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  • The National Football League

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    The National Football League (NFL) has come under fire for the long-lasting medical consequences of players’ game-related head injuries. The question that arises is; is the NFL to blame for the deaths of former players such as Junior Seau, Jovan Belcher, Ray Easterling, and/or O.J. Murdock? The medical and scientific factors in addition to legal liabilities in regards to brain injuries will be outlined in this paper. Brain injuries can play a major role in football. Reoccurring concussions also occur

  • The National Football League ( Nfl )

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    The National Football League (NFL) has been a staple on Sunday’s in America homes for quiet sometime. It provides excitement and generates billion’s of dollars, but what I told you that this league may lose viewers or even not exist in a few years. The NFL is a great brand, but what is potentially going up against may have you scratching your head as a parent to let your child even take a snap early in his football career if not taken care of. Sport Entity Brand/Reputation: The National Football

  • National Football League Pros And Cons

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    Ralph Hay (“NFL Founded” 1). At the end of this meeting between these men the American Professional Football Association was formed but later will become the National Football League. This is a story of how the National Football League has transformed into the league it is today (1). First known as the American Professional Football Association or APFA and later named the National Football League in 1922, the league's first president official was Jim Thorpe (“NFL Founded” 1). Without a debate the

  • Controversy Within The National Football League

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    There is a considerable amount of controversy within the National Football League (NFL) whether or not the NFL Combine is necessary for future athletes coming out of college to perform in the combine or not. This competition among athletes does not predict their professional future on a large scale. It only gives NFL team scouts an inside look on specific athletes that may enhance their team’s performance. After the combine is finished, it is never looked at again by the player’s team scouts. The

  • Head injuries in the National Football League

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    Head injuries in the National Football League In recent stories local retired NFL player Junior Seau suffered many head injuries while playing in the NFL. Well known and loved in all surrounding San Diego communities had committed suicide in 2012. Coming upon the 2 year anniversary of his passing people still wonder what exactly did it to him. The problems of head injuries in the NFL is they are always occurring. In 2010 over 154 head injuries happened in practices and or games, but in 2007 the

  • Concussions and Head Injuries in the National Football League

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    in a coliseum we have football. Football player’s tackle, hit and try to score touchdowns in front of thousands of fans in stadiums shaped liked coliseums. The highest level of football, the National Football League, averages over 19 million viewers a week, and is always the most watched show of the week. The biggest football game of the year, known as the super bowl, was watched by 108 million people this past year (NFL 2012 TV Recap). Still there is a dark side to football that has started to pick

  • The Importance Of The Targeting Rule In The National Football League: A Note

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    The National Football League was formed on August 20, 1920. Players wore pads, not quite as protective as the ones today, helmets and legs pads. Even though their protective gear was not as advanced as the gear today they still made contact with the players of the opposing teams. As the years progressed the league made several changes to the rules due to player safety. They invented better protective gear for the players and they also made stricter rules regarding playing guidelines. The main goal

  • SWOT Analysis On The National Football League (NFL)

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    develop and detail a SWOT analysis on the National Football League (NFL). Specifically, I will illustrate each component of the SWOT analysis as it applies to the NFL as well as providing ways of improving viewership. While the NFL has a unique product, the true value is derived through advertisers capturing the attention of viewers watching televised and live games. In other words, while the NFL has no direct competition in terms of another football league, any product that detracts from viewership

  • Gambling in the National Football League

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    Throughout the many years of the National Football League there have been many instances of gambling. Many people have succeeded in their habits and won big money in the long run. Some, on the other hand, have not won money, and they have lost a significant amount of cash. But, in the National Football League no one ever knows what might happen in the end of the game. It is based on the luck of the team in the end. Gambling is not only one of the few ways to be able to gain money, but one can also

  • lol

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    “What a play, a 90 yard bomb to the speedy wide receiver.” Football brings excitement with blood curling remarkable plays that seem impossible to accomplish. The National Football League stands for a model of entertainment: amusing fans since the beginning of August 20, 1920. The NFL reputation represents a perfect combination of viciousness, tactic and spectacle that can bring a family together any given Thursday, Sunday or Monday. According to Nielsen Company (2013), over a 100 million people watched