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!

Jim Kelly returns to Buffalo for cancer treatment

Jim Kelly returned to Buffalo on Saturday to continue his cancer treatment. Scores of Bills fans flocked to the local airport to show their support for the Hall of Fame quarterback.

Nick Saban: Peyton Manning, Adam Gase followed rules

Peyton Manning’s recent visit with Nick Saban is under scrutiny by the NFL because of the presence of Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase. The Alabama coach maintains they complied with the rules.

Reggie Wayne to naysayers: ‘You guys motivate me’

On the way back from major knee surgery, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne addressed his doubters on Friday, telling reporters: “You guys motivate me.”

Report: 49ers, Ravens to scrimmage prior to preseason

Jim Harbaugh’s San Francisco 49ers and John Harbaugh’s Baltimore Ravens reportedly are planning to practice and scrimmage together prior to their preseason matchup.

Robert Meachem re-signs with New Orleans Saints

Robert Meachem still has a home in The Big Easy. The New Orleans Saints on Friday announced that they re-signed the seventh-year receiver to a one-year deal.

Jets’ Eric Decker: Excited for ‘hungry’ Chris Johnson

New York Jets receiver Eric Decker is “excited” the team added running back Chris Johnson this week. The wideout believes CJ2K’s speed will bring an added element to the backfield.

Peyton Manning, Nick Saban swap knowledge

Peyton Manning and Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase visited Alabama coach Nick Saban to talk football. Find out why the quarterback wanted to meet with one of the best coaches in college football.

Houston Texans pick up J.J. Watt’s fifth-year option

The Texans keep their star pass rusher in house through 2015. The Jets’ Muhammad Wilkerson, Ravens’ Jimmy Smith and Chargers’ Corey Liuget also had their fifth-year options picked up.

Suspension likely for San Francisco 49ers’ Aldon Smith

Ian Rapoport reported on Thursday’s “NFL Total Access” that the San Francsco 49ers do not plan to cut Aldon Smith, who has $3 million in guaranteed salary next season.

Niners table contract talks with Colin Kaepernick

Ian Rapoport reports the San Francisco 49ers have put negotiations with quarterback Colin Kaepernick on hold while police investigate an incident earlier this month at a Miami hotel.