National Football League 1 (NFL1) is a professional American football league. It is backed by the National Football League (NFL), the largest league in the United States and serves as a development league.
NFL1 is a department within NFL Football Operations and is run by NFL personal.
It operates as a single entity, with all teams owned and operated by the league as well as all intellectual property rights, tickets, supplied equipment, and broadcast rights.
NFL1 sets the teams' schedules; negotiates all stadium leases and assumes all related liabilities; pays the salaries of referees and other league personnel; and supplies certain equipment.
The league has the sole responsibility for negotiating and entering into agreements with, and for compensating, Players. Contracts last for a single season and are not guaranteed. Payments are made weekly for the duration of the season.
|Columbus Crush||100px||Columbus, OH||Mapfre Stadium|
|Memphis Pharaohs||100px||Memphis, TN||Liberty Bowl Stadium|
|Oklahoma City Roughnecks||Oklahoma City, OK||Taft Stadium|
|Toronto Thunder||100px||Toronto, ON||BMO Field|
|Austin Generals||100px||Austin, TX||Texas Memorial Stadium|
|Portland Storm||100px||Portland, OR||Providence Park|
|Sacramento Renegades||100px||Sacramento, CA||Hornets Stadium|
|San Antonio Outlaws||100px||San Antonio, TX||Alamodome|
Players and compensationEdit