Aaron Rodgers agrees with the idea that NFL players should speak out on social issues more often. But the Green Bay Packers quarterback believes the NFL's culture discourages its players from being more vocal.
In anticipation of the first NFL season in Los Angeles in more than two decades, the Rams are debuting their first branding campaign in market, an out-of-home series called "We're Home," beginning August 24th.
Local TV market Olympic programming posted sharp gains -- with hometown Olympic athletes grabbing even better results for their respective TV stations.
For the entire Olympics, overall prime-time household viewing grew 356% over regular-season July prime-time programming for those stations with home market Olympics athletes. Non-home athlete Olympic stations rose 315%, looking at all metered markets.
There's a game within the game that requires a different set of skills," actor Edward Norton says in the voice-over as quick-cut video images show young men and women bathing a dog, jogging on the street, sweating in a sauna -- all while staring, hyperfocused, into their smartphones.
U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte will be summoned to appear at a hearing in front of Brazil's Justice Department in Rio de Janeiro concerning the incident at the Olympics, the detective leading the investigation said on Thursday. Detective Clemente Braune, who was responsible for the investigation, said Lochte will not be permitted to give his testimony in the United States.