying to keep his addiction to gambling a secret from his family.
“If you don’t want to talk about it, I think it’s okay to talk,” Gore said.
“It’s not the only thing that’s bothering me, it’s just my addiction to it, but I think people have to understand the truth, and you have to know that the NFL isn’t a good place for you to be, and that’s a big part of it.
It’s like you are not welcome here.”
Gore’s wife and their children live in California and his daughter has been living in the NFL since she was six years old.
But they are still living in Indianapolis.
“The main thing is to stay away,” Gore’s daughter said.
And she is not alone.
The number of NFL players who have tried to quit their gambling habits has skyrocketed in recent years, with the number of addicted players rising from 2,500 in 2015 to about 15,000 now, according the American Association of Addiction and Mental Health.
The number of players who admit they are addicted to alcohol has doubled since 2015, according APAAM.
And in addition to being the NFL champion, the Indianapolis Colts have the NFL title and the NFL Finals every year, and their fans love them for it.
“We have a great support system,” Gore told the APAam.
“We have coaches and family members that are there with us.
And we’re always in contact with them.”
Gambling addiction can be hard to overcome, especially if you live in an affluent area like Indianapolis, which has a high concentration of wealthy people.
In a recent survey of 3,000 NFL players conducted by the league, the average player was more than twice as likely to be addicted to drugs than they were to gambling, the APAP found.
In fact, the survey found that the average addicted player had more gambling problems than the average non-addicted player.
The players were more likely to have a gambling relapse, the report said.
That’s the good news.
The bad news is that there are other ways to quit gambling that don’t involve the NFL.
Many experts believe that if the NFL wanted to address the problem, it would use the money it makes from television deals, ticket sales and sponsorships to educate its players and other professionals.
“A lot of these professionals are doing a lot, a lot,” said Dr. Kevin D. Osterholm, the chief medical officer of the American Heart Association.
“If they were better educated, they would know how to do this better.”
The NFL could take steps to better educate its members about the addiction epidemic, including the NFL Players Association and the union’s gambling addiction task force, Osterhams said.
“That would be something I’d love to see,” he said.
The problem with this is that the league doesn’t seem to have an understanding of what it’s doing to help its players get clean.