NFL

Super Bowl Reportedly Generated $170M in In-Game Brand Exposure

Companies reportedly received an estimate of $170 million worth of “in-game exposure” during this year’s Super Bowl.

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The Rams’ Unique Approach to Building a Champion

L.A. made a series of flashy 2021 acquisitions — and reaching the Super Bowl vindicated those moves. But their homegrown players were the difference-makers in winning the Lombardi Trophy.

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How Super Bowl LVI Took Over Los Angeles

The Big Game is being held in the City of Angels this year. In turn, a wide swath of the sports industry has descended upon the city.

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With Title, Joe Burrow’s Marketability Could Blow Up

In Q3 2021, he moved up four spots into the top 10 of officially licensed product sales, and a ring could see him challenge Mahomes as the face of the NFL in the post-Tom Brady era.

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Cooper Kupp Is King By The Numbers

The reigning NFL Offensive Player of the Year will be the first receiving triple crown winner to ever play in the Super Bowl.

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Bankers See Chargers As Next Team To Hit Open Market

Speculation has swirled around the future of the Los Angeles Chargers in recent months as family drama has played out in court.

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Disney Beats Expectations, Prepares ‘Sunday Ticket’ Bid

Disney brought in $21.8 billion in the fiscal quarter ending Jan. 1. It plans to bid for rights to “NFL Sunday Ticket.”

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NFL Ad Revenue Boosts Fox Q2 Earnings

Fox Corp. exceeded expectations in its fiscal second quarter with $4.44 billion in revenue thanks to its streaming platform Tubi and advertising revenue driven by the NFL.

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Byron Allen Wants to Buy the Denver Broncos

The founder and chairman and CEO of Allen Media Group could become the first Black majority owner in NFL history. 

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Saints’ New HC Dennis Allen Faces Tough Task

New Saints coach Dennis Allen has a tough task ahead of him in replacing Sean Payton.

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