• The Hollywood Reporter on LinkedIn
  • Follow THR on Pinterest

NFL

Latest News

  1. PepsiCo CEO Criticizes NFL for "Mishandling" Scandals, Questions League's Integrity

    8:53 pm 9/17/2014

    Pepsi replaced Coca-Cola as the official soft drink of the NFL in 2012Read more

    • 0
  2. Arizona Cardinals' Jonathan Dwyer Arrested for Domestic Violence

    5:42 pm 9/17/2014

    He is the latest NFL player in legal troubleRead more

    • 0
  3. NFL Star Adrian Peterson Barred From Team Activities Following Child Abuse Charges

    12:49 am 9/17/2014

    The Vikings' owners reversed course after the team began losing corporate sponsorsRead more

    • 0
  4. Elisabeth Hasselbeck Links Ray Rice Scandal to Benghazi

    1:37 pm 9/16/2014

    It's all about "transparency"Read more

    • 4
  5. Adrian Peterson Should Be Suspended, Says Minnesota Governor

    12:02 pm 9/16/2014

    Mark Dayton calls star running back's arrest on child abuse charges "a public embarrassment to the Vikings organization and the state of Minnesota"Read more

    • 0
  6. Rihanna Slams CBS for Pulling "Run This Town" From 'Thursday Night Football'

    7:06 am 9/16/2014

    "Y'all are sad for penalizing me for this"Read more

    • 9
  7. NFL Star Adrian Peterson Cleared to Play by Vikings, Speaks Publicly on Child Abuse Charge

    12:54 pm 9/15/2014

    "My goal is always to teach my son right from wrong and that's what I tried to do that day"Read more

    • 0
  8. Chris Brown Wades Into Ray Rice Scandal: "I've Been Down That Road"

    10:23 am 9/12/2014

    "For anybody who's going through that situation or anybody who's dealing with it — it's all about the choices"Read more

    • 0
  9. DirecTV to Launch Web-Based Video Service for Hispanics This Year

    6:16 am 9/12/2014

    CEO Mike White also discusses the planned NFL Sunday Ticket, AT&T deals and how to serve cord-cuttersRead more

    • 1
  10. Ray Rice Scandal: Jon Stewart Tells NFL "You Done F—ed Up"

    7:21 am 9/11/2014

    "I think we're all pretty aware of the NFL's obsessive-compulsive tape-watching addictions"Read more

    • 0
Syndicate content