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bleacherreport.com/articles/366795-do-athletes-get-paid-too-much-money

Mar 21, 2010 ... Wouldn't it be great to make nearly $111 million a year simply to play a game? Tiger Woods, along with many other professional athletes, certainly think so. But do these athletes really deserve all that money? In my mind, absolutely not. Professional athletes are making too much money in a society where ...

thetylt.com/sports/do-professional-athletes-make-too-much-money

Your average professional player earns between $1.54 and $5.3 million per year across all four major U.S. sports. Since professional sports leagues generate billions of dollars in revenue, players say they're just getting their fair share. But is it fair to pay people to play a game when your average teacher only makes $45335 ...

www.debate.org/opinions/are-professional-athletes-paid-too-much

Definitely too much. I know athletes put a lot of time and effort into becoming famous, professional athletes, but I think it is unfair that actual "helpful" jobs get paid less than the athletes. Even the president makes less then famous athletes. There are other jobs in the world such as police officers, firefighters, doctors, and  ...

www.si.com/thecauldron/2016/10/20/professional-athletes-underpaid

Oct 20, 2016 ... Still, there will always be those who say that professional athletes should thank their lucky stars for what they have and any talk about them being underpaid is pure hogwash. Sure, compared to teachers, lawyers, doctors and just about anyone else they are overpaid, but not when compared to TV, movie ...

www.teenink.com/opinion/all/article/24311/Professional-Athletes-are-Overpaid-for-their-Jobs

Professional athletes are extremely overpaid for the “jobs” that they do. They only entertain for a living and get paid millions of dollars, in some cases, to do so. These athletes are paid for jobs that they only do for a certain number of games and do not even play the games over the course of an entire year. In most ...

www.nbcnews.com/video/dylan-ratigan-show/39836871

no, you're getting it right and you can add how the fans get beaten up in that argument as well. this goes with the theme of your show, dylan, that the debt is socialized, but the profits are privatized, which hurts communities. it's an absolute joke because as the nfl is saying on the one hand, that concussions are a major issue ...

fee.org/articles/athletes-salaries-too-high-sports-fans-blame-yourselves

Jul 1, 2007 ... If my neighbors in the sports bar are seriously distressed that star athletes make so much more than educators, the power to alter that situation lies with them. They can stop paying so much for ESPN and tickets to ballgames and instead spend the money they save on their children's schooling. I certainly ...

www.bartleby.com/essay/Elite-Athletes-are-Being-Paid-too-Much-PKS335YTC

Essay about Are Pro Athletes Paid Too Much? 728 Words | 3 Pages. 11 trillion dollar debt, if athletes could get paid $150,000/year then we could save 1 billion dollars a year. The monetary worth of athletes exceeds the value that any one individual is actually worth. League officials should be using salary caps, negotiations, ...

waltonian.eastern.edu/sports/are-professional-athletes-overpaid

Dec 15, 2014 ... Yes Elizabeth Vollmer. The United States pays its professional athletes way too much. According to the Huffington Post, within a five-year period an average professional athlete in the NBA makes $24.7 million, $17.9 million in the MLB, and $1.9 million in the NFL. To put this in perspective, the President of ...