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Just Dance: Super Bowl Halftime Music Star is Chosen

According to a news release issued Thursday night by the National Football League, the headliner of the “Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Show” will be the “global superstar” who has won six Grammys, a Golden Globe and a...

Will Smith Disappointed 'Concussion' Didn't Have More Impact On NFL

Actor Will Smith had expected the 2015 film “Concussion,” in which he plays a pathologist who exposes the truth about traumatic brain injuries in National Football League players, would lead to serious change in the sport. Instead, alarming...Show More Summary

Will Smith Disappointed 'Concussion' Didn't Have More Impact On NFL

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Actor Will Smith had expected the 2015 film “Concussion,” in which he plays a pathologist who exposes the truth about traumatic brain injuries in National Football League players, would lead to serious change in the sport. Instead, alarming...Show More Summary

San Francisco 49ers OL Anthony Davis Retires….Again

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. On Monday, San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Anthony Davis decided to retire….again.   OL Anthony Davis informed the 49ers that he has retired from the National Football League. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 26, 2016   #49ers announced: Anthony Davis informed the team that he has retired […]

Goodell vs. Yeezy: Kanye West and Adidas Look to Take on the NFL

Three weeks of NFL action, two AFC superstars and Kanye West’s partnership with Adidas was the recipe needed to have all the tongues on social media wagging. Cleats. They’re worn by everyone in the National Football League. These grass-grabbing...Show More Summary

Media Coverage of Domestic Violence More Likely to Excuse White vs. Black Perpetrators

Controversy erupted in 2014 when video of National Football League (NFL) player Ray Rice violently punched his fiancé (now wife) and dragged her unconscious body from an elevator. Most recently, Deadspin released graphic images of the injuries NFL player Greg Hardy inflicted on his ex-girlfriend. In both instances, NFL officials insisted that if they had […]

Charlotte Protesters Converge On NFL Game

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - More than 100 people chanted and marched outside a National Football League (NFL) game in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Sunday in protests over police killing a black man, a day after police released videos of the confrontation. Protesters...Show More Summary

Twitter sees 34% more viewers in its second NFL Thursday Night Football livestream

Thursday’s night National Football League (NFL) contest may have resulted in the New England Patriot’s 27 to 0 shutout of the Houston Texans, but how did Twitter fare? According to the sports league, Twitter produced an average viewing audience of 327,000, which is a 34 percent weekly increase. In total, Twitter reached 2.6 million people […]

League Gives Green Light to Panthers-Vikings Game in Charlotte

Sunday's National Football League game in Charlotte between the Carolina Panthers and Minnesota Vikings will go ahead as planned despite two nights of violent protests in North Carolina's largest city, the league said on Thursday.

Jonathan Allen's Return to Alabama a Boost for Tide D and for His NFL Future

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Like so many others associated with the University of Alabama football program, defensive lineman Jonathan Allen was shocked when watching the National Football League’s draft this past spring. Three Crimson Tide defensive players had been hailed as likely first-round selections, yet none of them ended up being so. Show More Summary

The NFL joins the data revolution in sports

In some potentially game-changing news for the way we understand professional football, the National Football League began the 2016 preseason by placing tracking sensors in its footballs for the first time. The chips are also in balls used in Thursday night games.

Despite Injuries, Patriots Already September's Biggest Winners in the NFL

The New England Patriots are the most annoying team in the National Football League. At least they are to fans of teams in Cleveland and Buffalo and Los Angeles—cities where bumbling front offices and inept coaching staffs seeminglyShow More Summary

Colin Kaepernick, Sports and Nationalism: Civic or Ethnic Identity?

Recently, across the nation, Sunday was a day of ritual. No, I'm not talking about church liturgies; I'm referencing rather to the demonstrations staged by a number of National Football League players during the national anthem.

Nostalgia rules as Rams make winning return to Los Angeles

Nostalgia was the dominant feeling for excited Rams fans on Sunday as they watched their team play its first National Football League game at the iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 37 years. Win or lose against the visiting Seattle...Show More Summary

Sadly, Kanye’s Yeezy Cleats Are Too Cool for the NFL

There are a lot of things that the National Football League is willing to overlook — the long-term effects of concussions on players, domestic violence, sexual assault accusations, gruesome animal abuse — but one of the few things the NFL won’t tolerate are Kanye West’s new Yeezy cleats.According to W, ... More »

NFL franchise values are growing at an astonishing rate

It’s hard to find any business in the United States that is much more successful than the National Football League. There likely aren’t too many companies that have been around since 1920, yet still grew at the rate of 19 percent over the past year. Show More Summary

Twitter NFL Broadcast Draws Audience of 243,000

Twitter’s high-profile debut live-streaming a National Football League game went off without a glitch Thursday night, but low viewership numbers indicate that most football fans still prefer to watch the game on traditional TV. An average audience of 243,000 viewers per minute watched the New York Jets beat the Buffalo Bills via a live-stream broadcast on Twitter.

Twitter Grabs Average 243,000 Viewers in NFL Livestream Debut

Twitter Inc attracted an average of 243,000 viewers to Thursday's National Football League livestream of the New York Jets triumph over the Buffalo Bills, the first time the social media platform has broadcast an NFL game.

Twitter’s first NFL Thursday Night Football livestream watched by 2.1 million viewers

The National Football League (NFL) has revealed the broadcast performance of the first Thursday Night Football game of the 2016 season. It said that the game was seen by a total of 48.1 million viewers on television, but the more significant statistic is around Twitter, which kicked off its live video strategy by streaming the game. For […]

Twitter Users Cheer Thursday Night Football Live Video

Twitter Inc made a smooth debut with its broadcast of a National Football League game on Thursday, attracting generally positive tweets throughout the matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets.

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