The National Football League is still trying to figure out how to sell its jersey sales, and the company is not alone.

An investigation by the National Football Post has found that many NFL teams have had to pay millions in back taxes, and they are also having to pay fines.

The Post found that several NFL teams paid more than $1 billion in back tax for the first half of this year.

Some teams have already paid millions more, and some are still paying fines. 

According to the Post, teams are paying $1.2 billion in tax for 2014, $1 million in 2015, $2 million in 2016 and $2.4 million in 2017.

The NFL has paid more in back-tax fines than the combined revenue of all NFL teams in the previous two years.

Some NFL teams are still owed $9.5 million, and that figure has risen by $1,000 each day since the beginning of the year.

“This is a massive issue that the NFL is having to deal with, and I think it’s a problem that the league needs to address,” said Mark Geragos, an associate professor of law at Columbia University and the co-author of “NFL on the Run: The Making of the New York Jets.”

“They’re not doing it right.”

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has made a series of attempts to address the issue.

Last year, he proposed a rule that would force teams to collect the full amount of back taxes owed, but it was blocked by Congress.

This summer, he also introduced a new uniform code that will require players to wear the correct uniform at all times.

It is expected to be released by the NFL’s commissioner this month.

But there are still plenty of teams that have not paid their back taxes. 

“The NFL is in the middle of this problem, and it’s been in the same position for a long time,” said John Bivens, a former federal prosecutor who is now an attorney at the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis.

“The NFL has been on a really bad track for years.

There’s no way to fix this.

We’ve just got to figure this out.” 

While many teams have been caught in the tax trap, some have been able to avoid paying back taxes for years now. 

In 2014, the NFL was forced to pay back $2 billion due to fines and back taxes that it had paid.

The league was fined $500 million for a violation of the Uniform Commercial Code, which is used to govern commercial products like uniforms.

The commissioner of the NFLPA, Michael Signora, was able to recoup $100 million in fines.

But the NFL has had to keep millions of dollars in back wages and benefits in an attempt to avoid being hit with the tax bill. 

Despite the growing problems, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that the team tax problems are only part of the problem.

“There’s a lot of other issues that are contributing to these problems,” Goodell said in an interview with the Post.

“We have a huge amount of money that’s owed to the federal government.

We have a lot that’s overdue.

We’re having to spend billions and billions of dollars on compliance.” 

For the past five years, teams have also been fined for violating the Uniform Tax Policy, a law that was designed to prevent teams from being forced to collect back taxes in the first place.

The new uniform policy mandates that players wear uniform pants, a black shirt, a white shirt, and a tie in all games, as well as in some playoff games.

The policy also states that no player can be wearing any other type of uniform during the season. 

However, some teams are refusing to comply with the policy, and have sued the league to try to get the tax money back. 

Since 2015, the league has tried to change the uniform code, but this past summer, the union finally agreed to change it. 

It’s not yet clear if this new uniform system will be a significant solution for all teams.

The problem is that the uniform codes for many teams are outdated and the code that currently exists will not change, according to Greg Wyshynski, a spokesman for the NFL Players Association. 

NFL teams will continue to be able to wear uniforms with certain numbers on the back, but they are not going to be allowed to change those numbers. 

As part of its efforts to fix the issue, the League is also making changes to its corporate social responsibility program. 

A new policy says that teams will no longer receive any of the money they receive from the league.

Instead, the money will be used to support local charities, which are supported by players.

The money will also be used for training for players. 

While it’s still unclear what the future holds for the players, there is some hope that a solution to the back taxes problem may be coming soon.