NFL announces 5 teams to play home games abroad in 2023
The five international games in 2022 set record-breaking attendance and viewership, with ticket demand and number of fans increasing for the league across the world. Each game was sold out, with a total of 356,116 in attendance.
Buffalo, Tennessee, Jacksonville, Kansas City and New England will each host international games during the NFL's 2023 regular season.
Brady ends his career as the NFL's leader in career passing yards (89,214) and touchdown passes (649). The three-time league MVP passed for 4,694 yards -- third most in the NFL and 25 touchdowns this past season, his third with Tampa Bay.
Doug Williams led Washington to a 42-10 win over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXII following the 1987 season. Since then, six Black quarterbacks have started in the Super Bowl, including Mahomes twice, but never two in the same game.
Packers Aaron Rodgers wins Pro Am at Pebble Beach
Rodgers and Ben Silverman of Canada held on for a 1-shot victory Sunday in the pro-am portion of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The prize is their name listed on the wall, which features pro-am winners, tournament winners, USGA champions at Pebble and more.
Tom Brady says he'll start with Fox Sports in 2024
When Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch announced the news last year, he said Brady will call games alongside lead play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhardt and also work as an "ambassador" for the network with a focus on "client and promotional initiatives."
Ten retired NFL players sue league's benefits plan
A successful claim can lead to payments between $65,000 to $265,000, but only 30 of the thousands filed to date have led to top awards, according to Samuel L. Katz, one of several lawyers working with Seeger on the case.
NFLPA's DeMaurice Smith calls for end of NFL scouting combine
NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith wants to get rid of the NFL scouting combine, he said Wednesday during the players association's annual Super Bowl news conference. Smith shared his desire to abolish the combine and instead establish regional pro days, potentially put on by the NFLPA. The response came after he was asked about NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent comparing the combine to a "slave auction" during league meetings in December.