NFL

ESPN Considering $20 Million Offer To Peyton Manning For Monday Night Football

Tony Romo could have the shortest reign ever as the highest-paid sports TV analyst in history.  ESPN is preparing to offer Peyton Manning a record $18 million to $20 million […]

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Tony Romo to Stay With CBS for $17 Million Annually

Tony Romo is re-signing with CBS Sports in a deal that will make him the highest-paid sportscaster in history. Romo will make an estimated $17 million a year under a […]

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America’s Team: Cowboys Still Winning in T.V. Ratings

The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champions. But they’re not “America’s Team.” That distinction belongs today, tomorrow and for the foreseeable future to the Dallas Cowboys. By any business […]

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Sail, Eagles, Sail: Philadelphia Fans Take to the Seas With Themed Cruise

Next April, Philadelphia Eagles fans could be playing football on a beach in the Bahamas with their favorite players.  The Eagles contingent will set sail on March 21, 2021, for […]

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Office Hours: Yahoo Sports’ Geoff Reiss on Bowling, Finding Fans and NFL Media Rights

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Powered by RedCircle Welcome to a new episode of Office Hours: a podcast with Front Office Sports CEO Adam White and figures from the sports industry centered around […]

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Five Takeaways From The SportsPro OTT USA Conference

Executives across sports and media gathered to discuss the hot-button topics in OTT streaming during the SportPro OTT USA conference in Atlanta this week.  Conversations in and out of panel […]

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College Football’s Crowded All-Star Landscape Endures

Aloha Stadium saw the return of the Hula Bowl this winter after a 12-year hiatus. But as just 4,000 spectators – albeit twice the Hula Bowl’s last crowd before it […]

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Friday Five: XFL Commissioner and CEO Oliver Luck On The League’s Relaunch

In building the league, Luck said he drew back on his extensive history as a sports executive, especially his experience working for NFL Europe. Luck helped launched a team in […]

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Social Media Impressions Measure Super Bowl Ad Success

The Super Bowl remains a cultural moment in the U.S., attracting more than 100 million viewers and dozens of brands looking to advertise during the game. The way brands measure […]

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Amid High Profile Hacks, Teams Strengthen Cybersecurity Efforts

On January 28, 15 NFL teams’ social media accounts – including both Super Bowl LIV contestants, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers – began posting strange messages. It […]

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