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(The New York Times)   Earlier NFL contracts didn't include boilerplate about using image/footage for NFL Productions "promotional" purposes. Whoops--that's a lawsuitin'   ( nytimes.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, NFL, NFL Films, John Riggins, case citation, Joe Kapp, NFL Network  
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2013-08-21 10:37:21 AM  
1 vote:
Football = money.

EVERYTHING on television = money.

Why are people so shocked that the bottom line IS the bottom line?
2013-08-21 09:19:51 AM  
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tennesseemike: another step toward to death of football

Football is barely watchable.  They run a play for 5 seconds then after the play they dance around like morons for 10 seconds then replay the play 3 times for another 20 seconds then for 15 seconds we watch the team break huddle and we wait for the next play.  Most of a football game is spent watching a bunch of millionaires awaiting court dates for felony charges mill about.  Soccer has more real action.The NFL should set to play clock to 25 seconds to keep the game moving.

The touch down à commercial à extra point kickà commercial à kick off and run backà commercial à next series of downs sequence is unwatchable too.
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