How much does the NFL pay its players for their sex lives?

NFL players are paid hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to participate in sexual activities and to share intimate images with other players.

The NFL Players Association said in its latest report to Congress that it is paying more than $200 million a year for players to perform sexual acts, including massage, sex toys, and sex in video games.

In the latest report, released Wednesday, the union also said it was paying more per game than it was in 2016 for its contracts with the NFL and the NBA.

A spokesman for the NFLPA did not respond to a request for comment.

The NFLPA’s report to the House of Representatives includes details about the compensation for players participating in sex acts.

The union reported that it paid players $21.9 million in 2016, which included $6.3 million for a player who has sex with his or her girlfriend.

The player receives about $1,500 a month in base salary for that period.

The report also said that players are allowed to engage in sex with the same partner who is paid for that work, but that players cannot share intimate photographs.

That could mean the players will get $5,000 to $10,000 for each sex act.

In a statement, the NFL Players union said that the players union is committed to equal pay and is looking forward to working with lawmakers to make our players’ pay more reflective of their contributions to our game.

The union also released a letter from its leadership that said it supports the proposal, saying that the proposal is consistent with the core values of the NFL, which it said includes respect, honesty, integrity, responsibility, and teamwork.

The proposal is in line with the union’s efforts to increase the pay of its players, which are among the highest paid in the league.

It also follows the release of a report by the Players Association last year that found that some of the highest-paid players in the NFL are gay, and that some players are married.