http://denver.cbslocal.com/2017/04/30/denver-broncos-season-tickets-revoked/ Basically in the linked story, several people who bought season tickets sold all of the tickets online, and when the team found out they revoked the right to renew the season tickets. Sucks for the guy in the story, because if his story is true, he had a lot of extenuating circumstances that prevented him from going to games. Sounds reasonable, right? Well, this was discussed during the Detroit drive home time radio show last night. It seems similar things have happened to Lions fans - except fans were banned from renewing their tickets because they sold a week or two worth of their season tickets. When they called in to appeal - assuming they were actually able to get ahold of someone, stayed on the call being transferred several different times, or bothered calling back, Lions reps said they had been red flagged for being a ticket broker because they sold their tickets on nfltickets.com, even if they only did it once or twice, and that breaks their rules and they won't be allowed to renew their tickets. Oh - and "no showing" isn't the answe, either - another caller did that several times and had his tickets revoked. The justification? YOU bought the tickets, we expect YOU to show up for the games. Someone else called in and said the same thing is also happening in Green Bay, so it's likely it's happening everywhere. So basically you cannot watch an NFL game, whether on TV or in person, without being force fed ads by the NFL for nfltickets.com. Then a fan and goes and sells a couple of tickets for games (s)he cannot attend. Then the teams get a report of who used the NFL's service to sell tickets, flags them for being a ticket broker, then bans them from renewing their tickets. Classy. And people wonder why Roger Goodell is as hated as he is and the NFL is quickly becoming one of the most reviled pro sports leagues.