The National Football League has found itself again in a conflicted position about casinos and gambling.
A spiked New York Post article on New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft's ties to Caesars Entertainment underscores NFL's anti-gambling hypocrisy.
The decisions of NHL and NFL to set up shop in Las Vegas is changing the way MLB views the Sin City’s ability to host professional sports teams.
A new Seton Hall Sports Poll finds 46% of Americans believe putting pro sports teams in Las Vegas will lead to players and refs betting on games.
More than 30 former and current players are being investigated by the NFL—aka No Fun League.
A new American Gaming Association survey finds overwhelming majority of NFL fans support letting states decide whether to allow legal sports betting.
National Football League owners vote 31-1 in favor of the Oakland Raiders relocating to Las Vegas, despite NFL's dim view of legal sports betting.
Raiders owner Mark Davis reportedly told fellow NFL owners on Monday that Bank of America will back the 65,000-seat domed stadium.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is reportedly taking part in the effort to bring the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas.
Ronnie Lott’s group has finally made its move to keep the Raiders in Oakland.