The NFL has announced that they are cutting 150 jobs (>13%). This from the league office, not the individual teams. The league, has already begun the pressure for players to accept lower salaries. Many questions, as concerns, ticket sales, attendance with its vendor and parking monies, naming rights, advertiser/sponsor support, TV contracts, etc., have arisen. And many of these have already begun to show in the beginnings of multi-faceted revenue losses. The NFL is the last professional sport to be addressing the economic realities. There is no doubt that this latest occurence will be only a glimpse into what will be happening at the team level. What are the potential effects? Number of coaches and scouts, player salaries, sponsorships, naming rights, ticket sales and prices??? We can only guess. As a side bar, in these times, no way would I want to be Jerry Jones with his Ceasar-like palace. I wonder what type of fiddle he'll be playing while the fires burn.