Forever high on hubris, the sport is pondering extra games, playoff teams, and new franchises, perhaps in London or Los Angeles. And it feels like all are in the name of profit, not principle.
The NFL has announced the dates of its three regular-season games in London next year, which kicks off on Sept. 28th, 2014 when the Miami Dolphins play the Oakland Raiders.
London’s Leicester Square’s gardens were given a makeover with flaming torches and a circular red carpet for the world premiere of the second in “The Hunger Games” franchise, “Catching Fire.”
The Miami Dolphins will have one long flight for a road game next season when they travel to Wembley Stadium in London to play the Oakland Raiders.
The thirst for additional wealth among the NFL owners simply cannot be slaked, and therefore those in charge of such decisions will likely push hard to move a team there if it results in even $1 more net per year. The question is, should an NFL team move to London?
As the pints were poured and the fish and chips were eaten at the Kingshead Pub in Sunrise, the talk was about Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge’s, new baby boy — with typical British understatement.
Universal Orlando Resort confirmed Wednesday the worst kept secret in Orlando. The expansion being built on what used to be their Jaws attractions is the The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley.
Justin Bieber says he is “getting better,” after fainting backstage at a concert in London, and the venue says Friday’s show is scheduled to go ahead as planned.
A pair of possibly stolen Banksy murals didn’t let a South Florida auction house cash in as both were pulled from an auction at the last minute on Saturday.
A second investigation into singer Amy Winehouse’s death confirms she died of accidental alcohol poisoning.