NFL Salary Cap to Jump Back Up in 2022

The global pandemic had serious ramifications on the economics of professional sports in 2020/2021. The National Football League (NFL), which had seen steady increases in the salary cap every year since 2013, dropped for the first time in 2020 due to the pandemic. The NFL’s salary cap is set to return to the normal level... Continue Reading →

Kroenke Looks to Settle Without the NFL

Photo via: Ben Liebenberg AP Los Angeles Rams owner, Stan Kroenke, is attempting to settle with the City of St. Louis without the remaining 31 NFL teams and their owners. The National Football League is dealing with more complications in a lawsuit. That’s a sentence that we have all become accustomed to hearing. Stan Kroenke,... Continue Reading →

NFL Global Interest Extends to Germany

            The National Football League (NFL) is looked at as the most popular sport in the United States, but also has the strongest international popularity among the top four American sports leagues. The NFL has primarily focused on London to help grow its game internationally and help build a fan base to support a possible... Continue Reading →

Jon Gruden Out as Raiders Head Coach

Jon Gruden is no longer the Head Coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. He decided to step down on Monday after a mass of controversy. Gruden sent homophobic, transphobic, misogynistic and racist emails to top NFL personnel. In a statement on Twitter, Gruden stated, "I love the Raiders and do not want to be a... Continue Reading →

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