The Raiders have been unhappy with their stadium in northern California.
The team announces its plan to relocate from San Diego to the potentially more lucrative City of Angels.
The San Diego Chargers are moving to LA, joining the recently relocated Rams.
The Salvation Army's digital donations are up $80,000 after Ezekiel Elliott jumped in a red kettle to celebrate a TD.
The plan includes $350 million in public money for the new football stadium to keep the team in Oakland.
NY Giants running back Rashad Jennings discusses how his foundation helps children with learning disorders, provides books and camp opportunities.
The company's expanded deal with Turner shows its ambition to take a piece of the TV advertising budget.
The NFL issues a statement saying they are fully committed to Thursday Night Football and any contrary reports are unfounded, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
Amazon is looking into buying digital streaming rights to live sporting events. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
NFL’s Glover Quin, Detroit Lions, discusses his investments, including DraftKings and FanDuel, as well as investment tips.
Peter King, Sports Illustrated, discusses why the ratings for the NFL have been down this year.
Brian Rolapp, NFL EVP of Media, discusses the NFL's ratings rebound following the presidential election. With CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
NFL's Victor Cruz discusses his injury recovery, Toyota FanMojis and investing.
The NFL settles with states over secondary-ticket pricing policy. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
The commissioner spoke at the DealBook Conference in New York City, which is hosted by CNBC anchor and New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin.
In a social media post, the model reveals she and her husband will not support Donald Trump in the US presidential election.
Curt Menefee, Fox NFL Sunday host, discusses his new book “Losing Isn’t Everything," which highlights athletes overcoming infamous losses.
The football star thinks coverage of the presidential race takes away viewers from NFL games.
NFL star quarterback Tom Brady speaks with CNBC's Sara Eisen at the new Under Armour store in Boston about Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, NFL ratings and Donald Trump.
The Patriots QB says while he thinks the NFL is still great — there are a lot of distractions that may be leading to less viewership.