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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.
Football player and veteran sports journalist Frank Gifford has died in Connecticut, his family announced on Sunday. He was 84.
Isaiah Kacyvenski has transformed from gridiron competitor to entrepreneur at the forefront of science and technology.
Multiple NFL teams are now using virtual reality simulations to complement practice and, more importantly, keep players healthy.
DraftKings CEO Jason Robins has high hopes for the future. In it, he envisions a world that would combine fantasy and reality.
Leigh Steinberg, Steinberg Sports & Entertainment CEO, says this is a "public relations fiasco" in regards to Tom Brady's suspension as NFL training camps kick off.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft came after the National Football League on Wednesday, after the Tom Brady suspension was upheld. Drew Rosenhaus, NFL agent at Rosenhaus Sports, shares his opinion on the suspension.
"I've come to the conclusion that this was never about doing what was fair and just," Patriots Owner Robert Kraft said.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick addresses the beginning of the 2015 football season, after Tom Brady's suspension was upheld.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft comments on the decision Tom Brady will be suspended for 4 games.
The NFL said Tuesday that it has upheld its four-game suspension of New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady.