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It's the 100th year of the NFL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoOiF-cowl0&t=11s It is hard to imagine Commissioner Roger Goodell walking the halls of the National Football League headquarters in...
This is a problem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktcYUe8nmig The National Football League’s 2019-2020 season officially starts in a month, on March 13th. But the league and officials at every...
The 2018 season was very good to NFL owners. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnKDzxD-mz8 In many ways, the National Football League is the comeback player of the year. Television ratings...
A year ago, the National Football League’s shield was being dented. Television ratings were dropping, the concussion issue was not going away and there were protests by a number of players during the national anthem which led to people to scream and complain about players’ disrespect for the song although those same people were ignoring the issue that drove those to players to protest.
It’s Monday Night and that means another football game and this one features the Seattle Seahawks against the Chicago Bears.
The National Football League regular season begins with a big football celebration taking place in Philadelphia complete with a replay of the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory on the big screen at Penn’s Landing along with musical acts.
College football remains enormously popular and that might grow as more states get into the legalized gambling game. Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey are up and going, West Virginia will start soon followed by Mississippi and Pennsylvania.
Bryan Berard is the latest former National Hockey League player to sue the league because of long term impact injuries he suffered, including the loss of an eye, during his career.
The NFL players kneeling during the national anthem crisis continues apace. That might be a good thing.
The National Football League’s actual product, a game, will be on display in Canton, Ohio with Chicago and Baltimore on the field using many players who more than likely will end up in the Alliance of American Football in 2019.