Tag Archives: National Football League

06Feb/17

Fans ready for Super Bowl kickoff

Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots fans pour into Houston’s NRG Stadium for Super Bowl LI. Continue reading

05Feb/17

Fans make predictions on the big game

Atlanta Falcon and New England Patriots fans make predictions as the city of Houston ramps up for Super Bowl LI.

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31Jan/17

Brady, Ryan talk to media at Super Bowl opening night

Members of the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons, who will clash on Sunday to decide the National Football League championship, kick off Super Bowl week

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23Jan/17

Patriots, Falcons to meet in Super Bowl LI

The Atlanta Falcons crush the Green Bay Packers 44-21 in the NFC Championship and the New England Patriots cruise to 36-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship to setup Super Bowl LI meeting.

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15Jan/17

‘Hidden Figures’ and ‘Patriots Day’ fight for box office top spot

‘Hidden Figures’ and ‘Patriots Day’ fight for box office top spot

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08Feb/16

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly uploads images of the superbowl from space

NASA astronaut shows the world the bright lights of the U.S. 2016 superbowl from space
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07Feb/16
superbowl sunday

Super Bowl brings the party to San Francisco

Thousands of football fans descend on San Francisco bringing a party atmosphere to the Golden Gate City.

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07Feb/16
Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos helmets with NFL Wilson Duke football

Broncos and Panthers take field for photos ahead of Super Bowl 50

The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers take field at Levi’s Stadium for photos ahead of Super Bowl 50.
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05Feb/16

At $4.8 million per 30 seconds, advertisers go all in for the Super Bowl

Celebrity, comedy, cars and cute animals continue to dominate Super Bowl advertising.

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19Sep/15

Study finds 96 percent of former NFL players had brain disease

USA (Next Media) – A study by the Department of Veterans Affairs and Boston University found that 87 out of 91 former NFL players tested suffered from a brain disease called chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
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