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Who do you start? Who do you sit? And who's a sleeper. Former NFLers and Optionmonsters Pete and Jon Najarian offer up this week's picks on CNBC.com Fantasy Football Weekly. With CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Despite recent scandals NFL merchandise is soaring. Doug Mack, Fanatics CEO, says sales of NFL gear are up 20 percent so far this season.
Floyd Mayweather takes home $1.4 million in one bet on the Colts. USA Today reports.
Discussing how much the NFL could fetch in its next TV deal, despite the scandals, with Michael Ozanian, Forbes Magazine executive editor. Ozanian also reveals Forbes' top athlete with the biggest brand value.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reveals the results from CNBC's All-America Economic Survey about how badly the NFL's image has been hurt by recent scandals.
A league source claims that the NFL will send one or two teams back to Los Angeles within the next 12 to 24 months. NBC Sports reports.
NFL fans already are emotionally invested in the sport, but those who want to become financially invested can buy stocks of players.
Fantex Holdings provides an opportunity to investors to invest in professional athletes. Jack Brewer, The Brewer Group CEO, provides the athlete's perspective, and Buck French, Fantex Holdings co-founder and CEO, says the company plans to sign athletes across the world of sports.
How to invest in NFL players, and the risks associated with the investment, with Buck French, Fantex Holdings co-founder and CEO.
DirecTV stock spiked almost 2 percent in after-hours trading.
FCC commissioner Ajit Pai doesn't expect the NFL to rush to pay TV now that TV blackouts are banned.
The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to eliminate the NFL's blackout rule. FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, discusses the vote and if the NFL will migrate to pay television.
Miles Nadal, MDC Partners chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts on brand associations with the National Football League.
Football legend Joe Namath discusses the NFL scandals and his push to find treatment for traumatic brain injury.
Former NFL quarterback Joe Namath shares his opinions on recent issues plaguing the National Football League.
Former NFL quarterback Joe Namath is taking on the fight against debilitating effects of brain injuries.
The FCC votes unanimously to eliminate the 4-decade-old TV blackout rule for games that do not sell out.
The FCC is voting today on the NFL's television blackout rules. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the agency is expected to loosen its 40-year-old rules in spite of protests by the league.
NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp weighs in on some of the problems facing the NFL and its brand. Sapp also discusses tonight's 29th Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner to honor The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis.
Pro sports leagues need to realize that "the line has moved" on what society deems as appropriate, says Richard Parsons, interim CEO of the LA Clippers.