NFL


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NFL

abbr.
National Football League

NFL

(in the US) abbreviation for
(American Football) National Football League

NFL

National Football League.
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I don't think we should slow down while we're waiting for the NFL to bestow some honor upon us,'' said Commission member Bill Chadwick.
Many of us in the NFL search for ways to allow the popularity of our sport to have a wider and even more significant impact on our world, and 'GIs of the Gridiron' hit home.
There's a financial incentive For both colleges and the NFL to require talented players to play on college teams before they turn pro.
Super Bowl XLI marks the completion of the ninth season that Campbell and the NFL have partnered together to raise awareness about the ongoing issue of hunger in America and make direct donations to food banks across the country.
One of those options is pursuing a public-private partnership with USC, much like the one the Coliseum Commission has been negotiating with the NFL, in which the school would cover much of the costs of a renovation in exchange for having control of the facility's operation.
The deal not only includes the network's regular season live game coverage, but also entire NFL Network programming leading up to Super Bowl XLI, including more than 60 hours of HD programming.
It might be those who aren't thrilled about the NFL becoming a neighbor: the Exposition Park museums or USC.
Since its launch in August, Madden NFL 07 has had a record-breaking season, with first week retail sales of more than two million copies.
We're working with public officials and preservationists to balance the need for a state-of-the-art NFL stadium that will allow a team to be economically competitive, while being sensitive to the public interest and historical concerns,'' said Neil Glat, who has directed the NFL's study of L.
org, provides a direct link for consumers to tell Congress how the NFL Network has denied them any choice in receiving NFL Network programming.
NFL owners will meet in Denver on May 22-23, when they could decide to grant Los Angeles an existing or expansion team.