The Green Bay Packers report a net income of almost 73-million dollars for the year ending in March. The N-F-L’s only publicly owned team set another record for total revenues with 441-million, eight-percent more than the previous year due to increases in national T-V revenues, sponsorships, ticket money, and sales from the Packer Pro Shop. For the fourth year in a row, the Packers were ninth among the 32 N-F-L teams in revenues — but team officials say new stadiums for teams like Atlanta and the Los Angeles Rams means that Green Bay will have to keep raising its ticket prices to maintain its goal of being near the league average. Also, president Mark Murphy says the Packers are diversifying their revenues so they don’t all hinge on football — and the new Titletown entertainment district that’s under construction is key part of that. The numbers were released in advance of the Packers’ annual stockholders meeting on July 24th.