Football legend Joe Namath discusses the NFL scandals and his push to find treatment for traumatic brain injury.
Former NFL quarterback Joe Namath shares his opinions on recent issues plaguing the National Football League.
Former NFL quarterback Joe Namath is taking on the fight against debilitating effects of brain injuries.
The FCC votes unanimously to eliminate the 4-decade-old TV blackout rule for games that do not sell out.
The FCC is voting today on the NFL's television blackout rules. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the agency is expected to loosen its 40-year-old rules in spite of protests by the league.
NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp weighs in on some of the problems facing the NFL and its brand. Sapp also discusses tonight's 29th Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner to honor The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis.
Pro sports leagues need to realize that "the line has moved" on what society deems as appropriate, says Richard Parsons, interim CEO of the LA Clippers.
With the recent scandal surrounding the NFL, now may be the time for some sponsors to pull out, branding expert Gary Vaynerchuck told CNBC.
Discussing the responsibility of NFL sponsors amid domestic violence scandals facing the league, with Jim Stengel, former global marketing officer at Procter & Gamble.
Fantex allows potential investors to buy stock linked to the earnings of a professional athlete. CNBC's Tyler Mathisen provides insight to the service.
Former NFL wide receiver Phil McConkey, discusses the great responsibility on the NFL right now to handle its image appropriately.
Goodell pledged to establish a committee to review and change the NFL's conduct and discipline policies by the Super Bowl.
CNBC's Dominic Chu recaps NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's press conference regarding domestic violence.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan asks NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about Procter and Gamble pulling its partnership with the NFL.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he is focused on doing his job to the best of his ability and has not considered resigning from the NFL.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the NFL will implement new conduct polices and establish a Conduct Committee. Goodell announces participation in education and training programs as well as partnerships with the National Domestic Violence hotline and Sexual Violence Resource Center.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is not satisfied with the handling and conclusions of the recent domestic violence crisis.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to make a statement and take questions regarding domestic violence abuse and the league's Personal Conduct Policy; CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.
Former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick says NFL's Roger Goodell has been the most aggressive commissioner in regards to player conduct and safety.
In 2006 lawyer Jim Evangelista told CNBC's Melissa Lee why his clients had a case against the NFL and Players Association.