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Red Flags Over The NFL

The NFL can’t win for losing:

·         Last February 4 we posted an item on this blog taking the National Football League to task for failing to communicate promptly with the media and the public when the lights went out in the New Orleans Superdome in the middle of the Superbowl. Read more

Protecting the NFL Brand

If you follow the NFL, the news of the day is the one-year suspension and fine of New Orleans Head Coach Sean Payton for his involvement in the now-famous bounty program as well as the indefinite suspension of Greg Williams, the defensive coach who concocted the scheme.  Over a three-year period, Saints players were paid extra for targeting and in some cases injuring opposing players during football games. Read more

Is The NFL Brand Bullet-Proof?

“Athletes Behaving Badly” isn’t a TV Reality Show yet, but it could be. The National Football League’s brand is like Teflon — unblemished — but could it be?

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has had a lot of practice protecting his brand from crises of late. Read more

Think Before You Tweet

The good news about social media is that it expands our information sources. The bad news is that the lack of editing and filtering can cause repercussions.

Take for example, professional athletes, who have taken up blogging and tweeting. Read more