Which college football teams need the most football equipment?
The sport is on the rise in Hawaii, but some of the most valuable pieces of gear for the league’s players are located in the United States.
Hawaii ranks fifth among the 20 states for football equipment sales in 2020, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The state ranked fourth in 2020 for revenue and fifth for sales.
The top 10 sales were New York, Massachusetts, California, Texas and New Jersey.
In 2020, sales of football equipment totaled $10.6 billion.
The next highest was Texas at $5.6.
The biggest was Florida at $4.6 million.
The NFL’s biggest market in 2020 was New York with $1.1 billion in sales.
That was followed by California ($850 million) and Texas ($730 million).
The biggest market for the NFL in 2020 is the United Kingdom, with $4 million in sales, followed by Australia ($3.4 million) at $2.6 and Germany ($2.1 million).
The NFL had an average of 5.7 percent of its revenue in 2020 coming from the sale of football gear.
In 2020 there were 12 NFL teams and five national teams.
That number includes five division rivals (the Dolphins, Seahawks, Rams and Steelers), four division winners (Baltimore, San Francisco, Oakland and Cincinnati) and three NFC East teams (Philadelphia, New York and Washington).
In 2020 the NFL had 14,737 employees.
The average salary of a full-time NFL player was $23.0 million.
The biggest single-season revenue-producing NFL team in 2020 came in 2017, when the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers had an estimated $12.4 billion in revenue.
There are a number of factors that could influence which teams are the most profitable.
The NFL has long had the best revenue-generating television deals and other revenue-boosting revenue streams.
However, the NFL is starting to see some players who may be earning more money than their counterparts in other sports.
For example, tight end Zach Miller of the Denver Broncos has been earning $20 million per season in the past two years.