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The Business of Football

Welcome to The Business of Football, where cutting-edge strategies and high-value partnerships converge. Explore transformative deals and strategic maneuvers as our analysis guides you through the intersection of football and business for a nuanced understanding of the game outside the lines.

Recent Articles

NFL salary cap

NFL Salary Cap Sees Historic Spike Ahead of 2024 Season

Each franchise was allotted $255.4M, which is a $30M increase for each team.

Women Prove to Be a Powerful Force in Super Bowl LVIII Record Viewership 

Female demographics show strong viewership growth for the NFL’s title game.


Arthur Blank
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Arthur Blank on Private Equity in the NFL: ‘There Are Models That Can Work’

Arthur Blank says the NFL will discuss private equity investment at the upcoming owners meetings.

Feb 11, 2024; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium.

Tuned In: On Sunday, 123.4 Million Viewers. On Tuesday, 800 Layoffs

CBS delivered monster TV numbers. Days later, Paramount slashed hundreds of jobs.
Feb 11, 2024; Paradise, Nevada, USA; A general view as the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in overtime in Super Bowl LVIII Allegiant Stadium.

Nevada Sets State Record for Super Bowl Bets

State’s gaming control board reported $185.6 million was bet on Chiefs-49ers.
Super Bowl

Never Bigger: Super Bowl LVIII Draws Record Audience of 123.4 Million

Chiefs-49ers title game stands alone as the most-watched event in American television history.

Usher Didn’t Get Paid to Play the Super Bowl—but He Did Earn $52.5M in Exposure

Putting a dollar amount on the exposure one artist got from the Big Game.


Superdome New Orleans

Thanks, Las Vegas. New Orleans, You’re Up Next

The Big Easy will get the next crack at hosting the NFL’s biggest affair.

Amazon-NFL

Three Burning Questions for the NFL’s Offseason

Streaming broadcasts could continue to grow in 2024.