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NFL launches YouTube channel featuring highlight videos

The National Football League and YouTube launched a new video channel Monday that will bring just about everything except live games to tablets, smartphones and computers.

Everything You Need To Know About Google’s New Deal With The NFL

Google and the National Football League have finally reached a new deal for video distribution, according to Re/code. Here’s what you need to know: NFL highlight clips will now show up in YouTube and Google search results Google will...Show More Summary

Super Bowl Commercials 2015: Most Anticipated Fan-Favorite Ads and Predictions

I'm unsure if you're aware, but there is a big sporting event in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday. It's a football game. The Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots of the National Football League will participate. There will be a lot of people there. Show More Summary

Google & NFL Strike Deal To Bring NFL Content To YouTube

Just in time for the Super Bowl this weekend, the National Football League has decided to play nice and share with others, announcing a partnership with Google this week that will bring game highlights to a YouTube channel and search results. In the past, the NFL kept its video content clutched tightly to its chest, making this somewhat of a … [More]

Narrowed Goal Posts Lead to 3 Missed Kicks by Adam Vinatieri in 2015 Pro Bowl

The National Football League is experimenting with extra points and field goals at the 2015 Pro Bowl, and the tinkering has certainly had an effect on Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri. For this year's Pro Bowl, the NFL made some adjustments that made it tougher on kickers. Show More Summary

NFL Disapproves of Marshawn Lynch Grabbing Crotch, Sells Photos of Crotch Grab

The National Football League doesn't approve of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch grabbing his crotch during games, but the league has no problem trying to make money off the crotch grab. Lynch has grabbed his crotch while scoring a touchdown on multiple occasions in the past. Show More Summary

The NFL on TV has changed dramatically over the last 50 years

Over the last 50 years, the National Football League on television has seen many changes. Back in 1964, only one network aired the NFL while another network aired the rival American Football League games. Going into 1964, CBS had completed a two-year contract to air the NFL for $9.3 million. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles: Odds of Each Offensive Player Returning in 2015

If last offseason showed Philadelphia Eagles fans anything, it’s that there are no guarantees in the National Football League. Fresh off his third Pro Bowl berth, which saw him put up career bests in all major receiving numbers, theShow More Summary

Raissman: Inflated ratings! Expect record Super Bowl viewers

In the run-up to Super Bowl XLIX, this is the best thing that could happen to the National Football League and NBC.

2015 NFL Pro Bowl: A Complete Guide to This Year's All-Star Game

The Pro Bowl is the pinnacle of professional football, a titanic struggle featuring teams comprised of only the very best players in the National Football League. OK, so that might be exaggerating just a tad. What the Pro Bowl actually...Show More Summary

NFL releases statement on underinflated footballs investigation

The National Football League released a statement on Friday regarding their investigation into the New England Patriots' use of 11 underinflated footballs during Sunday's championship game against the Indianapolis Colts. Continue reading ? The post NFL releases statement on underinflated footballs investigation appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

NFL Taps Attorney Ted Wells to Lead ‘Deflategate’ Probe

The National Football League on Friday said it has appointed Manhattan attorney Theodore V. Wells Jr. to get to the bottom of "deflategate," the burgeoning controversy over whether the New England Patriots illegally altered footballs for last Sunday's AFC Championship Game.

It matters whether the champion cheats

Should we care whether the New England Patriots broke the rules of the National Football League by slightly deflating the balls used in the recent playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts? Few serious football fans outside of Indiana could possibly imagine that the Colts, who lost by 38...

Do today's sports have too many rules?

Who knew that National Football League referees, in addition to their vast duties policing a chaotic game chock full of borderline violence, must also make sure nobody messes with the inflation level of the balls?

Facebook Offers Big Game Targeting Segment for Super Bowl XLIX Advertisers

In addition to crowning the champion of the National Football League, the Super Bowl also presents an opportunity for big-ticket advertisers to showcase themselves, and Facebook is helping them do just that with its Big Game targeting...Show More Summary

WWE News: Backstage Update On Which City Might Land WrestleMania 33

Vince McMahon announced yesterday that WWE would make AT&T Stadium the home for WrestleMania 32 in Dallas, Texas. It is home to the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League and now the place where WrestleMania will be on April 6, 2016. Show More Summary

Lupica: Only Super move can deflate Patriots controversy

We are about to find out again with the Patriots where the National Football League thinks gamesmanship ends and actual cheating begins.

The Patriots’ Deflategate Controversy – The Short Answer

The National Football League said that it is continuing to investigate whether the New England Patriots used underinflated footballs in the AFC Championship. Here's a quick explainer.

DeflateGate: Not ‘Wrongdoing’ To Tamper With Footballs, Says Super Bowl QB Who Actually Did It

As the so-called “DeflateGate” scandal rages on, after a report that National Football League investigators found 11 of the 12 footballs used by the New England Patriots in last Sunday’s AFC Championship game demolition of the Indianapolis...Show More Summary

NBC’s free, no-strings-attached Super Bowl stream should make the cable guys nervous

Big content rights holders like NBC Universal, the National Football League, and Major League Baseball are increasingly interested in going straight to the consumer with their video content.

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