Why do NFL players hate real estate?

When you’re the best player in the NFL, it’s a lot harder to get into a good deal.

But when you’re a billionaire, it can be a lot easier.

According to Forbes magazine, which analyzed the top 10 highest-paid players in the world, the NFL is the fifth-most valuable professional sport in the U.S. The average NFL salary is $1.45 million per season, while the average American household makes $22,746 per year.

That means the NFL’s players have an average of $1,873,000 to spend on real estate per year, while they have an additional $1 million to spend in other forms of income.

That money can be used to pay for luxury goods and services, or it can go towards buying a mansion, a $1 billion beachfront property, or a yacht.

That is why some players hate the real estate market.

It can be expensive, and it takes a certain kind of person to buy real estate for $1 mill in the Cayman Islands.

That was on display last season, when the Dallas Cowboys went to the Super Bowl.

They paid $1 and 1/4 million for a 2,200-square-foot mansion in Belize, the largest luxury property in the United States.

The Dallas Cowboys are a team that has been around since 1964.

They have been in the league since 1960, when they won the Superbowl.

In 2012, the Cowboys had $3.9 billion in the bank.

According the Forbes report, the Dallas team is also the biggest seller of real estate in the city of Belize.

The average selling price in Belizer is $6.1 million, while a typical home sold for $2.6 million in 2015.

The Cowboys are the only team that sells for more than $2 million.

The most expensive home in Belized is a $7.8 million three-bedroom house in the town of Bambina, which has an assessed value of $4.9 million.

The home sold in November for $8.4 million.