NFL

Commanders Era Begins In Washington

The unveiling of the Washington Commanders completed the NFL club’s move away from Native American imagery.

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Brian Flores Sues NFL, Teams For Racial Discrimination

Former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores is suing the NFL and each of its franchises for racial discrimination.

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How Brady’s Contract Affects Bucs’ Future

Tom Brady has officially retired from the NFL after 22 seasons. Thanks to his uniquely constructed contract, it affects Tampa both in terms of personnel and financial flexibility.

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The Rams’ Unorthodox Approach

In just one year, the Rams made some bold decisions in order to win now — and now they’re just a win away from a title.

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Tom Brady Wins, Even With Retirement

Tom Brady’s run as the GOAT is officially ending after announcing his retirement Tuesday morning on social media.

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Vegas Closer to Adding F1 to Growing Sports Roster

Formula 1 is reportedly closer to bringing a race to Las Vegas, and a deal could be announced anytime in the next six months.

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Potential New Broncos Owner Could Score Major Tax Breaks

A sale of the Denver Broncos could lead to billions in tax write-offs for the incoming owner. The price could reach $4 billion.

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Technology, Gambling Boost NFL's Sponsorship Revenue

The NFL’s sponsorship revenue grew 12% year-over-year from $1.62 billion to $1.8 billion in the 2021-22 season.

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San Diego Attorney Preps Lawsuit Over Chargers’ Move to L.A.

Former San Diego city attorney Michael Aguirre said he will file a lawsuit over the Chargers’ move to LA should the city fail to act.

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Virginia Officials Bring WFT Closer to New Stadium

The Washington Football Team is one step closer to building a new stadium and entertainment complex after lawmakers filed legislation in support of the potential project.

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