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Pricey Homes of Famous NFL Players

The Barclay’s Premier League, also known as England’s top-flight soccer league, features some of the wealthiest athletes anywhere in the world. According to the most recent annual list of Britain’s wealthiest footballers as released by goal.com, the top of the list is made up of Wayne Rooney, Michael Owen, Ryan Giggs, and Steven Gerrard. Their…

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3 Super Bowl Marketing Wins for Athletes

The first Super Bowl game ever was broadcast on public television in 1967, with the Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers going head-to-head. Back then, a thirty-second ad slot cost $37,500. This year, the same amount of time on CBS was a 5 million dollar deal. There are many components to sending the…

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Super Bowl History: Iconic NFL Championship Moments & Memories

Who amongst us doesn’t enjoy a thrilling Championship battle? Those moments in time captivate and entertain us and they can also add a few bucks to our wallets. That is never more prevalent than when the Vince Lombardi Trophy is on the line – the excitement level always ramps up exponentially on Super Bowl Sunday….

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The NFL Stats That No One Is Talking About

The 2013 NFL season is officially underway! Old and new faces have graced the field to represent all 32 teams for Week 1, and NFL fans welcome them with open arms as the start of the new season begins.  Thursday, Sunday and Monday night’s games all proved the the NFL is back with a vengeance….

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NBC Soccer Coverage Markets Premier League To Americans

It’s widely known that soccer in the United States is a tough market.  With Americans so pre-occupied with football, baseball, basketball, and even hockey, the market size  for soccer looks rather meek.  NBC soccer coverage may change the market outlook for soccer in America. NBC soccer coverage begins With NBC having spent around $250 million…

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These Guys Can Sell Anything: The Five Most Marketable NFL Players

The start of NFL preseason means we’re just weeks away from fall and official football season. Baseball might be America’s pastime, but football is our passion. We prepare for each season by blocking out our Sundays and dutifully pouring hours into our Fantasy Football rosters. And with this great passion comes a strong group of…

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Quarterback Dominoes 2013 – Part I

So what makes a great NFL quarterback? Is it arm strength or accuracy? What about the ability to read and diagnose defenses? Is it having awareness or pocket presence? Is it being multidimensional as a threat to run or pass? What about years of experience, injury history, or composure? Is the most important element the…

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The New Rookie Quarterback Prototype

Historically, teams that miss the playoffs often feature new management, first-year coaches, and rookie quarterbacks. There’s been a huge reverse in this trend recently as three out of the four notable rookie quarterbacks have lead their teams into the post-season; two of them with relative ease. Minus Ryan Tannehill, who had a noticeably lower level…

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Tim Tebow: A Sponsorship Monster

Tebow a Monster? The Tim Tebow chronicles are about to take center stage as the NFL season begins its final descent towards crowing a champion for the current season. And Tim Tebow will be anywhere but on an NFL football field when that final battle takes place. Once again, Tebow must audition for a job…

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Peyton Manning Enters Sports Business Arena, Owns 21 Papa John’s In Denver

If you’ve watched NFL Sunday at all this fall, chances are you’ve probably seen Denver Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning starring in a Papa John’s commercial with the company’s CEO, John Schnatter. But, Manning — the former Heisman frontrunner — has decided to no longer just play a role in the commercials; Manning has once again entered the…

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Sportsbiz Weekly Buzz – 11.12.6

The Sportsbiz Weekly Buzz is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Coordinator – Steve Richards Sports Business Ten Sports Money Losers in 2011 “For the business of sports, 2011 has been quite the wild ride. Lockouts dominated coverage of the NFL and NBA (the football guys ultimately settling things more easily than…

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