The NFL will play three regular-season games at two London stadiums next season.
Tickets are 22% cheaper on the secondary market than they were in 2014.
DraftKings hired regulatory compliance firm Exiger amid a fight with the New York Attorney General over the legality of daily fantasy sports.
From the locker room to dating, FOXBusiness.com talks to the first female NFL coach about life after football.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson believes daily fantasy sports are not equivalent to gambling, he told Maria Bartiromo on the FOX Business Network.
Football fans saw heightened security measures in action this weekend as the NFL vowed to redouble its safety efforts in response to the terrorist attacks in Paris.
DraftKings and FanDuel responded to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman with lawsuits, punching back against an effort to ban daily fantasy sports in the state.