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  • NFL branding crisis

    Discussing whether NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should stay or go, after his handling of the Ray Rice video incident, with Mark Stevens, MSCO Marketing CEO, and Mitch Epner, former Federal prosecutor.

  • Ray Rice

    A senior Justice Department official signaled that additional state legal charges against the running back could be in the offing.

  • Roger Goodell knew Rice hit fiancé: Steinberg

    Leigh Steinberg, Steinberg Sports & Entertainment CEO, weighs in on the controversy surrounding former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice and criticism for Commissioner Roger Goodell. Steinberg says there is nothing on the TMZ tape that was not already relayed to the commissioner and the Baltimore Ravens.

  • Ray Rice

    The NFL responds to a report that it didn't ask a casino for video showing Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in a hotel elevator.

  • Ray Rice sacked by Ravens

    The Baltimore Ravens fired its running back after a video surfaced showing Rice knocking out his then fiancée in a hotel elevator. NBC Sports Anchor Dave Briggs, shares his thoughts on the NFL's tougher domestic violence policy.

  • NFL suspends Rice indefinitely after video goes public

    Keith Reed, former senior editor at ESPN Magazine, discusses questions that need to be answered by the NFL following the indefinite suspension of Ray Rice.

  • NFL indefinitely suspends Rice

    The New York Times' sports columnist Mike Tierney, shares his reaction to news the Baltimore Ravens have terminated Ray Rice's contract, and the NFL has indefinitely suspended Rice following new video evidence.

  • Baltimore Ravens terminate Rice's contract

    The Baltimore Ravens have terminated running back Ray Rice's contract, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.

  • Phoenix preps for Super Bowl

    Michael Bidwill, Arizona Cardinals team president and former federal prosecutor, discusses new technology for keeping fans engaged, and the preparations at the Phoenix Cardinals stadium for the next Super Bowl.

  • Watt: What do rich people buy?

    The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history J.J. Watt.

  • CNBC.com is getting in on the fantasy football bandwagon, and who better to break down your Week 1 rosters than the Najarian brothers?

  • 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.