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NFL gets FAA authorization to use drones in stadiums

Am I the only one who saw the news that the National Football League is now authorized to use drones in stadiums and thought, wow, Roger Goodell really does have too much power? The NFL recently requested the use of drones for filming...Show More Summary

The Most Popular Sports Teams on Social Media

In the United States, (American) football is king. An entire day of the week, Sunday, is devoted to the National Football League (NFL), but if you take into account Friday night’s high school football games, Saturday’s college football...Show More Summary

Safety Chancellor Ends Holdout, Reports to Seahawks

Safety Kam Chancellor, who sat out the first two games of the season because of a contract dispute, gave the Seattle Seahawks a much needed boost on Wednesday when he reported for duty, the National Football League team said.

NFL wins federal approval to film with drones

The National Football League just became the first major sports to get Federal Aviation Administration permission to film using drones. The sports league petitioned for permission to use the drones to shoot aerial video over the summer, and the FAA approved their request in a letter dated Sept. 17, as first reported by Bloomberg. But the […]

Cowboys' Romo to Miss Eight Weeks, No Surgery Required

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will not require surgery on his fractured left collarbone and is expected to miss about eight weeks of the National Football League season.

The NFL's Continuing Concussion Nightmare

As a new season starts, the National Football League tries to move forward from an ugly history of concussions.

High Percentage of Ex-NFL Players Had Brain Disease: Report

All but four of 91 former National Football League (NFL) players who donated their brains for research were diagnosed with a disease linked to concussion and head trauma, according to the Concussion Legacy Foundation.

Terrell Owens a Definite 1st-Ballot Hall of Famer

Former National Football League wide receiver Terrell Owens is a first-ballot Hall of Famer. There are certain sports statements that are seen as facts without any further explanation required. Michael Jordan is the greatest professional basketball player in history. Show More Summary

NFL tries a different sort of snap: Weekly stories on Snapchat

The National Football League will post original video and photos each week this season on Snapchat, the social network prized for its young users.

How The NFL Convinced Prosecutors To Give Them (And No One Else) The Greg Hardy Photos

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Last year, the National Football League faced perhaps the worst public-relations crisis in its history. Even those who couldn’t care less about football knew all about the league’s disastrous handling of a domestic violence case involving...Show More Summary

Madden NFL 16’s Best Mode Almost Turns Football Into Hearthstone

Ten years ago, I wrote one of the most wrongheaded articles of my career. In a review of 2005’s Blitz: The League for Slate, I predicted that Madden NFL’s then-new monopoly on the National Football League’s license for video game football would restore variety to the virtual gridiron. Show More Summary

Q&A: Gearing up for the National Football League with sports photographer Otto Greule

As the National Football League season sweeps in, sports photographers across the United States take to the stadiums to create iconic images. In a Q&A below, veteran sports photographer Otto Greule shares insider knowledge & outstanding imagery to give insight into his fast-paced, visual craft.

Receiver for NFL's Titans Found Not Guilty of Assault

A judge on Tuesday found a receiver for National Football League's Tennessee Titans not guilty of assault and battery charges from a fight at a Virginia bar in July.

Cowboys worth $4 billion to top list of all National Football League teams

After looking at the revenue and operating income for the 2014 season, Forbes has determined that the average team in the league is now worth $1.97 billion – up 38% from the previous year. The New England Patriots, the defending National Football League champs, and baseball’s and the New York Yankees are both worth an

Broken foot to sideline Cowboys’ Bryant

The Dallas Cowboys entered the 2015 National Football League season with a point to prove. Dez was rightly jazzed about his quarterback’s game-winning play, and it’s not his job to get down in the dumps, but his injury raises serious questions. The Giants kicked a field goal, but Manning had swung the door wide open

Forbes Announces 18th Annual NFL Team Valuations

The Dallas Cowboys are the Most Valuable Sports Franchise in the World                      New York, NY (September 14, 2015) – The National Football League continues to be the most lucrative sports league in the world, according to Forbes’ 18th annual NFL Team Valuations list (p. 22 of the September 28, 2015 issue [...]

Dunkin' Donuts Taps YouTuber to Show NFL What Excessive Celebration Really Looks Like

A duck-duck-goose-inspired touchdown celebration at a National Football League game is something I'd pay good money to see. The NFL, of course, would never condone such a silly spectacle. But thanks to Hill Holliday's latest work for...Show More Summary

NFL Week 1: Cause to Pause or Panic on Sunday's Biggest Surprises

Ah, Week 1 of the any season in the National Football League. By early Tuesday morning on the East Coast (and barring a tie in either Monday night game), there will be thoughts of an undefeated season by 16 fanbases. Meanwhile, the losers will feel gloom and doom and hints of earning the No. Show More Summary

Atlanta Falcons vs Philadelphia Eagles: Live Stream, Start Time, Preview: Eagles begin their season on the road.

Monday Night Football begins with the Philadelphia Eagles visiting the Georgia Dome to play the Atlanta Falcons in week one of the National Football League.

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