Originally Posted by Galian Beast
So wait, you can have under compensation, but you can't have over compensation?
Just because a market compensates you at a level doesn't mean you aren't over compensated.
The NFL is an artificially elevated market.
- Tax exemptions and subsidies
- Price fixed cable
- An academic structural deficit
I never said you can't be overcompensated, but considering the billions in revenue the NFL earns, especially considering they're success versus other professional leagues, you can make the case the players are more undercompensated than over. Regardless, your level of compensation is irrelevant to whether your employer is justified in knowingly withholding knowledge in regards to your future health.