Before the NFL's 32 teams became the billion-dollar enterprises they are today, the Kansas City Chiefs were a break-even business with lots of overhead. Or so the Chiefs portrayed themselves. "It's an expensive operation," the team's chairman and chief executive, the late Jack Steadman, told The Star in 1992 after a rare trove of financial documents emerged in a lawsuit titled McNeil vs the NFL.
Wednesday, February 06, 2019
Newspaper Downplays Taxpayer Cash Whilst Counting Money For Kansas City Chiefs
Here's a boring write-up of an impressive ripoff that Dead-Tree Media didn't have enough guts to run during the playoffs . . . Now, the report is past its expiration date and mostly just seems to compliment the last remaining staffers on their research skills. Read more for all of the good stuff buried: