I'm not just talking about players, I'm talking about the structure and organization in general. Yes, its good that there's something closer to parity between players and owners, and I appreciate the concerns over the health risks players are putting themselves through. But yeah, Tom, I love ya, but saying I'm arguing sports should be free is a terrible strawman. Obviously there's going to be money involved, and to be honest I'm less concerned about the salaries of the players (which are admittedley an easy target) but the commercialization that surrounds them. At some point watching the Bridgestone Bud Light Pre-Postgame Commercial Breakdown gets oppressive. Its a little messed up that you can't watch a game for a single second without someone trying to manipulate you into buying something. Granted, this is more a general symptom of the the world we live, its just things like the Super Bowl are just really egregious examples of it.