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There are two kinds of NFL investments.
The first is a massive, multi-billion-dollar investment in the construction of a brand new stadium.
The second is a $1 billion investment in broadband internet equipment.
The $1 Billion Internet Infrastructure Investment will be the NFL’s first ever investment in infrastructure.
The NFL announced the $1BN investment on Monday, the day after the NFL Scouting Combine.
The $1bn investment in Internet infrastructure is part of the NFLs new $1B broadband infrastructure plan.
It is part a $2 billion investment into the construction and expansion of the Super Bowl XLVIII stadium in Glendale, Ariz.
The league plans to build the stadium and host the Superbowl this year.
The NFL’s announcement came just as the NFLPA is gearing up to fight a lawsuit brought by its members, including some of the league’s top executives, in the federal district court in Dallas.
The suit was filed by the NFL Players Association on behalf of the players on behalf and the union on behalf with the National Football League Players Association.
The suit argues that the NFL has not followed the antitrust laws in the past by using its power to enforce contracts with its members and other sports leagues and by requiring the NFL to use its collective bargaining power to negotiate with other sports teams.
The union has asked for a jury trial and to force the NFL and the NFL Network to come up with a plan to get the Superdome up and running again by 2022.