NFL fans received some good news from YouTube, which will allow unlimited simultaneous streams of Sunday Ticket this fall at a user’s home.
YouTube TV only allows three simultaneous streams per account so there had been concerns among hardcore football fans that they would not be able to keep up with the NFL’s action-packed Sunday afternoon slates that often include eight or more games in the 1 p.m. ET window.
A lawyer representing Bank of America raised the possibility that the documents at the center of Brian Davis’ lawsuit against the bank are “fictitious” at a hearing on Friday.
Davis’s Urban Echo Energy sued Bank of America last Friday and has since sought an injunction for the return of the $5.1 billion funds allegedly sent to the bank as part of the former Duke men’s basketball player’s quixotic attempt to purchase the Washington Commanders.
The NFL season is still three months away, but certain matchups are already hot commodities.
Even in retirement, Tom Brady has a strong pull on demand for NFL games: The most expensive game on the secondary market is the New England Patriots’ home opener against the Philadelphia Eagles, where Brady is expected to be honored. Fans are paying $1,054.22 on average for seats, according to Logitix.
Brady’s influence is visible in another way: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have seen a 41% drop in demand for their games with the legend no longer playing quarterback for their team.
The University of South Florida is on track to build a brand new stadium.
The finance committee of the school’s board of trustees unanimously approved the financial plan for the $340 million, 35,000-seat venue set to open in July 2026, with construction beginning in October.
Roger Goodell’s next contract extension could take him past three-quarters of a billion dollars in career earnings as NFL commissioner.
The league is working to keep Goodell — whose deal expires in 2024 — in place through 2027, when he’ll turn 67, in a deal that many believe will be his last.
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