The Super Bowl is the most anticipated and covered sport and media event in the world. While some games live up to the hype, many don't. Through the mediocrity and glory alike, though, high-ticket prices have been a constant.
In all likelihood Chris Culliver has already played alongside a homosexual teammate. He might even be suiting up with one this Sunday, when his 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in The Super Bowl.
A Harris poll shows that the NFL popularity is at an all time high. 59 percent of the population says they follow pro football. The other 41 percent follow the Browns.
We put a selection of the biggest Super Bowl ads from the game's broadcast history on our Facebook page and asked YOU to vote on your favorites. And now we have them -- the All Time Top 3 Super Bowl Ads.
In true Guinness World Records fashion however it would be wildly remiss of me not to include a few perhaps less well-known football-related factoids which we believe are just as noteworthy in honor of the special occasion.
The Super Bowl is only a little more than three days away, but the for the NFL it can't happen soon enough.
Dangerous or not we need to allow them to pursue their own dreams. Most football players play because they want to. Most soldiers fight because they have to. I wonder, Mr. President, which would you prefer your child to participate in?
Back in September, while most of the football-watching world was worrying about replacement refs, I felt the league's decision to review all turnovers automatically had slipped undeservingly under the radar. So what happened in 2012?
Thanks to players like Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendan Ayanbadejo and their pro-gay advocacy, we're seeing a shift among NFL players, but the leadership needs to take strong stand against Culliver's kind of bigotry if that shift is to continue.
The NFL has a huge and growing ecological footprint in an age when the planet and the grandkids can't afford it.
Super Bowl XLVII certainly has its share of hype and intrigue. However, ticket prices on the secondary market aren't reflecting the same magnitude.
With this year's Super Bowl featuring two teams with vocal allies for the LGBT community in the Ravens' linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo and the 49ers' head coach Jim Harbaugh, I'm hopeful that their fans may one day be as passionate about LGBT inclusion as they are about the game.
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Trying to understand what drives some people to make astoundingly callous decisions continues to perplex and dishearten me, as an American citizen and as NFLPA President.
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