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Laremy Tunsil Saga Spoils What Should've Been Great Draft Night for Ole Miss

Thursday night was supposed to be a banner night in the history of Ole Miss football. The program had never sent three players to the NFL through the first round of the NFL draft, but former Rebels Laquon Treadwell, Robert NkemdicheShow More Summary

Meet the Replacement for Every First-Round NFL Draft Pick of 2016

Thursday night was the culmination of years of hard work for college football's top players, who now are headed into the NFL as first-round draft picks. Each leaves behind a great legacy at their former school, not to mention a big void...Show More Summary

Big Ten Q&A: Which Big Ten 1st-Round Pick Will Have the Best NFL Career?

Spring football may be over in Big Ten country, but the conference has still managed to stay at the forefront of the college football world. Thanks to Thursday night's opening round of the NFL draft, the Big Ten has managed to maintain...Show More Summary

NFL prospect Laremy Tunsil apologizes after bong video surfaces

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It was the toke seen ’round the football world. NFL prospect Laremy Tunsil’s Twitter account Thursday night briefly showed a video of the Ole Miss offensive tackle huffing what could have been marijuana through a gas mask attached to a water pipe. For Tunsil, the timing couldn’t have...

Ohio State Football: Meet the Replacements for the Buckeyes' 5 First-Rounders

Ohio State had five of its former players selected in the first round of the NFL draft on Thursday night, when defensive end Joey Bosa, running back Ezekiel Elliott, cornerback Eli Apple, left tackle Taylor Decker and linebacker Darron...Show More Summary

UCLA's Myles Jack falls out of NFL draft's first round

If Myles Jack thought his seven-month hiatus from football was agonizing, just imagine how he felt Thursday night sitting backstage at Auditorium Theatre. The former UCLA linebacker, who might have been the NFL draft's premier defensive player had he not suffered a knee injury last fall, was dressed...

Scouting Cards for Social Networks (Infographic)

The National Football League Draft kicks off Thursday night, which led Visage and On Base Marketing to wonder what the scouting cards for social networks would look like.

Cris Collinsworth to call Thursday Night Football with Mike Tirico

It’s been widely reported that Mike Tirico will be joining NBC and calling Thursday Night Football this season. According to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, his partner will be Sunday Night Football analyst Cris Collinsworth: At the...Show More Summary

NFL Mock Draft 2016: Final Draft-Day Projections for All 32 Teams

Get ready for a wild ride as the 2016 NFL draft kicks off Thursday night. A deep yet not overly star-studded group of prospects is awaiting word on where they will continue their football careers, and there will likely be plenty of twists and turns along the way. That's why this year's draft is extremely promising from an entertainment perspective. Show More Summary

Why Ole Miss Football Won't Be a 1-Hit NFL Draft Wonder

Football fans better get used to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell talking about Ole Miss because he's going to talk about the Rebels quite a bit on Thursday night. Three former Ole Miss players are projected to be selected in the first...Show More Summary

Report: Mike Tirico Leaving ESPN for NBC Sports

Tirico will reportedly become lead announcer for NBC's Thursday Night Football.

TNF ‘Color Rush’Uniforms You Hated Last Year Are Back & The New Ones Have Been Leaked Out

Yes, you heard correctly. Those terrible color rush uniforms are returning for every team on Thursday night football for the 2016 season. Everyone has known for some time that the uniforms were returning, but on Sunday someone leaked out the colors that each team will be wearing this year. Ssssshhhhhh pic.twitter.com/tz5DaeDP7E — NFL Leaks (@NFL_Leaks) […]

NFL Reveals the 10 Games That Will Air on Twitter Next Season

The National Football League, in its attempt to remain relevant throughout the entire six-month offseason, turned the release of the 2016-17 schedule into a TV event. Thursday night, ESPN produced a 2-hour special in conjunction with the league, with more coverage on the NFL Network. Show More Summary

Eagles will face three straight opponents coming off bye weeks

The unveiling of the 2016 NFL schedule Thursday night gave football fans something to talk about. Come October, Eagles fans might have something schedule related to complain about. Starting in Week Seven, the Eagles play three straight opponents who are coming off bye weeks. That means those teams get extra rest, extra preparation time and…

2016 NFL schedule: Thursday night has divisional rivalries again

"Thursday Night Football" tried something new the past two seasons, with CBS on board. It gambled on a heavy rotation of divisional rivalries making the product better.  Its first 11 games last season, not counting the Week 1 Thursday opener, were divisional games. Show More Summary

Your 2016 Thursday Night Football Schedule

The 2016 NFL schedule was released tonight on April 14th so fans can have a 24 reprieve from the endless conversation, hype, and debate about the draft.  Now we get to spend the next five months of endless conversation, hype, and debate...Show More Summary

Week One doubleheader, Osweiler’s return to Denver highlight MNF schedule

The NFL released the 2016 regular season schedule Thursday night, and fans and players alike still check for Monday Night Football games when scanning the schedule. There are some good ones. The Steelers play the Redskins and the Rams play the 49ers in the Week One doubleheader, and the Week Three Falcons-Saints game in New…

NBC, CBS, NFL Network, Twitter divvy up Thursday Night Football

The NFL has released the full list of games on the 2016 Thursday Night Football schedule — a schedule that also includes two Saturday games and two Sunday games, one in the morning in London and one at night on Christmas. This year, CBS and NBC will air five Thursday night games apiece, and both…

Can The NFL Deal Improve User Engagement On Twitter?

Twitterlast weekannounced that it had entered into a deal with NFL to acquire broadcast rights to ten Thursday night National Football League games during the 2016 season. Reports suggest that Twitter paid $10 million for this package and its closest competitor Facebook was also interested in these broadcast rights, but [...]

NFL Decides Against Live Stream of London Games Next Season

The National Football League has decided against live streaming its three London games next season, choosing instead to focus on streaming its Thursday night games on Twitter, a spokesman told Reuters.

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