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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Pro Bowl defensive tackle Marcell Dareus believes the Bills can become the NFL’s “best ever” defense under new coach Rex Ryan. Can Buffalo even dethrone Seattle for best of its era?
Running backs coach Gary Brown says there is no “lead dog” in the Cowboys backfield right now. Will Darren McFadden or Joseph Randle emerge as a true featured back once the season starts?
Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata heard from a lot of shocked friends and family members when the Ravens traded him. He then had to explain why he wasn’t all that surprised.
Darrelle Revis has gone back to enemy of Patriot Nation, but that reportedly won’t stop his former teammates from working out with him this summer.
Jerick McKinnon will spend the 2015 season mostly watching Adrian Peterson carry the football for the Minnesota Vikings. However, the young back is confident he will still be productive.
Marshawn Lynch admitted to thinking about retiring. Then the Seattle Seahawks gave him a bunch of money and he stopped considering walking away from the game.
When Russell Wilson was asked how much money he thought he deserved, he laughed and said: “I don’t know. How much would you pay me?” Will the QB and the Seahawks hammer out a deal before training camp begins?
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, unhappy with his current contract, said a holdout from the start of training camp is “definitely possible,” in a phone conversation Monday.
The Dolphins are paying Ryan Tannehill like a team captain and leader, and Miami should be pleased that the quarterback is acting that way.
When the Carolina Panthers added Devin Funchess in the NFL draft, it gave them a pair of mammoth wide receivers. The rookie believes he and Kelvin Benjamin will do work in 2015.