The Green Bay Packers on Monday reported record revenue — and record expenses — for the year. The Packers said revenue for the fiscal year, which ended March 31, was $454.9 million, $13.5 million more than last year. Expenses were $420.9 million, a $44.8 million increase. Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy said increases in player salaries and travel costs, plus a $5 million allowance for construction drove expenses higher. Coaching changes also played a part in the expense increase. Revenue benefited from additional money from shared national television contracts and growth in local income, largely as a result of new sponsorship agreements.