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.

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Jadeveon Clowney ‘very encouraged’ by rehab process

Houston Texans pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney spoke publicly for the first time since his December knee surgery. The 2014 No. 1 overall NFL Draft pick hopes to be back during training camp.

Lance Briggs to visit LB-needy San Francisco 49ers

Lance Briggs will visit with the San Francisco 49ers on Monday. The Niners are in desperate need of linebacker help after the retirements of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland.

NFL to begin research on adding cameras to stadiums

The NFL will begin research and development into adding new cameras to the goal line and other areas in all 31 stadiums beginning Monday, NFL Media’s Albert Breer reports.

C.J. Anderson to enter OTAs as Broncos’ starting RB

C.J. Anderson, Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman will battle for supremacy in the Denver Broncos’ backfield. Coach Gary Kubiak said Anderson will enter OTAs with pole position on the starting gig.

Kaepernick improving with Warner’s help, flag football

Colin Kaepernick has been working with Kurt Warner this offseason to improve his throwing touch. One testing ground for that progress: a corporate flag football event.

Pagano plans to coach Colts ‘for many years to come’

Chuck Pagano is entering the final season of his contract without an extension on the table. However, the coach isn’t fretting about his future and plans to lead the Colts “for many years to come.”

Bruce Arians: I wasn’t going to let Logan Thomas fail

Coach Bruce Arians explained this week that he started Ryan Lindley at quarterback late in the season because he wasn’t going to let Logan Thomas fail. What is the plan for Thomas going forward?

Pete Carroll: Eagles’ Chip Kelly knows what he’s doing

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said this week that Chip Kelly has proven he “knows what he’s doing” with the Eagles. Will Philadelphia’s polarizing coach follow Carroll’s path to NFL success?

Jonathan Martin claimed by Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers announced that they have claimed Jonathan Martin off waivers on Friday. Will Martin start on the Panthers’ offensive line?

Texans’ Bob McNair hints Andre Johnson lost a step

Owner Bob McNair intimated this week that the Texans released Andre Johnson because the receiver has lost a step. Will the franchise icon make McNair regret those remarks with the Colts in 2015?