A judge handed Tom Brady a win (for now) but even when it loses, the NFL wins, says David Katz. And here's why.» Read More
The NFL says it will appeal the Federal judge's decision to nullify Tom Brady's 4-game suspension, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Three reasons why the judge in NFL Tom Brady's Deflategate case has nullified the 4-game suspension, with CNBC's Dominic Chu.
NFL's Tom Brady has won the "Deflategate" case.
NFL's Tom Brady has won the "Deflategate" case, after the judge has nullified the 4-game suspension. Rosenhaus Sports CEO Drew Rosenhaus, provides perspective on the judge's decision.
No settlement has been reached between the NFL, and Tom Brady, reports CNBC's Carl Quintanilla.
In September 2006, the New Orleans Saints marched into the Superdome for their first game since Katrina, and provided the spark for a revival.
In 2003 football star Casey Crawford gave up a lucrative NFL career and decided to cash in on a booming real estate business.
NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus, discusses the impact of Deflategate scandal for Tom Brady's legacy, and the National Football League.
Actor Steve Rannazzisi, describes the comedic look at "Fantasy Football" in his show "The League."
Veteran NFL linebacker James Harrison vowed to send back awards given to his sons for just participating in school athletics.
DeflateGate investigator Ted Wells bought a Manhattan apartment owned by tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams for $2.1 million.
Geno Smith, the Jets' quarterback, will miss at least 6-10 weeks after he was punched by a teammate. New York Times reports.
Sec. of State John Kerry discusses the Iran nuclear deal. An F-16 fighter crashes in Germany. Italy's former PM Berlusconi is selling his vacation house for $550 million. And Jets QB Geno Smith will be out 6 to 10 weeks with a broken jaw. With CNBC's Sue Herera.
NFL team owners met Tuesday to discuss the possible move of a franchise to Los Angeles. Marc Ganis, SportsCorp president, weighs in.
NFL owners meet in Schaumburg, IL, to discuss the proposed relocation of one or more teams to Los Angeles.
The National Football League and Twitter have announced a multi-year content partnership in which the NFL will distribute about 100 clips a week on Twitter.
Sports leagues such as the NFL and MLB are relying on online user generated content for their marketing campaigns.
The National Football League will distribute about 100 clips a week on Twitter, including highlights and instant replays.
“There are a lot of reasons to own Twitter that have to do with what could possibly go right," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Twitter extends its content deal with the NFL as part of its Amplify program.