The job of an NFL quarterback comes with heaps of high-stakes pressure and even bigger heaps of money.
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Want to be the smartest person in the room while watching this year's Super Bowl? Bust out a few of these fun facts about Big Games past.
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On January 15, 1967, when the first AFL-NFL World Championship Game took place, it was something bordering on a disaster, with television mishaps, a dispute over the name, and thousands of empty seats.
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Twenty-five years ago, the team behind 'Hoosiers' collaborated once again to prove that Indiana college sports are the perfect fodder for feel-good movies.
College football is usually a young man’s game, but occasionally an old timer finds his way onto the field.
Coach John Heisman was bent on revenge.
It may rankle purists, but American English isn’t the culprit.
With a 3D 'Moonlighting' episode canned, Coca-Cola was sitting on 26 million pairs of glasses. Enter the 1989 Super Bowl—and Elvis Presto.
If you attend a Super Bowl party on Sunday, you’ll probably hear at least one casual football viewer ask, “How do they get that yellow first-down line on the field?”
'The Super Bowl Shuffle' was billed as a song to "feed the needy." The Chicago Bears nearly fumbled it.
The Birds have one of the NFL's most interesting histories, not to mention a connection to the 'Star Wars' universe.
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Love ‘em or hate ‘em, there’s no denying that the New England Patriots have established a dynasty of truly historic proportions.
Here are the stories behind the nicknames of the NFL’s 32 teams—and what they were almost called. All photos via Getty Images.
The 1980s NFL alternative became so cash-strapped that athletes had to ride school buses to practice.
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