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NFL TV Ratings Are Still Tanking Even During Playoffs

After viewership declined 10 percent in the regular season, the downward trend in National Football League television ratings is apparently continuing, even with three of the four divisional round games going down to the wire last weekend. Various explanations have been offered for the loss of regular season viewers. Show More Summary

Opinion: Fix NFL PR Nightmare? Put a Woman in Charge

Masters: The National Football League, still arguably the most popular sport in America (some polls say otherwise), has endured its share of controversies and blunders over the years. But it is safe to say 2017 was a year unlike any other for the league. Show More Summary

Department Of Defense makes sure troops can watch football despite shutdown

Deployed U.S. servicemen and women aren’t going without the National Football League during the government shutdown. This article originally appeared on HuffPost. Read more...

Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of Jan. 8: NFL Playoffs, College Title Game Rule

Football, of both the professional and amateur variety, dominated the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week of Jan. 8. This past weekend's four National Football League playoff games accounted for four of the top five spots on the sports chart, with the other going to the College Football Playoff National Championship game. The Minnesota...

How Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday became a holiday

The fight to make Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday a holiday took 32 years, a lot of campaigning, and guest appearances including Stevie Wonder, Ted Kennedy, and the National Football League.

SHELBY STEELE: Black Protest Has Lost Its Power: Have whites finally found the courage to judge Af…

SHELBY STEELE: Black Protest Has Lost Its Power: Have whites finally found the courage to judge African-Americans fairly by universal standards? The recent protests by black players in the National Football League were rather sad for their fruitlessness. They may point to the end of an era for black America, and for the country generally—an […]

In rehab after cocaine video, ex-NFL coach feels 'blessed'

It took a lifetime to build up a resume that included 36 years as an assistant coach, including 25 in the National Football League. Read more...

Bills Mafia Took Over Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

The Buffalo Bills' first National Football League postseason appearance since 1999 lit up Facebook, Twitter and Instagram during the last two weeks of the league's regular season and its Wild Card weekend, where the ride came to an abrupt end for the long-suffering franchise. The Bills posted the highest growth on Facebook and Instagram and...

Buffalo Sends 1,440 Wings to Cincinnati to Celebrate the Bills’ Playoff Appearance

The Bengals did the Bills a favor by knocking out their top competition The Buffalo Bills qualified for the National Football League playoffs with a win in their final regular-season game on Sunday. Even with the victory, Buffalo needed their top competition, the Baltimore Ravens, to lose to the Cincinnati Bengals in their final game. Show More Summary

The Golden Globes Red Carpet Show Will Be Livestreamed on Facebook

Last year was supposed to be a big year for Twitter TV. The social platform inked numerous deals--from business news video content like Cheddar and Bloomberg to sporting events like National Football League games--but one of the most compelling arguments was that there was prime opportunity for awards shows, pop culture's catnip, to tap into...

Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of Dec. 25: Strong Finish for NFL Regular Season

The final week of the National Football League's regular season sacked the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week of Dec. 25. The league's week-17 slate accounted for seven of the top 10 televised sports events in terms of interactions across Facebook and Twitter, as well as four of the overall top five. CBS' presentation...

St. Louis Lawsuit vs. NFL Can Proceed Says Lawyers

St. Louis plaintiffs suing the Rams and National Football League over the team’s relocation to Los Angeles scored a victory in court Wednesday after a judge largely denied pretrial motions... The post St. Louis Lawsuit vs. NFL Can Proceed Says Lawyers appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.

Final NFL “Sunday Night Football” Game Of The Season – CANCELLED

The National Football League has decided to cancel the last “Sunday Night Football” game of the season, in a move that will undoubtedly leave conservative Americans jumping with joy. It

NFL Anthem Protests Week 16 – Ho, Ho, Ho! It’s Coal In The Stockings For The NFL

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will undoubtedly sleep well tonight. The long National Football League regular season is almost over. With it gone, all the worries of this tumultuous season, where a new crisis of leadership emerged every week and league fortunes seemed to sag, will vanish into history. Show More Summary

Papa John’s Founder Forced To RESIGN After Slamming NFL Anthem Protests

John Schnatter, 56, was forced to resign from his job as CEO of Papa John’s, a famous pizza company, over some comments he made regarding the National Football League protests.

Papa John’s Pizza Founder Steps Down, Blamed NFL Protests For Sagging Sales

Papa John’s founder John Schnatter is doing a take-out on his job as CEO. Two months after he claimed that sagging sales at the Louisville, Kentucky pizza chain was attributed to fan disenchantment with National Football League player...Show More Summary

Tennis-Miami Open moving from Key Biscayne to NFL stadium

Dec 20 (Reuters) - The Miami Open will move in 2019 to Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins National Football League team, tournament owner IMG announced on Wednesday.

NFL Playoff Surges by the Jaguars and Rams Led to Social Growth Surges, as Well

The Jacksonville Jaguars' surge to the club's first National Football League playoff berth since 2007 let to a social surge, as well. The Jaguars posted the highest growth among NFL teams on Facebook and Instagram during weeks 13 through 15 of the season, while another team that has been absent from the postseason for a...

NFL Co-Hosts "Social Justice" Training For College Athletes

Authored by Toni Airaksinen via CampusReform.org, The National Football League has partnered with Morehouse College to host a three-day workshop dedicated to teaching student athletes strategies for “effective advocacy.” The “Advocacy...Show More Summary

Keeping the Cowboys Cool, as N.F.L. Takes the Heat

Charlotte Jones Anderson, chief brand officer for “America’s Team,” talks concussions, taking a knee and being a woman in the National Football League.

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