NFL

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bring Football and Fans Back to Raymond James Stadium Safely

When the Buccaneers opened their doors to fans for their game against the LA Chargers on Oct. 4, Raymond James Stadium was ready.

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NFL Hit Hard

The NFL continues its pandemic struggles as multiple teams were suffered outbreaks, a city shut down contact sports and fines were issued.

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Without Fans in Stands, Sports Missing Vital ‘Soundtrack’ This Year

Without fans in stands, sports is missing its natural soundtrack this year. TV pros discuss the challenge of calling games with no fans.

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Q&A: Fox Sports’ Jonathan Vilma Talks New Fox NFL Role

Johnathan Vilma discusses his Zoom-based interview process at Fox Sports and calling games amid the pandemic.

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Q&A: Texans President Jamey Rootes on Pandemic Challenges, Criticism

FOS spoke with Houston Texans president Jamey Rootes about his new book and the unpopular decision to fire Texans PR chief Amy Palcic.

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NFL to Go Cashless for Super Bowls

Fans will still be allowed to bring cash to Tampa Bay’s Raymond James Stadium this year, but will be able to convert it into prepaid gift cards worth up to $500 at ATMs.

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Fan Controlled Football

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler is now a team owner in the Fan Controlled Football League. The league’s six-week season kicks off in February 2021 and will be […]

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Wale Ogunleye Heads New UBS Athletes and Entertainers Client Segment

The former Pro Bowler Adewale Ogunleye aims to draw on his own experiences to help shape a new financial advisory segment.

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Q&A: Mike Golic Sr. Talks TV Free Agency and Breakup of ‘Mike & Mike’

Mike Golic Sr. opens up on ESPN’s cancellation of “Golic and Wingo,” breakup of “Mike & Mike” and his pending free agency come Jan. 1.

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NFL Diversity Plan

The NFL has developed a mobility plan for diversity hiring as it looks to address inequalities among coaching and front office positions. Owners also recently passed a resolution to reward […]

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