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  • The NFL Logo is shown on a goal post at Ford Field in Detroit.

    Football is a huge moneymaker. But did you know the NFL is tax-exempt, and is on record for losing money in 2012? Behind the NFL’s nonprofit exempt status.

  • Philadelphia Eagles’ running back LeSean McCoy watches from the bench during a preseason game between the Eagles and the New York Jets in Philadelphia.

    The restaurateur who publicly blasted LeSean McCoy for leaving a 20-cent tip told CNBC he won't apologize for starting the controversy.

  • PYT owner on LeSean McCoy's 20-cent tip

    Philadelphia Eagle running back LeSean McCoy left a 20 cent tip on a $61 check at PYT in Philadelphia. McCoy claims he received terrible service. Restaurant owner Tommy Up shares his side of the story.

  • Criticism continues for Roger Goodell

    Advice for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, from NFL agent Theresa Therilus, and Wolf Management Consultants' Jeff Wolf.

  • The NFL's 'non-profit' numbers

    CNBC's Kate Rogers reports a few unexpected facts on the tax exempt sports league.

  • Fantasy Football Weekly: Sit Cam or not?

    Optionmonster co-founders, Jon and Pete Najarian offer CNBC's Dominic Chu their fantasy football picks and pans for week 2 of the NFL season.

  • NFL owners release statement on investigation

    CNBC's Dominic Chu reports NFL Owners John Mara and Art Rooney will oversee the independent investigation by former FBI director Robert S. Mueller. The final report to owners will be shared with the public.

  • Adalius Thomas speaks out on Ray Rice

    Adalius Thomas, former Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots player, shares his reaction to the lag in the NFL's response to the Ray Rice elevator video.

  • Did Goodell do the right thing?

    Discussing the support for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell amid the Ray Rice video crisis, with Chris Stone, Sports Illustrated, and Cindy Boren, The Washington Post.

  • NFL's Goodell under the gun

    Rick Horrow, Horrow Sports Ventures CEO, discusses the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice video and their move to hire former FBI director Robert Muller to lead an independent investigation.

  • Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens in 2013.

    League executives have insisted they didn't see the violent images until this week.

  • Les Moonves, president and chief executive officer of CBS Corp.

    The CBS CEO said the NFL is the best thing in TV, and said the league took the appropriate action with Ray Rice.

  • NFL basically invincible: Moonves

    CNBC's David Faber speaks to Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. president & CEO, about the Ray Rice incident and CBS' deal for Thursday Night Football with the NFL.

  • 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.