Professional football, like its baseball, basketball and hockey counterparts, is a business. However, it is a better business than its cousins because of the salary cap, a self-imposed control that was implemented by the owners to temper runaway spending on valuable players.
Call it luck or great planning, but Nashville has two of the best-run professional leagues in town in its football and hockey franchises.
But to the detriment of their leagues, Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association owners are spendthrifts. Once "America's sport,