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The NFL is changing the procedures that failed to catch the Patriots in Deflategate

The NFL told its officials there will be new procedures for how game balls are handled and tested during the 2015 season, according Mike Pereira of Fox Sports, the former vice president of officiating in the National Football League....Show More Summary

Do Professional Athletes Need To Be Represented By Sports Agents?

Are sports agents necessary? Professional athletes have recently focused on the importance (or lack thereof) of sport agent representation in contract negotiations. In May, National Football League first-round draft pick Ereck Flowers...Show More Summary

Clever NFL Ads Imagine What Friends Would Talk About Without Fantasy Football

If you don't play fantasy football, you surely know someone who does. Either way, it's clear most fantasy football players have at least one thing in common: They don't shut up about their teams. The National Football League wants to...Show More Summary

Denver Broncos DE Derek Wolfe Gets 4 Game Suspension, Whats Next for Denver?

On Friday, the Denver Broncos announced some bad news to start the season. Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe has been suspended for the first four games of the 2015 regular season for violating the National Football League’s policy on...Show More Summary

Masters of Habit: The Deliberate Practice and Training of Jerry Rice

Jerry Rice is widely considered to be the greatest wide receiver in the history of the National Football League. In... The post Masters of Habit: The Deliberate Practice and Training of Jerry Rice appeared first on Lifehack.

NFL hires Tod Leiweke as COO

Tod Leiweke, a former Seahawks executive who was most recently the CEO of the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning, is returning to football to take a job as Chief Operating Officer of the National Football League. The Lightning announced today that Leiweke is leaving after five years with the franchise. During his time with the Seahawks,…

NFL's Goodwin Wins Pan Am Silver Ahead of Training Camp

National Football League speedster Marquise Goodwin turned heads at the Pan American Games by winning a silver medal in men's long jump on Wednesday.

NFFC lawsuit claims NFL approved convention before scrapping it

The National Football League faces a new lawsuit regarding the manner in which the plug was pulled on the National Fantasy Football Convention, an event sponsored in part by Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. The league likely will try to get the plug pulled on the lawsuit as early as possible in the litigation process, but…

Tony Romo's Fantasy Football Venture Sues The NFL

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, a Dallas entrepreneur and a team of fantasy football experts have sued the National Football League for killing their hopes of hosting a national event for fantasy football fans earlier this year.  I have obtained a copy of the lawsuit, which alleges that the NFL [...]

Deflategate Football Sold At Auction for Big Money

A football involved in the Deflategate scandal involving the New England Patriots, their quarterback Tom Brady, and the National Football League (NFL), has sold at auction, fetching $43,739.99, according to The Washington Post. The ball was used in the 2014 AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Indianapolis colts. Show More Summary

New England Patriots Rumors: Is Tom Brady Lawsuit Threat Causing Panic In Roger Goodell’s Office?

Even before sources inside the player’s union revealed that New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady will slap the National Football League with a costly lawsuit if NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell fails to eliminate his four game “Deflategate”...Show More Summary

The Evolution Of Every NFL Team’s Logo In One Awesome GIF

The National Football League has evolved quite a bit since its inaugural season back in 1920. And so have the logos of all 32 teams in the league—expect for the franchise in Washington, who had done very little evolving. Want to see exactly how much the logos of every team in the NFL has evolved over […]

Demaryius Thomas Agrees To Five-Year, $70 Million Deal With Denver Broncos

Two of the very best wide receivers in the National Football League were paid accordingly today. Earlier, as the Inquisitr noted, Dez Bryant re-signed with the Dallas Cowboys for five-years and $70 million, while Demaryius Thomas inked an eerily similar contract with the Denver Broncos. Show More Summary

Justin Houston Signs Six-Year, $101 Million Contract With Kansas City Chiefs

Next to the Miami Dolphins offseason signing of defensive tackle Ndamakong Suh, Kansas City linebacker Justin Houston is now the highest paid defensive player in the National Football League. Suh signed for a record $114 million as the...Show More Summary

Real Madrid Top Forbes' Most Valuable Teams List

Spanish soccer club Real Madrid retained top spot on a list of the world's 50 most valuable sports teams, according to a Forbes poll released on Wednesday that was made up mostly of National Football League franchises.

Police Say Ex-NFL Quarterback McNabb Posts 'Extreme DUI' in Arizona

Former National Football League quarterback Donovan McNabb's blood-alcohol content was twice the legal limit when he was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in Arizona last month, police said on Tuesday.

Predicting the NFL's Sophomore Slumps for the 2015 Season

2014 was a big year for newcomers in the National Football League. There were any number of big first seasons across the league. Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants was an unstoppable force over the season's second half. Mike Evans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers reeled in 12 touchdown catches. Show More Summary

Dallas Cowboys' Hardy Has His 10-Game Suspension Cut to Four: NFL

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy had his 10-game domestic abuse-related suspension reduced to four games, the National Football League announced on Friday.

Ken Stabler Is Dead at 69; Led Raiders to N.F.L. Title

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Stabler, a star quarterback under Bear Bryant at Alabama and under John Madden for the Raiders, was the National Football League’s most valuable player in 1974 and led Oakland to a Super Bowl victory in 1977.

Baseball’s C.J. Wilson chimes in on football fireworks injuries

With both Major League Baseball and the National Football League having players named C.J. Wilson, it was inevitable that someone would mistakenly assume that baseball’s C.J. Wilson had lost a pair of fingers in a fireworks accident. It happened (where else?) on Twitter, and baseball’s C.J. Wilson responded with this. ????? — C.J. Wilson (@str8edgeracer)…

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