The 32 franchises divvied up more than $6 billion in revenue for the first time, according to financial figures released by the Green Bay Packers on Thursday afternoon and reported by ESPN.
The Packers announced that their national revenue was $187.7 million. Most of that money came from the NFL's television deal.
The league's revenue climbed 4.3 percent from the previous season because of agreements with the NFL Network and Nike, according to Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy.
The Packers are the NFL's only public held team with shareholders and is required to disclose financial figures. Local revenue was $136.3 million and the team had a $25.5 million profit, which dropped almost 53 percent because of player contracts totaling $171 million.