NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday that it’s possible the NFL playoffs could expand next season, adding two extra teams.
More than a dozen playing rules proposals and seven bylaws will be considered this week NFL owners at their spring meetings in Orlando.
As South Florida continues to ponder what will happen with both the Miami Dolphins and possible future Super Bowls in the area, other cities are seeing blood in the water and may jump at the chance to push Miami out of the Super Bowl rotation.
Members of the South Florida Super Bowl Committee met with NFL executives Tuesday in New York where they discussed the area’s bid for Super Bowl 50 before the formal presentation and vote in Boston on May 21.
Members of the South Florida Super Bowl Committee will meet in New York Monday night to go over their game plan for Tuesday meetings with NFL Executives.
Time is growing perilously short for the Miami Dolphins and the South Florida Super Bowl Committee to put together a public referendum vote on whether or not to contribute public money to the renovation of Sun Life Stadium.
A pair of controversial rule changes in the National Football League have been adopted by the owners. The rules deal with using the crown of the helmet and the so-called “tuck rule.”
Republican candidates typically do well when it comes to donations from billionaires. And in the exclusive club of mostly billionaire owners in the NFL, many are throwing their support behind Mitt Romney.
We’ve got replacement referee fail; Miami Marlins’ annual fail; Dolphins fail; no NHL; but at least the Heat are starting training camp on Saturday. Plus, I answer a question posited by Jorge Sedano on what has Roger Goodell ever accomplished?
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and general manager Jeff Ireland met a skeptical press corps at the annual NFL Owners meetings in Palm Beach.