Gold Diggers: NFL Marketing Scheme Officially Becomes Unbearable

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NFL Goes for the Gold

The next NFL season will culminate with Super Bowl 50 (remember they’re using Arabic numerals for that one, not Roman numerals), and the league is apparently planning to mark that occasion with a season-long initiative called “On the Fifty.”

That news emerged from the NFL owners’ meetings yesterday, where NFL.com writer/podcaster Marc Sessler . . . → Read More: NFL Goes for the Gold

Right or Left? Right or Wrong?

We all know by now that if an American flag patch or decal applied to the right sleeve or the right side of an object should always have the blue field facing forward, even if it makes the flag look “backwards,” because that’s how the flag would look from that side when advancing . . . → Read More: Right or Left? Right or Wrong?

Adidas Leaves, Nike Stays Put

Big day yesterday for league specific apparel contracts in the uni-verse, beginning with the news that Adidas will not be renewing its uniform contract with the NBA when it expires following the 2016-17 season.

I’ve written an FAQ-style piece for ESPN that assesses the potential implications of this development. If you didn’t see . . . → Read More: Adidas Leaves, Nike Stays Put