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!

Pierre Thomas, Khiry Robinson both out for Saints

The New Orleans Saints’ rushing attack will be depleted Sunday as both Pierre Thomas (rib/shoulder) and Khiry Robinson (forearm) will miss Sunday’s battle with the Green Bay Packers.

O’Brien: Jadeveon Clowney has ‘good shot to play’

Jadeveon Clowney may be hobbled by a knee injury, but Houston Texans coach Bill O’Brien was optimistic when asked if his rookie pass rusher would play this week against the Tennessee Titans.

Some Seahawks called for return to run-heavy offense

In his latest NFL Notebook, Albert Breer writes that play-caller Darrell Bevell’s need to placate Percy Harvin “led to many” inside the Seahawks organization “thinking that the offense was losing its way.”

Kendall Wright: Mettenberger has ‘really strong arm’

Kendall Wright will be catching passes from his third quarterback this season, but the Tennessee Titans wide receiver is optimistic about rookie Zach Mettenberger for one distinctive reason.

Fitzgerald: Fewer targets are ‘champagne problems’

Larry Fitzgerald isn’t complaining about his lower-than-usual numbers this season. “Not getting enough targets? Where I grew up, we called those ‘champagne problems,'” the Cardinals wide receiver said.

Tre Mason, Bryce Brown to see uptick in playing time?

Opportunity is knocking for running backs Tre Mason and Bryce Brown, Chris Wesseling writes. Find out who else is due for an uptick in playing time in the Week 8 Snap Report.

Peyton Manning not happy with scoreboard operator

Peyton Manning was up 14 points on his division rivals late in the fourth quarter during Thursday night’s win, but he wasn’t happy. At least not with the scoreboard operator.

Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos knock off Chargers on TNF

The Broncos rode the best performance of Emmanuel Sanders’ career to victory over the Chargers in a key AFC West clash. Find out what else we learned in Thursday’s game.

Brian Urlacher: Jay Cutler not living up to big contract

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is coming under fire again, this time with former teammate Brian Urlacher suggesting the quarterback hasn’t lived up to his big contract. Is Urlacher right?

Jake Locker no longer in Tennessee Titans’ plans

Now that rookie Zach Mettenberger is taking over as the Titans’ quarterback, Jake Locker is likely done in Tennessee. Where does Locker’s career go in 2015?