This time, the league got caught red-handed.
Woody Johnson is the former finance chairman of Jeb Bush's White House run.
The Broncos vanquished the Panthers, 24-10.
"I’m just here to play football,” the NFL quarterback said when asked about Trump.
Two Detroit Lions players say Trump is mischaracterizing Islam before the nation's voters.
Trump says the controversial team name is a source of pride for many Native Americans.
Brady Quinn of the Cleveland Browns will attend a campaign rally on Friday.
In many ways, the National Football League is like the federal government.
The league will announce the hiring of Nicole Gustafson, an aide to Majority Whip Scalise.
Like Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July, the Super Bowl is a great national secular holiday.
The president is likely to tout the success of this year's sign-ups.
President said the league was "winging it" handling domestic violence cases.
McCain asked MLB, the NBA and other sports leagues to follow the NFL's lead.
Linebacker Will Compton said he had "drank the Kool-Aid."
The senators would force leagues to meet new requirements to keep their anti-trust exemption.
“Can I just stay out of this debate?” Brady said when asked about a potential endorsement.
NFL star Tom Brady says that it is impossible defeating Donald Trump at golf.
The action will go down whether it is legal or not.
Senators are upset the DOD pays the NFL to honor veterans, but this isn't scandalous at all.
On eve of historic fight, not a word for a boxer with a history of domestic violence.
The truth is that lawmakers have been in bed with the NFL for decades.
Nothing — especially not a football game — measures up to the seriousness of Watergate.
The governor's raucous support for the Dallas Cowboys is paying political dividends.
GOP lawmakers are joining Dems who want to examine domestic violence in the league.