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Buccaneers Announce Additional End Zone Seating

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will expand its seating capacity at Raymond James Stadium by 3,600 seats with an additional seating area named The Krewe’s Nest in the south end zone, which will increase the stadium’s capacity to nearly 70,000. In addition to discounted parking, Krewe’s Nest season pass holders will also receive 2022 playoff purchase […]

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Acrisure has agreed to a 15-year deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the naming rights to what was formerly Heinz Field. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Duquesne Light Holdings Awarded Heating and Cooling Contract at Heinz Field

Duquesne Light Holdings Inc. has announced a partnership with PSSI Stadium LLC, the owner of Heinz Field, whereby DLH will own the stadium’s central heating and cooling plant and its equipment through February 2031, allowing The Efficiency Network, a DLH subsidiary, to operate and maintain the plant and equipment throughout the duration of the partnership. […]

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Monica Paul (Dallas Sports Commission), Dan Hunt (FC Dallas), Gerardo Torrado (FMF), Jerry Jones (Dallas Cowboys) and Pablo Zarate (SUM) were on hand for Thursday's announcement in Dallas.

Mexican Men’s National Soccer Team Extends Deal in Dallas

As North America readies for the 2026 World Cup, one area of the United States is continuing its year-round initiatives to bring the sport to more people. The Federación Mexicana de Fútbol, Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas, NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and the Dallas Sports Commission have announced a four-year renewal of the 2019 partnership that […]

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Levi's Stadium features a green roof with a variety of plants, and those plants are sustained with recycled water.

San Francisco 49ers, Levi Strauss Team Up for Conservation

Winning on the field is important to every team in the National Football League. But generating wins off the field is just as important to the local community. The San Francisco 49ers opened their new venue — Levi’s Stadium — in 2014 in Santa Clara, California. In addition to hosting 49ers games, the stadium welcomes […]

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The 2023 and 2024 NFL Combines will remain in Indianapolis after 35 years in the city, dating back to the first Combine in 1987.

NFL Combine Will Return to Indianapolis for 2023 and 2024

The NFL Combine is staying in the only home it has ever known. After some uncertainty if the Combine would move to a new city for the first time in its 35-year history, Indianapolis was awarded the 2023 and 2024 events at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Atlanta after an extensive bid process. This […]

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The Steelers Hall of Honor Museum is scheduled to open during the 2022 regular season.

Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Honor Museum to Open at Heinz Field

The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of the most storied and accomplished franchises in any sport. The six-time Super Bowl Champions will now be celebrating those who have helped the organization reach those heights. The Steelers announced a new addition to Heinz Field that will further commemorate former players, coaches and other contributors with the construction […]

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The $225 million renovation of Gillette Stadium includes the largest outdoor HD stadium video board in the United States and a 218-foot lighthouse.

Gillette Stadium Getting $225 Million Renovation in 2023

Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots, is getting a rather pricey anniversary gift from its owners. On May 11, the Patriots broke ground on a $225 million renovation project of Gillette Stadium, which is completely funded by owner Robert Kraft and the Kraft family. The groundbreaking took place on the 20th anniversary of the […]

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Leigh Steinberg

Leigh Steinberg

There was a time when it seemed every top pick in the NFL draft was represented by Leigh Steinberg. And that wasn’t too far from the truth. At the height of his career through the 1990s, Steinberg represented eight first picks and several dozen first-rounders. When Cameron Crowe was doing research for “Jerry Maguire,” it was Steinberg he followed around to study. But Steinberg’s career faced a serious setback after a public battle with alcohol that cost him his agent certification. Sober for six years and having regained his certificate, he now represents University of Memphis star Paxton Lynch in the 2016 draft. He also has formed Steinberg Ventures to raise money for products that can prevent concussions, an issue on which he has advocated for years. In this interview with SportsTravel’s Jason Gewirtz, Steinberg discusses the impact of concussions, making “Jerry Maguire”

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