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NFL announces promotions to Senior Leadership roles for three employees

Gallo, Rodburg, and Signora Promoted to Senior Vice President

NEW YORK – The NFL has announced the promotions of Bobby GalloTracie Rodburg, and Michael Signora to senior leadership positions – in Club Business Development, Sponsorship Management, and Football and International Communications, respectively.

Bobby Gallo becomes Senior Vice President of Club Business Development after nine years with the NFL, serving most recently as Vice President. He will oversee league efforts to drive integrated support for NFL clubs in the areas of strategy, business intelligence and analytics, ticketing, sponsorship, marketing, events, and fan experience. Gallo continues to report to Peter O’Reilly, Executive Vice President of Club Business & League Events.

“Bobby has consistently found new and innovative ways to service and support both our clubs and our fans,” says O’Reilly. “Under his leadership, we will continue to partner with our clubs to deliver world class experiences for our fans and our partners.”

Tracie Rodburg becomes Senior Vice President of Sponsorship Management after 14 years of experience with the NFL’s sponsorship business. In her new role, Rodburg will manage sponsor contracts, drive revenue growth through renewals, participate in brand and creative executions, oversee club and league sponsor relationships, and coordinate key internal and external areas for NFL sponsor integration and support. She continues to report to Renie Anderson, Chief Revenue Officer and Executive Vice President, NFL Partnerships.

“Tracie has truly helped to shape and grow the NFL’s sponsorship business over the last 14 years,” says Anderson. “As we look to maximize all the league has to offer, we are confident that she will continue to be a driver of success.”

Michael Signora becomes Senior Vice President of Football and International Communications. With over 23 years of experience in NFL Communications, he will now oversee all aspects of Football Communications – Football Publicity, Football Media Operations, and Youth Football Communications – as well as International Communications. Signora continues to report to Jocelyn Moore, Executive Vice President of Communications & Public Affairs.

“Michael is an instrumental member of the communications team, showing steadfast leadership and a deep love and understanding of every aspect of the game,” says Moore. “His credibility with the media, our clubs, and our fans – as well as his creative vision for football content – will continue to enhance the way the media and our fans consume football, both nationally and internationally.” ​




NFL announces Amazon Original Series, ‘All of Nothing’ to feature Carolina Panthers in Season Four

All or Nothing: The Carolina Panthers premieres Friday, July 19, Exclusively on Amazon Prime Video

Jon Hamm returns as narrator for the eight-episode season


SANTA MONICA, Calif.—Jun. 26, 2019—Season four of the Emmy Award-winning sports documentary series All or Nothing, an Amazon Original series produced by NFL Films, will premiere on Friday, July 19, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. All or Nothing: The Carolina Panthers tells the story of a talented team striving to compete for a championship in the face of inevitable change.


Emmy Award-winning actor Jon Hamm (Good OmensMad Men) returns as narrator of the eight-episode season, all of which will be available for Prime members to stream on July 19. In this season, just three years removed from his MVP season and a Super Bowl appearance, quarterback Cam Newton remains the charismatic star around whom the Panthers revolve. His cast of teammates includes dynamic running back Christian McCaffrey and perennial All-Pro linebacker Luke Kuechly, along with a mix of talented rookies hungry to prove themselves and several veteran stalwarts who know this season might be their last. As the season unfolds, Carolina’s players, staff, head coach Ron Rivera and the team’s new owner David Tepper are all forced to navigate a difficult yet compelling path.​


  • Please see the embeddable trailer here
  • Images and key art can be found here


All or Nothing is the first series to take viewers inside the locker room, on the sidelines and off the field for an unprecedented look inside an NFL franchise’s complete season. The series was recently nominated once again in the Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary category at the 2019 Sports Emmys.


Here’s what customers are saying:

  • “All or Nothing is the best football documentary out there.”
  • “Never stop making these. I almost hate to start watching these, because once I start I can’t stop.”
  • “Amazon deserves an A++ for this.”


All or Nothing on social media:


Produced by NFL Films, All or Nothing: The Carolina Panthers is executive produced by Brian Rolapp, Ross Ketover and Pat Kelleher. Senior coordinating producer is Keith Cossrow. Directors are Steve Trout, Emily Leitner, Terrell Riley and Chip Swain. Senior producer is Nick Mascolo and producer is Jeff Cameron.


NFL fans can also look forward to another season of Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video with 11 live games starting Thursday, September 26.


Prime members will be able to stream the series via the Prime Video app for TVs, connected devices including Fire TV, mobile devices and online at Members can also download the series to mobile devices for offline viewing at no additional cost to their membership. The series is a global release and available on for Prime Video members in more than 200 countries and territories.


Customers who are not already Prime members can sign up for a free trial at For a list of all Prime Video compatible devices, visit


About NFL Films

NFL Films, the most honored filmmaker in sports television history with 129 Sports Emmy Awards – remains a groundbreaking leader in sports television, providing unprecedented access to and legendary storytelling about the sport of professional football. With more than 100 million feet of film in its library, NFL Films is the historical backbone of NFL Network and a key supplier of the network’s programming, including the three-time Emmy-nominated series A Football Life, offering untold stories into the lives of some of the NFL’s most recognizable icons, and The Timeline, chronicling seminal moments that formed the NFL’s storied past, shape the present and, in some cases, set the stage for the future.


NFL Films is a part of NFL Media, the owned and operated media division of the National Football League which is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films,, NFL Now, NFL Mobile from Verizon and NFL RedZone.




NFL announces 2019 Training Camp reporting dates, locations

Arizona State Farm Stadium Glendale, AZ 7/17 7/24
Atlanta Atlanta Falcons Training Facility Flowery Branch, GA 7/18 7/21
Baltimore Under Armour Performance Center Owings Mills, MD 7/17 7/24
Buffalo St. John Fisher College Rochester, NY 7/22 7/24
Carolina Wofford College Spartanburg, SC 7/24 7/24
Chicago Olivet Nazarene University Bourbonnais, IL 7/22 7/25
Cincinnati Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati, OH 7/24 7/26
Cleveland Cleveland Browns Training Complex Berea, OH 7/24 7/24
Dallas Marriott Residence Inn Oxnard, CA 7/26 7/26
Denver UCHealth Training Center Englewood, CO 7/17 7/17
Detroit Detroit Lions Training Facility Allen Park, MI 7/18 7/24
Green Bay St. Norbert College De Pere, WI 7/22 7/24
Houston Houston Methodist Training Center Houston, TX 7/21 7/24
Indianapolis Grand Park Westfield, IN 7/21 7/24
Jacksonville TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, FL 7/22 7/24
Kansas City Missouri Western State University St. Joseph, MO 7/23 7/26
L.A. Chargers Jack Hammett Sports Complex Costa Mesa, CA 7/24 7/24
L.A. Rams University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA 7/24 7/26
Miami Baptist Health Training Facility Davie, FL 7/21 7/24
Minnesota TCO Performance Center Eagan, MN 7/22 7/25
N.Y. Giants Quest Diagnostics Training Facility East Rutherford, NJ 7/22 7/24
N.Y. Jets Atlantic Health Jets Training Center Florham Park, NJ 7/19 7/24
New England Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA 7/21 7/24
New Orleans New Orleans Saints Training Facility Metairie, LA 7/18 7/25
Oakland Napa Valley Marriott Napa, CA 7/23 7/26
Philadelphia NovaCare Complex Philadelphia, PA 7/24 7/24
Pittsburgh Saint Vincent College Latrobe, PA 7/24 7/25
San Francisco SAP Performance Facility Santa Clara, CA 7/26 7/26
Seattle Virginia Mason Athletic Center Renton, WA 7/17 7/24
Tampa Bay AdventHealth Training Center Tampa, FL 7/21 7/25
Tennessee Saint Thomas Sports Park Nashville, TN 7/22 7/25
Washington Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center Richmond, VA 7/24 7/24


Note: The first official practice of training camp for each club at the site designated above is generally held the day after the veteran reporting date (Cincinnati will hold its first camp practice in Dayton, OH).




Former Toledo Rockets, Bengals, Browns “Baby Hawk” WR Andrew Hawkins joining NFL Media

Andrew Hawkins with Browns 2015 photo By Erik Drost - Flickr, CC BY 2.0, https


Multi-Platform Role on NFL Digital/Social Platforms & NFL Network​​


Former NFL wide receiver and captain Andrew Hawkins has joined NFL Media in a multi-platform role, it was announced today.

Beginning in July, Hawkins (@Hawk) will host a variety of content on NFL Media’s digital and social channels, including new show formats and other engaging VOD content.

The two-time Sports Emmy Award nominee will also appear as an analyst on various NFL Network shows such as NFL Total Access and Good Morning Football.

“Andrew has a unique ability to entertain and engage fans on a variety of platforms,” said Galen Gordon, NFL Network Vice President, Talent Management. “We are incredibly excited to have him join the NFL Media Group.”

Hawkins played six seasons in the NFL, three with the Cincinnati Bengals and three with the Cleveland Browns. An undrafted free agent out of the University of Toledo, Hawkins amassed a total of 2,419 receiving yards, 209 receptions and nine receiving touchdowns during his NFL playing career.

Prior to his NFL career, Hawkins played two seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes where he totaled 457 receiving yards and five touchdowns in back-to-back Grey Cup championship seasons.

While playing in the NFL, Hawkins earned a master’s degree from Columbia. Currently, Hawkins hosts The ThomaHawk Show podcast on Uninterrupted alongside former All-Pro offensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst Joe Thomas.



NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films,, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku and Xbox One). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to






NFL, NCAA issue statement on recent Football Safety Meeting










INDIANAPOLIS – June 18, 2019 – The NFL and NCAA hosted a joint meeting that brought together medical staff from schools in the SEC, ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, and Pac-12; the NCAA Sport Science Institute; and NFL Player Health & Safety to share information across levels of football, and best practices for keeping players and student-athletes safe.

The two-day session focused on a range of health and safety topics including concussion prevention and treatment; injury reduction plans; mental health and wellness; equipment innovation; and opportunities for further collaboration.

“We are proud to meet with the NCAA as we both work to progress the health and well-being of players and student-athletes. Through sharing the changes we’ve made on and off the field to enhance player safety, we find continued opportunity to advance health and safety at all levels of the game,” said Dr. Allen Sills, NFL Chief Medical Officer.

“It is important to share best practices, research and innovative strategies that address the safety of our football athletes.  This collaborative meeting with the NFL is an important step forward for all football stakeholders,” noted Brian Hainline, MD, NCAA Chief Medical Officer.




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