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  • 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.

  • CNBC explains the brands, labor battles and big contracts that are X's and O's in the playbook of a huge US moneymaker: the NFL economy.

  • NFL kicks off 2014 season

    David Briggs, NBC Sports, provides a preview of this season's NFL season beginning with Thursday night's game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks.

  • FanDuel raises $70 million

    FanDuel has announced $70 million in new funding. CEO Nigel Eccles discusses the growth of fantasy gaming.

  • NFL gets tough on domestic violence

    The NFL announces it will impose strict penalties for incidences of abuse and sexual assaults. NBC's Dave Briggs discusses the NFL's strict stance against domestic violence.

  • NFL toughens domestic violence guidelines

    The NFL has imposed forceful penalties for domestic violence and sexual assaults. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports two time offenders face banishment from the league.

  • Fantasy football

    "Eighty percent of fantasy players tell us they expect to be playing in a decade, and half say they will play until they die," said an expert.

  • Investors have been banking on a decline in the popularity of golf, with stocks that have exposure to the sport seeing an increase in short interest.

  • Helmet Cam by Sports Video Innovations.

    A new helmet with an embedded HD video camera is taking professional and college football by storm.

  • Helmet camera game-changer for football?

    JR Liverman, Sports Video Innovations CEO, explains how a camera embedded in the design of a football helmet allows viewers to see exactly what the player sees on the field.

  • The NFL is the most lucrative league in the world, and this is the highest valued team in the league, according to Forbes.

  • NFL team valuations soar

    Forbes is out with its annual NFL team valuations list. Forbes executive editor Michael Ozanian, thinks the $2 billion sale of the LA Clippers is jacking up football valuations.

  • 'De-couching' sports fans

    Rick Horrow, Horrow Sports Ventures president, shares his opinions on safety in sports, as well as enhancing the fan experience with technology to get fans "off the couch."

  • Wearables a solution to concussions?

    Scientists may have figured out a way to better understand concussions and brain injuries on the football field that could lead to solutions, with CNBC's Josh Lipton.

  • Chairs: Ditka on Redskins controversy

    The "Squawk Box" news team discusses remarks made by former Bears coach and ESPN analyst Mike Ditka that he has no plans to refrain from using the team nickname during the season.

  • Below the surface of a golfing paradise for many American tourists, the Trump Organization is battling on many fronts.

  • The San Francisco 49ers have taken the unusual step of creating their own investment program for players with robo-advisor firm Wealthfront.

  • American football hits China

    This is historic, says Marty Judge, Philadelphia Soul co-owner, discussing the formation of the China American Football League.

  • Legalizing sports betting

    Should sports gambling be legal outside the state of Nevada? Bill Pascrell III, Princeton Affairs Group, and Scott Spreitzer, Pregame.com sports betting expert, provide perspective.

  • Patriot's ice bucket challenge

    Patriots owner Bob Kraft and head coach Bill Belichick answer the challenge to raise ALS awareness.