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  • CNBC.com Fantasy Football Weekly: Let the season begin

    Former NFLers (and founders of Optionmonster.com) Pete & Jon Najarian discuss their top fantasy football picks for week one of the brand new NFL season. With CNBC's Dominic Chu.

  • Denver Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning is shown during a preseason NFL football game against the Houston Texans in Denver, August 23, 2014.

    Five things you probably don't know about fantasy football and Wall Street from trader-turned-comedian Raj Mahal.

  • Tailgate like a Greek god

    The "Squawk Box" crew check out "Zeus", the flagship vehicle from Top Shelf Tailgate.

  • Tom Brady

    New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady tells CNBC he'd encourage his kids to play football, and other parents should, too.

  • NFL goes high-tech

    Bob Kraft, The Kraft Group chairman & CEO, and New England Patriots owner, discusses the big business of professional football.

  • Miami Dolphins' plan to bring in fans

    Stephen Ross, Miami Dolphins owner, discusses the upcoming football season, and the renovation of Sun Life Stadium. And Bob Kraft, New England Patriots owner, shares his thoughts.

  • Ultimate tailgate party

    CNBC's Robert Frank and Charles Mulea, Top Shelf Tailgate demonstrates how to celebrate football season in style with "Zeus."

  • Patriots QB Tom Brady on concussions

    Football is a contact sport and head injuries are sometimes out of a player's control, New England Quarterback Tom Brady tells CNBC. But he says "the good outweighs the bad" and he'd encourage his kids to play if they wanted to.

  • The business of Tom Brady

    Tom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback, discusses his endorsement deals with Under Armour. And Bob Kraft, The Kraft Group chairman & CEO, and New England Patriots owner, weighs in.

  • Innovating sports medicine: Tom Brady

    Tom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback, talks about TB 12 sports therapy and the upcoming football season. And Bob Kraft, New England Patriots owner, weighs in.

  • Kraft's 'cardboard' indicator

    Bob Kraft, The Kraft Group chairman & CEO, and New England Patriots owner, shares his take on jobs and the outlook on the U.S. economy. Throughout the country we are pretty strong, says Kraft.

  • New York Giants’ Leonard Marshall (70) is shown during an NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa Bay, Fla., Nov. 24, 1991.

    Some NFL pros run into financial trouble after retiring. Now a former football star wants to help those players invest their money.

  • Oscar De La Renta teams up with Shinola

    Oscar De La Renta CEO Alex Bolen discusses the state of luxury retail and is bullish on future of digital resources.

  • Helping former pro athletes invest wisely, with Leonard Marshall, Playbook Franchise Fund partner and former New York Giant, and Steve Levenson, Playbook Franchise Fund Founder.

  • NFL media stocks market check

    CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at where analysts stand on media partners of the NFL.

  • Big biz of bookmaking

    The pro football season is preparing to kick off, but one Las Vegas bookmaker has already picked the winner of Super Bowl XLIX.

  • NFL sideline technology is about to get a different look. A view here of a preseason game at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

    As the NFL returns, the view from the sidelines may look a little different, with new technology in stadiums and on the field this season.

  • NFL going high-tech

    This NFL season, football fans will benefit from a range of new technology designed to boost ratings and ticket sales. CNBC's Julia Boorstin explains how fans can access data about their favorite players' performances.

  • Big biz of bookmaking

    The NFL season kicks off tonight. John Avello, Wynn Sports Book executive director, joins "Fast Money Halftime Report," to discuss his top picks for the Super Bowl, and bets on college football versus pro football.

  • CNBC's Julia Boorstin discusses the return broadcasters expected from NFL football. Boorstin says CBS has the rights to eight Thursday night games for $275 million.