Found August 27, 2013 on
Kissing Suzy Kolber:
There’s been a lot of reaction in the past week since it came out that the NFL persuaded ESPN to back out of the Frontline documentary on concussions in football that is airing in October. There was outrage. There was concern. There was disbelief. But nowhere in the reaction was there an image of Roger Goodell and Mickey Mouse diving into a pile of money, which is why the animators at NMA Media continue to be a vital part of the media landscape.
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According to the Farmer's Almanac, Super Bowl XLVIII in East Rutherford, NJ could happen on a snow-covered field.
The NFL and Roger Goodell just received some good news on this Thursday afternoon.
Peter King is reporting that the NFL and it’s 4,500 litigants in its concussion lawsuit have reached a settlement.
BREAKING: The NFL's nightmare scenario is over. Judge announced settlement between the league and the 4,500 players suing over head trauma.
— Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) August...
What's the surest sign a story has "made it" into the collective consciousness of the masses? A Taiwanese animation video from the folks at Next Media Animation, of course! This time, the NMA folks turn their attention to ESPN caving into the NFL and backing out of their partnership with PBS.
It's satirical yes, (although I can picture Roger Goodell swimming...
The NFL has spent the past several years trying to adjust the rules of the game in a manner that will protect players from head trauma. Concussions have become a major in the sport, and lawsuits from former players continue to pile up against the league. One report even claimed NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is […]