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NFL Memo Blames Plummeting TV Ratings On Presidential Election, Bad Matchups

This afternoon, Darren Rovell tweeted a memo sent by the NFL’s executive vice president of media Brian Rolapp and senior vice president of broadcasting Howard Katz to the league’s “media committee,” regarding the league’s cratering television ratings, primarily for primetime broadcasts. Rolapp and Katz place the blame on two factors—neither of which involves the wave of pro-black national anthem protests started by Colin Kaepernick.
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