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NFL player who works part-time on Wall Street saves nearly 90% of his income

By: Kathleen Elkins | @kathleen_elk Detroit Lions defensive end Brandon Copeland knows that his NFL career has a expiration date. “It’s guaranteed football is going to be over one day,” the 25-year-old tells ESPN’s Michael Rothstein. That’s why Copeland’s planning ahead. … Continue reading


 

Female Broadcaster Set To Make NFL History

By: Merrit Kennedy     Play-by-play announcer Beth Mowins is set to become the first-ever female broadcaster to call an NFL game televised nationally. A commentator for ESPN since 1994, she’ll call the Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos game … Continue reading


 

Spring League says most NFL teams showed interest

Posted by Michael David Smith on May 8, 2017, 5:47 AM EDT Few fans knew or cared that the Spring League wrapped up its three-week season in April, but the Spring League says the NFL noticed.Spring League CEO Brian Woods … Continue reading


 

College Gridiron Showcase athletes in the 2017 NFL Draft

The College Gridiron Showcase is a five-day event for college prospects to get exposure to professional scouts. The players go through practices and controlled scrimmages. The 2017 College Gridiron Showcase & Symposium took place from Jan. 7 – 11, 2017 … Continue reading


 

NFLPA signs landmark deal with Whoop

By: George Dudley The collaboration, which was brokered by the athlete-driven accelerator OneTeam Collective, makes Whoop the officially licensed recovery wearable of the National Football League’s (NFL) players’ union. It is the first time that a players’ association has been … Continue reading


 

Ticats offer peek into negotiation list

By Drew Edwards   For much of its recent existence, the Canadian Football League has made enemies with the water cooler. While most professional leagues make salary, injury and roster information readily available, the CFL has kept that information close: … Continue reading


 

NFL in Huddle With Tech Companies Over Streaming

By Donna Fuscaldo With the National Football League selling the streaming rights to its “Thursday Night Football” games for the 2017-18 season, a handful of technology heavy hitters including Facebook Inc. (FB), Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), Twitter Inc. (TWTR) and Alphabet … Continue reading


 

NFL has no specific proposal for automatic ejections/suspensions, yet

The long list of proposed rule changes does not include a proposal regarding ejections or immediate suspensions based on certain types of hits. Apparently, that’s because the league has yet to formulate an actual proposal. “On the suspensions, for certain … Continue reading

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The NFL is about to close a major loophole the 49ers used successfully in 2016

  There wasn’t much to appreciate from the San Francisco 49ers’ 2016 season, but we can all agree Chip Kelly’s decision to exploit an NFL loophole and hold a ton of people to melt clock was a fun one. At … Continue reading


 

CFL team now owns the rights to Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III

by Ryan Wilson @ryanwilson_07 With three different quarterbacks seeing playing time last season, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats finished with a 7-11 record. And while it’s a long shot, the Tiger-Cats are perhaps the best-positioned CFL team to immediately upgrade the position. According … Continue reading