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Instagram Lens Lets NFL Help Fans Boo Commissioner Roger Goodell

The National Football League turned to Chromasspring founder Grant Tucker and Instagram to revive an NFL Draft tradition this year: Booing commissioner Roger Goodell. This past weekend's draft hosted a limited number of fans due to the pandemic, while the 2020 NFL Draft was all virtual for the same reason. The augmented reality lens automatically...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, NFL, National Football League, Roger Goodell, Sports Marketing, Social Pro Daily, Instagram Lens Lets NFL Help Fans Boo, Grant Tucker


We Are Social’s Tuesday Tweakup #45

Instagram Live unveils options to mute and turn off video“You’re on mute” is a phrase now extending its reach to Instagram Live. The platform has announced it is adding new features that will allow users to mute their microphones and even turn their video off whilst using the app’s Live feature. This is to give hosts more flexibility during live streaming, avoiding annoying background chatter and clatter. A ‘video off’ experience also allows for easier multitasking, meaning you can listen to a L...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, Kim Kardashian, Pinterest, Germany, NFL, Seo, Reddit, National Football League, Audi, Facebook News Feed, University Of Alabama, Twitter Instagram, Pacific Islander, Facebook News


United States: Another COVID-19 By-Product: A Reduction In The NFL Salary Cap - Squire Patton Boggs LLP

Owing to a 92% drop in attendance during the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Football League salary cap will be 8% lower this season, going from $198.2 million in 2020 to $182.5 million in 2021.
Tags: News, United States, National Football League, NFL Salary Cap Squire Patton Boggs LLP


NFL Teams With Clubhouse App for 2021 Draft Exclusive Live Programming

The NFL is calling a brand-new tech audible: The league struck a partnership with buzzy interactive-audio chat app Clubhouse. Clubhouse and the National Football League announced that they are teaming up to produce an exclusive lineup of programming for the 2021 NFL Draft on the app this week. Clubhouse — which debuted just 12 months […]
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What to Know About the Research Into Athletes' Hearts and Covid-19

Recent findings, including a new study out this week, should reassure people about fears that even mild covid-19 could damage the heart in young and fit people. Despite earlier research that found reason for concern, athletes don’t seem to be at high risk for heart issues related to the viral illness after all.Read more...
Tags: Health, Science, Sports, Public Health, Ncaa, National Football League, National Basketball Association, Major League Soccer, Major League Baseball, National Hockey League, Sports Medicine, Occupational Safety and Health, Cardiovascular Disease, Heart Diseases, Clinical Medicine, Covid 19


NFL Inks Exclusive Podcast Deal With iHeartMedia

The National Football League is calling a new audible — a bunch of them, actually. The NFL formed an exclusive multiyear podcast partnership with iHeartMedia, a deal that encompasses plans to coproduce and distribute two dozen new original shows. Under the pact, iHeartMedia will distribute NFL Media’s seven existing podcasts — “Around the NFL,” “Move […]
Tags: News, NFL, National Football League, NFL Media, Iheartmedia


NFL Inks Sports Bet Deals With Caesars, FanDuel, DraftKings

Once one of the staunchest opponents of allowing people to legally bet on its games, the National Football League has reached deals with three gambling companies to become official sports betting partners.
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New NFL COVID-19 policy effectively mandates vaccinations for coaches, key staff

The National Football League is effectively mandating all coaches and other team employees who come in contact with players to get vaccinated against COVID-19 — unless they have a “bona ... Click to Continue »
Tags: News, National Football League, COVID


Sixth Victim Dies From Shooting by Ex-NFL Player in South Carolina Home

(Reuters) - An air conditioning technician has become the sixth person to die after being shot by a former National Football League player at a...
Tags: National Football League, Reuters, Ex NFL Player in South Carolina Home


LAPD officer, 2 others, charged in illegal Super Bowl gambling operation

An LAPD officer and two others were charged with running a gambling operation where participants placed “high-dollar bets” on the outcome of the National Football League’s 2021 Super Bowl, authorities announced Friday. LAPD Officer Robert Felix, a 13-year veteran of the department, Francisco Martin Del Campo and Gabriel Martin Del Campo face multiple felony charges of bookmaking, the LAPD said in a news release. The three were charged earlier this month by the state Department of Justice, accord...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, National Football League, Department Of Justice, Local News, Lapd, FELIX, Sunland, LA City Council, Alcoholic Beverage Control, LAPD Transit Services Division, Crime and Public Safety, LAPD Echo Park Lake, Robert Felix, Francisco Martin Del Campo


Nike suspends endorsement of NFL star Deshaun Watson over sexual misconduct allegations

The National Football League quarterback has been accused of sexual misconduct in lawsuits filed by 22 women.
Tags: NFL, Nike, National Football League, Deshaun Watson


NBA Top Shot maker Dapper Labs is now worth $2.6 billion thanks to half of Hollywood, the NBA, and Michael Jordan

From the early success of Crypto Kitties to the explosive growth of NBA Top Shot, Dapper Labs has been at the forefront of the cryptocurrency collectible craze known as NFTs. Now the company is reaping the benefits of its trailblazing status with a new $305 million financing led by some of the biggest names in Hollywood, sports, and investing. The new round values the company at a whopping $2.6 billion, according to multiple media reports, and comes at a time when NFTs have captured the popular ...
Tags: TC, Hollywood, Technology, Finance, NFL, Articles, Tech, Ceo, Michael Jordan, Nba, Mlb, Warner-Music-Group, Ufc, National Football League, National Basketball Association, Lebron James


MLB could use 2021 All-Star Game to protest Georgia election laws

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Sports’ big events have been used to make political points before and it might be MLB’s time to use one of theirs. In 1991, the National Football League responded to the state of Arizona’s decision not to recognize Martin Luther King’s birthday as a holiday by pulling the 1993 Super Bowl (scheduled to be played in Phoenix). The move is estimated to have cost the Phoenix metropolitan area more than $200 million in revenue. The state of Arizona voted to make MLK Day a holiday sho...
Tags: Colorado, Angels, Sports, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Nba, Mlb, Ncaa, San Francisco Giants, National Football League, North Carolina, Martin Luther King, Major League Baseball


Big banks rush to back Greenwood, Killer Mike’s Atlanta-based digital bank for underrepresented customers

Before even taking its first deposit, Greenwood, the digital banking service targeting Black and Latino individuals and business owners, has raised $40 million — only a few months after its launch. Coming in to finance the new challenger bank are six of the seven largest U.S. Banks and the payment technology developers Mastercard and Visa. That’s right, Bank of America, PNC, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Truist, are backing a bank co-founded by a man who declared, “I’m with the revolutionary....
Tags: TC, Finance, NFL, Tech, Atlanta, Bank Of America, Banking, Companies, United States, Bank, National Football League, Oklahoma, Financial Services, Killer Mike, Mayor, Lightspeed Venture Partners


NFL hands Amazon exclusive games, and Teen Vogue editor undone by teen rogue tweets: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Touchdown for Amazon Good morning! Amazon executives are sure having a good one—the giant for just about everything is about to gain a lot more football fans. On Wednesday, the National Football League announced new long-term deals with broadcasters like CBS, Fox, NBC, AB...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, New York, Instagram, Etsy, New York City, Advertising, NFL, Atlanta, Bloomberg, Canada, Delta, Ikea, Ace Hotel, Conde Nast, Starbucks


NFL Sets Huge New TV Deals With CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN/ABC and Amazon Prime Video

The National Football League is celebrating in the end zone after completing eye-popping new rights deals for all of its TV packages. Most networks have extended their current NFL deals through the 2033 season: Fox and CBS hold onto their respective Sunday games, NBC remains with Sunday Night Football and ESPN continues broadcasting Monday Night...
Tags: Amazon, Nbc, Advertising, NFL, Fox, Cbs, Espn, National Football League, The Big Game, TV Upfronts, Streaming & OTT, Programming & Performance, CBS Fox NBC ESPN ABC


NFL Strikes New Rights Pacts: Fox Cedes Thursdays to Amazon, ABC Gains Super Bowl Slot

The NFL season ended weeks ago, but some of the media’s biggest players have been scrambling to keep professional football in the spotlight. Under a series of critically important rights deals unveiled Thursday between the National Football League and some of the nation’s biggest media companies, “Thursday Night Football” will no longer be shown on […]
Tags: News, NFL, Sunday Night Football, Thursday Night Football, National Football League, Monday Night Football, Amazon ABC


Cake Cutting in Overtime

There's a new proposal out of Baltimore for a new way to handle overtime in National Football League games. This post is about American Football, soccer has its own overtime issues we won't talk about here.Instead of randomly choosing who gets the ball, which gives an advantage to the team on offense, the Raven's coach Jim Harbaugh suggests a "spot and choose" rule based on cake cutting. One team picks a starting position and the other team decides whether to be on offense or defense.Sounds intr...
Tags: Seo, Jim Harbaugh, National Football League, Baltimore, American Football, Raven, Lance Fortnow


Thoughts on Leadership: Celebrating Women’s History Month

Monday marked the beginning of Women’s History Month, a celebration of extraordinary women who lead—and have led—the charge to positively transform our world. At HomeServices of America, we’re fortunate to have Teresa Palacios Smith, chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer, leading our initiatives to showcase and support women leaders across the globe. Outside of HomeServices of America, Teresa is very involved with women’s leadership programs and councils, and within our organization, has...
Tags: Google, Productivity, Facebook, Usa, News, Stanford, NFL, America, Larry Page, Radio, Culture, Williams, Mary Barra, Fifa, Sergey Brin, Agent


NFL picks its first Black female game official

Maia Chaka will make history when the new National Football League season starts this year.
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NFL names first Black female game official

"It’s just an honor to join the National Football League," Maia Chaka said Friday on NBC's "TODAY" show.
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Disney, NFL Sketch Renewal Terms for ‘Monday Night Football’

Walt Disney Company and the National Football League have reached a tentative agreement on a new rights deal that will keep “Monday Night Football” at ESPN, according to a person familiar with the matter, and put ABC into the Super Bowl rotation for the first time in more than 15 years. The two sides have […]
Tags: News, Abc, NFL, Walt Disney Company, Espn, National Football League, Monday Night Football, The Walt Disney Company, Disney NFL


‘WandaVision’, ‘A Glitch in the Matrix’ and Why Simulated Realities Are All the Rage

This post contains spoilers for recent episodes of WandaVision. Toward the end of the third episode of WandaVision , Marvel’s incendiary new television series, something strange happens. Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) gives birth to two beautiful yet rapidly growing baby boys, and she and her neighbor Geraldine (Teyonah Parris) lean over the crib and coo and quail and admire the newborn twins. “I’m a twin,” Wanda smiles. “I had a brother. His name was…Pietro.” As Wanda starts to sing an ...
Tags: Movies, Features, United Kingdom, Sony, Jim Carrey, National Football League, Wanda, Philip K Dick, Paul Bettany, Bell, John Carpenter, Plato, Geraldine, Truman, Ultron, Roddy Piper


Reporting all your income, including gambling winnings, on Form 1040 Schedule 1

Happy Monday to Patriots' — I mean Buccaneers' — fans. Your man Tom Brady did it again. Instead of the usual sports league drug tests, can we get a DNA sample to prove that the man is human? It's an even happier Monday for all y'all who collected on Super Bowl LV bets, both the ones on the on-field match-up and all the goofy prop bets for things only peripherally related to the National Football League championship game. The Internal Revenue Service is happy for you, too, as long as you report ...
Tags: Taxes, Alaska, Tom Brady, National Football League, Kansas City, Sam, Irs, Tampa Bay, Internal Revenue Service, Uncle Sam, Buccaneers, Al Capone, U S Olympic Paralympic Committee


Bud Light aired 2 ads during Super Bowl LV despite Budweiser's decision not to

Signage of Bud light outside a bar in New York City, United States. Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images Budweiser did not air a Super Bowl ad for the first time in 37 years, but Bud Light had two. Bud Light aired two ads for its beer and seltzer during the first half. Anheuser-Busch InBev, which owns Bud Light and Budweiser, has a $250-million-per year deal with the NFL. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Budweiser did not air a Super Bowl ad for the first...
Tags: News, Advertising, NFL, Trends, Budweiser, Bud, Retail, Super Bowl, Ads, Espn, National Football League, Pepsico, Audi, Stella Artois, Bud Light, Ab Inbev


Gambling revenue not as lucrative as states hoped, but Super Bowl betting bump helps

The debate continues about whether gambling really provides states with substantial revenue. But one thing is settled. Regardless of how much, or little, money wagering brings into state coffers, it's here to stay. And Super Bowl Sunday is one reason more states are allowing sports betting within their borders, an option hey were given thank to the . Since last year's National Football League championship game, 36 million more American adults have gained the opportunity to bet legally in seven...
Tags: Texas, Taxes, Congress, Washington, Pennsylvania, House, Tom Brady, Capitol Hill, National Football League, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Cleaver, Aga, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Don, Internal Revenue Service


The NFL has offered Biden all 30 of its stadiums to be used for mass COVID-19 vaccination sites

Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services announced Friday, Jan. 8, 2021, that Arizona will open a 24/7 vaccination site at State Farm Stadium. Ross D. Franklin, File/Associated Press The NFL offered Biden use of all 30 of the league's stadiums for mass COVID-19 vaccination sites. Mass vaccination sites continue to open across the US as part of Biden's vaccine plans. Sites have already opened at Yankee Stadium, Disneyland Resort, and seven NFL stadiums. Visit the Bu...
Tags: Science, California, Football, US, Sports, NFL, San Francisco, Trends, Joe Biden, Arizona, Cbs, Vaccine, National Football League, Roger Goodell, Bronx, Biden


How to Watch Puppy Bowl XVII on Super Bowl Sunday

We made it to the biggest sporting event of the year: Puppy Bowl XVII will feature 70 puppies from over 20 different shelters, all available for adoption, hosted by Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart. Whether you’re hoping to adopt (good luck, they go fast) or just want to see them play, here’s how to catch the game.Read more...
Tags: Television, Martha Stewart, Sports, Musicians, Super Bowl, National Football League, Lifehacks, Snoop Dogg, Puns, Puppy Bowl, Animal Planet, Human Interest, Businesspeople


How to Get Free Food on Super Bowl Sunday

I like Super Bowl Sunday for one thing: the food. I am not an avid sports fan in general, and football is the game I know the least about. Despite this, every year I look forward to enjoying a whole lot of food (and getting excited about whoever is winning). And sure, maybe we’re not going to big parties this year…Read more...
Tags: Pizza, Sports, Super Bowl, Food And Drink, National Football League, Lifehacks, Cuisine, TCBY, Digiorno, Italian American Cuisine


Snap Sets Creative Tools and Content for the Big Game

Snapchat teamed up with the National Football League on creative tools for Snapchatters and content for Super Bowl 2021. Snap Inc. said its NFL-partnered augmented reality lenses and filters reached 45 million users during the weekend of Super Bowl 2020. The NFL and Snap renewed their multiyear partnership last June, and Snap said there were...
Tags: Advertising, NFL, National Football League, Snap, The Big Game, Snap Inc, Social Pro Daily