It was another profitable year for the Green Bay Packers, setting franchise records for
net income, revenue and profit from operations.
Total revenue went up 2% to $308.1-million. Net income rose 1% to $43.1-million and the team generated a record $54.3-million in profit, up 26.4%.
The Packers benefited from a significant drop in player costs in 2012, a decrease of about $19-million. But the Packers did commit millions of dollars to long-term extensions to Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews. The team will see the effect of those deals next year.