Maryland governor Larry Hogan has withdrawn from efforts to help the Washington Redskins secure a new stadium site, The Washington Post reports.
The continued uncertainty about the Oakland Raiders final season before a move to Las Vegas took another turn this week
On the back of renewed interest in the team, the Cleveland Browns are raising season-ticket prices for just the second time in 11 years
Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Patriots and Rams will be the first since a US Supreme Court ruling allowed legalised sports gaming beyond the state of Nevada. An estimated $6bn (€5.2bn
According to several published reports, concerns are growing that the US government shutdown could negatively impact travel and security preparations for next month's Super Bowl in Atlanta
The NFL has announced that the Jacksonville Jaguars, LA Chargers, LA Rams, Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be the 'home' teams in its international regular-season games during the 2019 season
The City of Oakland has filed a suit against the NFL and the Oakland Raiders, aiming to "recover damages resulting from the Raiders' illegal move to Las Vegas"
The NFL is looking to capitalize on the huge popularity of Fortnite by allowing its team uniforms in the video game
The National Football League has announced it will stage four games in London next season, with two at Wembley Stadium and two at the redeveloped White Hart Lane site.
NFL franchise slashed the price of food and drink at their new Mercedes-Benz Stadium Revenue decline less than anticipated; fan response greater
The Philadelphia Eagles’ Ari Roitman explains the long-term thinking behind his stability-first commercial strategy, and discusses how the team still managed to take maximum advantage of their unexpected Super Bowl victory.
London will only be considered as a Super Bowl host if the UK capital establishes an NFL franchise first, says Roger Goodell
Brittany Bowlen, the 28-year-old daughter of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, has declared for the first time that she wants to become the controlling owner of the NFL franchise
The Baltimore Ravens have announced a multi-year marketing deal with Horseshoe Casino, which will allow the gaming company to use the team's logo in promotions and increase its presence at M&T Bank Stadium