Yes, under the principle that incentives matter. Mick Cronin at UCLA was just quoted talking about losing a recruit to the G league. As it gains legitimacy, players will choose the paycheck without the academic strings, unless they have a desire to go to college, just like in baseball.
With support and legitimacy conferred by the NFL, a minor league(s) would offer players who want to get paid the chance to play, while those who want the college degree can go that route, and both end up in the draft after 3 years. The incentive to pay schools and their conferences will diminish, especially for unequal pay, providing fair opportunities for all teams. The incentive to draw the elitest coach goes down, reducing budgets. The incentive to build 110k seat palaces with club med training facilities would go down, reducing budgets.
The incentive to do all the unfair stuff comes from a lack of options for players.