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Twitter Wins Bidding War To Stream NFL's Thursday Night Football Games!

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This is going to be so cool — and it's going to make Twitter go wild!

The NFL has decided to partner with Twitter to live stream their Thursday Night Football games for the coming fall — ten contests in total that are going to be available to watch, totally free, on the social network!

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That means roughly 800 million (!) registered and non-registered users of the short-form message service will be able to see ten different Thursday night games throughout the fall — no catch, no cost, no subscription, just totally FREE!

This isn't the first time that the NFL has done this — last year, they took to Yahoo! to set up a free livestream for a game in London between the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars — but it is the first time they are going to do so many games and give fans so much access with no broadcast rights up for grabs!

Football's commissioner, Roger Goodell, said of the decision to go to Twitter for Thursday night games:

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The Denver Broncos Are The Super Bowl 50 Champions!

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Denver Broncos fans must be THRILLED right now!

On Sunday, the Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 at the Super Bowl 50. The winning team took the lead for most of the game.

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The Broncos celebrated their THIRD Super Bowl win with this gushing Instagram post (below)!

Give us three!!!!!!!A photo posted by Denver Broncos (@broncos) on Feb 7, 2016 at 7:25pm PST

Yep! It looks like Peyton Manning and the rest of his team are over the moon right about now!

Congrats again, Broncos!

[Image via AP Images.]

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Ouch! Watch This NFL Player Get A VERY Unwelcome Surprise After Slamming His Helmet Down In Frustration!

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Ah, the last Sunday of the NFL regular season.

Some teams are moving on to the playoffs, and other teams are moving all their gear out of the locker rooms, because their season is over.

For Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter, the only thing moving might be the bone structure in his face after a little on-field mishap!

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Carpenter was kicking for the Bills in their game against the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon when he missed an extra point after his team scored a touchdown.

Extra points are usually a sure thing, so the fact that Carpenter missed it was no bueno — and the kicker didn't hide how he felt about it after the play!

Ch-ch-check out this little surprise that pops up right in the football player's face after he angrily reacts to his error on the sidelines (below):

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NFL Hires First Full-Time Woman Official… Sarah Thomas!

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Amazing news!

The NFL has announced that they've hired their first full time woman official to work some of next year's regular season's games!

Unsurprisingly the person they picked was a no-brainer as they chose Sarah Thomas, who has been working for a long time in the college football ranks and who also was the first woman to officiate a NCAA game back in 2007!

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She's also spent a lot of time in the NFL's developmental program for officials so you know she's going to be ready once the opening kickoff game happens!

And it isn't just us that's excited!

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PerezTV Recap: Best Super Bowl Halftime Show Moments From 2010-2014!

We're expecting one hell of a show this Sunday for the Super Bowl with Katy Perry.

But Katy would have to go ALL OUT if she wanted to top some of the past performances from the big show!

Musical artists such as Madonna, Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Fergie and Will.I.Am, Bruno Mars, Red Hot Chili Peppers, M.I.A., and The Who have all performed at the show between 2010-2014.

And while some were better than others — they were all pretty frickin' good!

And with Super Bowl Sunday already almost upon us for the year 2015 we decided to put together a highlight reel of the best halftime show moments from 2010 all the way to 2014!

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It's a great reminder of what to expect on one of the best nights of the year!

So come on and check out the best Super Bowl halftime show moments of the past few years up (above) !

Don't be shy! This won't bite! It'll just make you groove to the music!

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Speaks Out About Ray Rice And Adrian Peterson Scandals For The First Time: 'I Got It Wrong On A Number Of Levels'

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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell publicly addressed the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson scandals for the first time.

It's been a rough couple of weeks for the NFL as star running backs Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson were wrapped up in domestic violence and child abuse scandals respectively.

But despite all of the turmoil, one man we have yet to hear from is the league's commissioner, Roger Goodell, himself. Until today.

The NFL commish finally spoke today to address the league's poor handling of each scandal, saying:

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NFL Implements Harsher Penalties For Domestic Violence After Backlash Over Ray Rice's B.S. 2-Game Suspension

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The NFL is taking steps towards cracking down on domestic violence in the league.


This past offseason, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell came under heavy fire after he suspended Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for merely 2 games after he beat his now-wife, Janay Palmer, and dragged her apparently unconscious body out of an elevator.

Many felt the punishment did NOT fit the crime and was proof that league was turning a blind eye towards domestic violence towards women.

Well Roger heard the criticism and realized the error in his ways, and most importantly he decided to take action. The commissioner released a statement on the controversy, saying:

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