NFL

NFL’s National Revenues Jump to Nearly $10 Billion

Despite an ongoing global pandemic, the National Football League managed to raise revenue in 2020 by $422.4 million.

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Sources: Tony Gonzalez Leaving Fox Sports For Hollywood

Tony Gonzalez is leaving Fox Sports for Hollywood, sources tell Front Office Sports. The Hall of Famer is pursuing film and TV projects.

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Disney Expanding Sports Reach Beyond ESPN

Disney could use its unique blend of sports rights, media properties and distribution channels to bring in streaming subscribers.

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Amazon Eyes Largest Rugby Deal Ever With NZ Rugby

New Zealand Rugby is reportedly in negotiations with Amazon to become the All Blacks’ front jersey sponsor, per the New Zealand Herald.

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Why the NFL Formed Its Own PAC

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL have followed in the footsteps of Major League Baseball through establishing a PAC.

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NFL to Roll Out More Social Justice Messaging in 2021 Season

NFL will again embrace social justice messaging on fields and helmets this season while “Lift Every Voice and Sing” will be part of all tentpole events.

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‘Ochocinco’ Adds WynnBET Deal to List of Post-Football Endeavors

Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson adds WynnBET ambassador duties to his ever-growing list of post-football job duties.

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NFL’s Richest Team Owner Backs Investment Startup

David Tepper, owner of the Carolina Panthers, is adding to his sports ties as the founding investor of Andalusian Private Capital.

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Disney Secures Wimbledon Rights for 12 More Years

ESPN will be airing Wimbledon in the U.S. until 2035 after extending its deal with the All England Lawn Tennis Club by 12 years.

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NFL Stays on Offense with New Media

The NFL is not resting after securing $113 billion in media deals, inking a new deal with Twitter and exploring new investor opportunities.

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