Will NIL mean the fans treat players like pros to be held accountable, rather than as idols?

OR, if a team's NIL collective becomes identified with donations from the common fan instead of as a tool of rich boosters, might it create the equivalent of public ownership and support, a la Green Bay Packers??

From Wikipedia:

"The Packers are the only publicly owned franchise in the NFL. Rather than being the property of an individual, partnership, or corporate entity, they are held as of 2021 by 361,300 stockholders. No one is allowed to hold more than 200,000 shares, which represents approximately four percent of the 5,011,558 shares currently outstanding. It is this broad-based community support and non-profit structure which has kept the team in Green Bay for over a century in spite of being the smallest market in all of North American major professional sports."