American Football in the United Kingdom

The United States most popular sport is continuing to make strides in the United Kingdom. American Football is looking to expand it’s market in the near future.

The United Kingdom is an ideal landscape because unlike many other countries, People in the UK have an interest in a broader range of sports. The NFL is looking to be an additive sport for the UK. They are setting games to be played in the United Kingdom because of the growing fan support of American football there. NFL Football games are the most watched and wealthiest sport in the United States.

This site is a resource for all of the latest news from various rss feeds. Basically one location to find all of the latest NFL news. Click on an interesting topic and it will bring you to the original article. For those interested, visit TicketMaster to get tickets to see American Football games Live in the United Kingdom!

Watkins sees differences between Orton and Manuel

Two prominent Buffalo Bills wide receivers wasted no time explaining the things that Kyle Orton does better than EJ Manuel. Orton didn’t take the bait when asked to compare himself to his predecessor.

Raiders’ Derek Carr expects to play vs. Chargers

The bye week can be friendly for some players and teams. Derek Carr is hoping a week off allows him time to heal, and told reporters he expects to play against the San Diego Chargers in Week 6.

NFL, DIRECTV extend NFL Sunday Ticket in multi-year deal

Panthers’ Frank Alexander suspended 10 games

The NFL announced that Carolina Panthers defensive end Frank Alexander has been suspended 10 games for violating the league’s policy on substances of abuse. Alexander was also suspended for the first four games.

Austin Davis announced as St. Louis Rams’ starting QB

The St. Louis Rams’ season was thought to be over after quarterbacks Sam Bradford and Shaun Hill were injured. But Austin Davis has been a much-needed boost and will start at QB until further notice.

Steve Smith tells Panthers to mow his lawn in Carolina

Cameras caught Ravens star Steve Smith telling former Panthers teammates to “mow his lawn” when they returned to Carolina after their Week 4 loss. Find out what else Smith had to say.

Injury roundup: DeAngelo Williams in a cast

With running back DeAngelo Williams wearing a cast over his sprained ankle, Panthers coach Ron Rivera is hopeful Jonathan Stewart will be available for Sunday. That leads off Wednesday’s injury roundup.

Bishop Sankey’s role to increase in Titans’ offense

Coach Ken Whisenhunt revealed Tuesday that Bishop Sankey’s role will increase against the Browns this week. Will the Titans’ rookie running back give the offense a much-needed spark?

TMF 93 – IS Review w Lamar Miller, Cortland Finnegan & Derek Carr

We look back on another cracking weekend of NFL in our nations capital as, despite the blowout, we all had a bloody good English time! Well, except those in Silver & Black….

Our man Olly Hunter headed to the locker room after the game so we’ll hear from Dolphins 2 Touchdown RB Lamar Miller, Fumble returning Corner Cortland Finnegan & Losing QB Derek Carr.

Plus the guys review the rest of the week 4 action, look forward to Thursday Night Football and discuss a Tom Brady related Hysteria Lane

Thanks as always for downloading, Enjoy!

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Reggie McKenzie: I will hire Raiders’ next coach

On the heels of firing Dennis Allen, Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie told reporters on Tuesday that he will be in charge of hiring the team’s next coach. Is McKenzie’s job safe in the meantime?