2016-2017 NFL Season Kicks Off on ESPN Deportes

Multiplatform live coverage of Monday Night Football available across ESPN Deportes TV, ESPN Deportes Radio and WatchESPN ESPN Deportes will present live coverage of 17 regular season Monday Night Football games, a Wild Card playoff game and the Pro Bowl. The season kicks off with Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Washington Redskins Monday, September 12 at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN Deportes television, ESPN Deportes Radio and WatchESPN. Super Bowl XXI and XXV champion Raul Allegre returns as in-game analyst along with play-by-play voice Alvaro Martin. ESPN Deportes’ coverage will feature a Monday night pregame show, NFL Esta Noche, at 8 p.m….

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College Football’s Best Kickoff Weekend Ever

Ole Miss vs. Florida State: Concludes College Football’s Best Kickoff Weekend Ever with Impressive 5.3 Overnight on ESPN and Sets New ESPN College Football Streaming Record for the Second Time in Consecutive Nights ESPN Streaming: Annual Labor Day Night Game Surpasses Record-Setting Notre Dame at Texas Game from Sunday Night On ESPN: Network’s Highest Overnight of the Weekend and a Top 5 Labor Day Game Ever on ESPN; Second Best Overnight of Kickoff Weekend Across All Networks College Football’s Kickoff Weekend on ESPN/ABC: Top Six Overnights Across All Nets; Expected to Win the Night Each Night of Labor Day Weekend…

NFL and Zebra Technologies Expand on Third Year

Zebra developed an instrumented football with Wilson Sporting Goods NFL will furnish each team in league with data generated by the Zebra Sports Solution LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., Sept. 2, 2016 — Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), a global leader in providing solutions and services that give enterprises real-time visibility into their operations, announced the evolution of its partnership with the NFL. Zebra will again be deploying the Zebra Sports Solution across all NFL stadiums in the U.S. plus Wembley and Twickenham Stadiums in London and Estadio Aztech in Mexico City for the NFL International Series as well as Camping World Stadium…

Update on Chris Mortensen’s Health – ESPN

In January, ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen announced that he had been diagnosed with Stage IV throat cancer. He has been on a leave of absence the past few months, focusing on his treatment and recovery. Below are statements updating his condition. FROM CHRIS MORTENSEN: “I received very encouraging news last week from my oncologist team of doctors at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center that now enables me to completely focus on recovery rather than treatment. The Stage IV throat (oropharyngel) cancer that was diagnosed in early January and treated with intensive chemotherapy and radiation has been virtually reduced to zero detection of the disease through the latest…