Satellite dishes are up and ready to broadcast before and after the Super Bowl.
The 2015 NFL Hall of Fame Class was announced, and former Kansas City Chiefs guard, Will Shields, is a member of this year’s class.
It’s been a tough year for the NFL, but the show must go on.
The big game is not just for the fans of the two teams playing.
The most popular phrase heard in downtown Phoenix late in the week was, “Anybody got extra tickets?”
The process involves 14 inch panels filled with LED lights, which when multiplied, can quickly become mega-screens.
Many people can’t identify what those letters stand for.
A bill to allow Washington state residents to legally play fantasy football.
It’s almost show time.
Local, state and federal authorities are working together to keep Super Bowl celebrations safe.
Only watching the Super Bowl for the ads?
Welcome to Radio Row at Super Bowl XLIX.
The big game is not the only attraction in Arizona this week.
Seattle marijuana producer Solstice rolls 12,000 joints for commemorative “12th Pack” promotion ahead of the Super Bowl.
Prosecutors showed the jury security-camera footage from his own home to tie him to the crime.
The picture’s caption says, “Net weight 13 lbs … Oops! We meant 11.2 lbs.”
Silliness rules at Super Bowl Media Day, but questions about deflated balls linger.
Media day for Super Bowl XLIX
Critics took to Facebook and Twitter to demand the company pull the ad.
A jury has been seated for the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
The 2015 NFL Pro Bowl went down to the wire on Sunday, but Team Irvin came away with the four-point win in Arizona.
The league also said when it is able to come to conclusions, they will be shared publicly.
Brady says he doesn’t know the protocol for handling game balls after he chooses them a few hours before game time.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is expected to address reporters later Thursday.
The stars of “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Captain America” made the bet on Twitter.