What the C-F-L appeared to want to keep quiet has become public thanks to T-S-N.
They are reporting that the league’s Board of Governors has approved a salary cap on coaches and football operations personnel as well as a limit on the size of staffs. It goes on to say the new measures will limit teams to a coaching staff of 11 and other football operations staff to 17. The total compensation for those 28 employees is not to exceed $2.738 million. Player salaries are capped at $5.2 million for the upcoming season. These measures will go into effect for the 2019 season. The league is also planning to enact measures that would control costs on other non-player football expenses, like mini-camps and scouting budgets. This has C-F-L coaches and scouts talking about forming a union.