I dunno I don't think that is necessary . The costs are not high for rosters and the deal today covers it and the deal today has not increased in proper evaluations with other similar products domestically for live sports content value .
The money is there if there is expansion they get more content .
The problem with the CFL is the lack of teams for sufficient content to bid on .
The more content the greater the media deal etc .... .
The greater the auxillary revenue deals including more streaming revenue the need to rely on bums in the seats becomes less .
Reality today the CFL is a 20 k league . Dropping it down by 5 k to get more teams and nothing says it needs to stay at 15 k if there is greater interest and better stadiums in time . Bring down start up costs and bring in more investors for ownership that can build within that new CFL community .
The issue for the CFL is lack of growth especially domestic growth .
Take away the infrastructure barrier to a more modest means and gain exponentially with rapid growth in revenue is in their grasp .
Will they do it history says no and we will be here again and again looking at fire trucks circling around the league .
The CFL is already modest in costs compared to others especially when you consider the crazy roster sizes .
The CPL and the CFL both have a chance to take advantage of the new technology of the times and move quickly to modest facilities to gain growth and get some deals for stream starved Live content .
CFL of course has a proven audience domestically to take advantage of content . International audience has no where else to go but up as it's not really beyond start up level .