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'National Football League' - 107 News Result(s)

  • Sean Desai Becomes First NFL Coordinator Of Indian Descent

    Sean Desai Becomes First NFL Coordinator Of Indian Descent

    Sean Desai was named the new defensive coordinator for Chicago Bears, making him the first National Football League (NFL) Coordinator of South Asian and Indian descent.

  • Donald Trump Indirectly Warns Players Over Super Bowl Kneeling

    Donald Trump Indirectly Warns Players Over Super Bowl Kneeling

    US President Donald Trump indirectly warned players in Sunday's Super Bowl football championship not to kneel in protest, during a message ahead of the big game.

  • Mike Pence Leaves NFL Game After Players Kneel In Protest During National Anthem

    Mike Pence Leaves NFL Game After Players Kneel In Protest During National Anthem

    US Vice President Mike Pence walked out of a National Football League game on Sunday in his home state of Indiana after some players knelt during the national anthem, a form of demonstration that began last year as a symbolic protest about police violence against racial minorities.

  • 'Very Important' That NFL Players Stand During Anthem, Says Trump Amid Row

    'Very Important' That NFL Players Stand During Anthem, Says Trump Amid Row

    On the eve of a host of National Football League games, US President Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted that it was "very important" that players stand during the national anthem, following an ongoing controversy over athletes and others kneeling in protest.

  • Trump Urges NFL To Ban Players Kneeling During Anthem

    Trump Urges NFL To Ban Players Kneeling During Anthem

    U.S. President Donald Trump ramped up his fight with the National Football League on Tuesday, calling on the league to ban players from kneeling in protest at games while the national anthem is played.

  • US President Trump Says NFL Feud Has 'Nothing To Do With Race'

    US President Trump Says NFL Feud Has 'Nothing To Do With Race'

    President Donald Trump insisted Sunday that an intensifying feud with National Football League players who won't stand during the US national anthem to draw attention to social injustice, has "nothing to do with race."

  • OJ Simpson Granted October Release From Nevada Prison

    OJ Simpson Granted October Release From Nevada Prison

    O.J. Simpson was granted parole on Thursday and will be released from a Nevada prison in October, following an emotional hearing that centred on the botched armed robbery of his own mementos at a Las Vegas hotel that landed him behind bars for nine years.

  • NFL Ticket For Six Indians

    NFL Ticket For Six Indians

    Six Indians will take the flight to the US to take part in the National Football League (NFL) training camp and probably make a career in the league. All six were part of an event known as "Million Dollar Kick" which was the culmination of City Try Outs in Delhi, Goa, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Shillong, Dehradun, and Lucknow.

  • Twitter May Bring Live NFL Games to Apple TV: Report

    Twitter May Bring Live NFL Games to Apple TV: Report

    Earlier this year Twitter struck a deal with the National Football League to stream Thursday night American football games.

  • NFL's Twitter Account Hacked, Commissioner Is Fine - NFL

    NFL's Twitter Account Hacked, Commissioner Is Fine - NFL

    The NFL's official Twitter handle sent a tweet at 12:36 p.m. ET that read, "We regret to inform our fans that our commissioner, Roger Goodell, has passed away. He was 57. #RIP."

  • Super Bowl Security Tight After Paris Attacks, No Specific Threat Seen

    Super Bowl Security Tight After Paris Attacks, No Specific Threat Seen

    Federal U.S. security officials are tight-lipped as to how their plans differ for this year's National Football League (NFL) championship game from previous Super Bowls, where security is always tight.

  • Twitter Huddles With NFL to Tackle Audience Challenge

    Twitter Huddles With NFL to Tackle Audience Challenge

    A two-year content and advertising deal announced Monday expands upon similar partnerships that Twitter forged with the NFL in 2013 and 2014.

  • English Premier League to Drop Title Sponsor From 2016-17 Season

    English Premier League to Drop Title Sponsor From 2016-17 Season

    The new sponsorship strategy means to present a 'clean' brand image which learned from major American sports leagues like the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Football League (NFL). But the 'sponsor-free' model will not have an impact on the Premier League clubs' right to seek their own commercial sponsorship, reports Xinhua.

  • Brazil's Win Over Chile Generates More Twitter Traffic Than Super Bowl

    Brazil's Win Over Chile Generates More Twitter Traffic Than Super Bowl

    Traffic reached a record pace of 388,985 tweets per minute during the game, beating the 381,605 messages per minute fired during this year's National Football League final.

  • Brazil Win Generates More Twitter Traffic Than Super Bowl

    Brazil Win Generates More Twitter Traffic Than Super Bowl

    Brazil's victory over Chile in an agonising penalty shootout that sent the hosts into the World Cup quarter-finals was more frantically tweeted than the Super Bowl.

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'National Football League' - 107 News Result(s)

  • Sean Desai Becomes First NFL Coordinator Of Indian Descent

    Sean Desai Becomes First NFL Coordinator Of Indian Descent

    Sean Desai was named the new defensive coordinator for Chicago Bears, making him the first National Football League (NFL) Coordinator of South Asian and Indian descent.

  • Donald Trump Indirectly Warns Players Over Super Bowl Kneeling

    Donald Trump Indirectly Warns Players Over Super Bowl Kneeling

    US President Donald Trump indirectly warned players in Sunday's Super Bowl football championship not to kneel in protest, during a message ahead of the big game.

  • Mike Pence Leaves NFL Game After Players Kneel In Protest During National Anthem

    Mike Pence Leaves NFL Game After Players Kneel In Protest During National Anthem

    US Vice President Mike Pence walked out of a National Football League game on Sunday in his home state of Indiana after some players knelt during the national anthem, a form of demonstration that began last year as a symbolic protest about police violence against racial minorities.

  • 'Very Important' That NFL Players Stand During Anthem, Says Trump Amid Row

    'Very Important' That NFL Players Stand During Anthem, Says Trump Amid Row

    On the eve of a host of National Football League games, US President Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted that it was "very important" that players stand during the national anthem, following an ongoing controversy over athletes and others kneeling in protest.

  • Trump Urges NFL To Ban Players Kneeling During Anthem

    Trump Urges NFL To Ban Players Kneeling During Anthem

    U.S. President Donald Trump ramped up his fight with the National Football League on Tuesday, calling on the league to ban players from kneeling in protest at games while the national anthem is played.

  • US President Trump Says NFL Feud Has 'Nothing To Do With Race'

    US President Trump Says NFL Feud Has 'Nothing To Do With Race'

    President Donald Trump insisted Sunday that an intensifying feud with National Football League players who won't stand during the US national anthem to draw attention to social injustice, has "nothing to do with race."

  • OJ Simpson Granted October Release From Nevada Prison

    OJ Simpson Granted October Release From Nevada Prison

    O.J. Simpson was granted parole on Thursday and will be released from a Nevada prison in October, following an emotional hearing that centred on the botched armed robbery of his own mementos at a Las Vegas hotel that landed him behind bars for nine years.

  • NFL Ticket For Six Indians

    NFL Ticket For Six Indians

    Six Indians will take the flight to the US to take part in the National Football League (NFL) training camp and probably make a career in the league. All six were part of an event known as "Million Dollar Kick" which was the culmination of City Try Outs in Delhi, Goa, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Shillong, Dehradun, and Lucknow.

  • Twitter May Bring Live NFL Games to Apple TV: Report

    Twitter May Bring Live NFL Games to Apple TV: Report

    Earlier this year Twitter struck a deal with the National Football League to stream Thursday night American football games.

  • NFL's Twitter Account Hacked, Commissioner Is Fine - NFL

    NFL's Twitter Account Hacked, Commissioner Is Fine - NFL

    The NFL's official Twitter handle sent a tweet at 12:36 p.m. ET that read, "We regret to inform our fans that our commissioner, Roger Goodell, has passed away. He was 57. #RIP."

  • Super Bowl Security Tight After Paris Attacks, No Specific Threat Seen

    Super Bowl Security Tight After Paris Attacks, No Specific Threat Seen

    Federal U.S. security officials are tight-lipped as to how their plans differ for this year's National Football League (NFL) championship game from previous Super Bowls, where security is always tight.

  • Twitter Huddles With NFL to Tackle Audience Challenge

    Twitter Huddles With NFL to Tackle Audience Challenge

    A two-year content and advertising deal announced Monday expands upon similar partnerships that Twitter forged with the NFL in 2013 and 2014.

  • English Premier League to Drop Title Sponsor From 2016-17 Season

    English Premier League to Drop Title Sponsor From 2016-17 Season

    The new sponsorship strategy means to present a 'clean' brand image which learned from major American sports leagues like the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Football League (NFL). But the 'sponsor-free' model will not have an impact on the Premier League clubs' right to seek their own commercial sponsorship, reports Xinhua.

  • Brazil's Win Over Chile Generates More Twitter Traffic Than Super Bowl

    Brazil's Win Over Chile Generates More Twitter Traffic Than Super Bowl

    Traffic reached a record pace of 388,985 tweets per minute during the game, beating the 381,605 messages per minute fired during this year's National Football League final.

  • Brazil Win Generates More Twitter Traffic Than Super Bowl

    Brazil Win Generates More Twitter Traffic Than Super Bowl

    Brazil's victory over Chile in an agonising penalty shootout that sent the hosts into the World Cup quarter-finals was more frantically tweeted than the Super Bowl.

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