The Green Bay Packers say higher player salaries and travel costs, plus a five-million-dollar allowance for construction work, are the reasons expenses set a new record during the fiscal year ending March 31st. The publicly-held team with 360-thousand shareholders released its financial report Monday. The Packers set a record with nearly 455-million dollars in revenue, but 421-million in expenses was also an all-time high. The Packers are the only N-F-L which reports finances each year. Missing the playoffs cost Green Bay significant revenue.