In a perfect world, the voting for the National Football League would include first, second, third, all the way down to 10th place. It doesn't, however. Voters can pick just one player in the entire league for their MVP, which meansShow More Summary
As expected, the National Football League has brought its new NFL Now channel to the Apple TV, letting fans catch up on all the latest happenings of their favorite teams and more. As with other new channels, there isn’t any you needShow More Summary
Millions of Americans anxiously await September 4th. That's when the National Football League kicks off its 2014 schedule and begins a four-month journey of joy and anguish for Fantasy Football players. So now is the time to prepare and get ready for...
We knew that the National Football League's brand new online network would eventually come to the Apple TV. And now it's here. After not being a part of the NFL Now device lineup on launch day, Apple's streaming box is finally adding the video...
The Apple TV continues to expand it's sports lineup, today adding NFL Now. Just ahead of the new football season, the channel provides provides on-demand content from the National Football League, and works best if you have an NFL Now account. Show More Summary
Nearly two weeks after first appearing in app form on the iPhone and iPad, the National Football League's new NFL Now digital content network has made its way to Apple's set-top streamer with news, highlights, and archival footage.
If you own an Apple TV, there’s a new way to get your fix of the National Football League (NFL) this season. NFL Now, a new streaming service announced earlier this month for connected set-top boxes, is now available on Apple’s black hockey puck. Show More Summary
The National Football League earlier this month officially launched its NFL Now service, its next-generation video streaming service that provides access to the largest digital library of NFL videos available online. The video content...Show More Summary
Mike Ditka, a former coach for the Chicago Bears and hall of famer in the National Football League, has stated that efforts to change the Washington Redskins name come from "politically correct idiots."
I have said it before but I will say it again. The The National Football League (NFL) remains one of the most greedy and thuggish organizations in the country in dealing with host cities, artists, and citizens. The fact that it has been allowed to retain non-for-profit status is a grotesque triumph of money and […]
Super Bowl Stickup. What can only be described as a shakedown of the music industry, the Wall Street Journal has revealed that the National Football League is actually asking for a “financial contribution” from any act that wants to play the halftime gig during the Super Bowl. The NFL has narrowed down its list of
The National Football League sees its Super Bowl halftime show as such a valuable promotional platform that it's asking potential artists — including Coldplay, Rihanna and Katy Perry — to pay the league for the gig, according to a new...Show More Summary
The National Football League rakes in about $9 billion a year, but that doesn’t mean it’s made of money. Do you know how much the League is going to have to pay out in concussion-related lawsuits for the next forever? Fortunately, the NFL has figured out how to optimize yet another revenue stream: Charging artists [...]
The National Football League knows the publicity associated with performing during the Super Bowl halftime show. Now it apparently wants to get compensated by the group or artist for the opportunity to become the featured act. Tom Ley...Show More Summary
Though the Washington Redskins play for a city on the opposite coast, California lawmakers voted Monday to urge that the National Football League change its name because it is "believed by some to be a racial slur and to promote discrimination...Show More Summary
Top pick Fox Sports Special: NFL Preseason: Kansas City Chiefs at Carolina Panthers (Fox, 8 p.m.): It hardly matters who the competitors are in this exhibition game. (But look over here: a recovering Cam Newton!) What really mattersShow More Summary
In the National Football League, a great head coach can make more difference than in any other sport. Take an average football team and give them Bill Belichick and you have a team that can legitimately contend for the Super Bowl. But...Show More Summary
The National Football League, as an organization, trades in violence. No matter how many rules the league puts into place to curtail injuries and prolong the careers—and lives—of its players, the NFL finds some other ways to justify the use of violence as a means to promote its product. There's a reason for that. Show More Summary
The National Football League is considering toughening the penalties for domestic violence in the wake of the uproar created by the two-game ban handed to Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, the Washington Post reported Thursday....Show More Summary
In the wake of the controversy generated by Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice's two-game suspension for domestic violence, the National Football League is reportedly mulling tougher penalties for future domestic violence offenses. Mark...Show More Summary