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What was the TV contract for the NFL in 2014?

2014 was the first season under a nine-year television contract with CBS (almost all AFC afternoon away games), Fox (almost all NFC afternoon away games), NBC ( Sunday Night Football games, Thanksgiving night game, and the Kickoff game); and an eight-year contract with ESPN ( Monday Night Football games).

Who was the 4th round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft?

May 10, 2014: Seahawks traded 2014 4th round pick (111th overall, Russell Bodine) to Bengals for 2014 4th round pick (123rd overall, Kevin Norwood) and 2014 6th round pick (199th overall, Garrett Scott) May 10, 2014: Broncos traded 2014 4th round pick (131st overall]

What was the salary cap for the 2014 NFL season?

The 2014 league year began at 4 pm EST on March 11, which marked the start of the league’s free agency period. The per-team salary cap was set at US$133 million, a $10 million increase from the previous year.

When was the first game of the 2014 NFL season?

The 2014 NFL seasonwas the 95th season in the history of the National Football League(NFL). The season began on Thursday, September 4, 2014, with the annual kickoff gamefeaturing the defending Super Bowl XLVIIIchampion Seattle Seahawkshosting the Green Bay Packers, which resulted with the Seahawks winning, 36–16.

Is there a predictor for the NFL playoffs?

NFL Playoff Predictor (NFL Season Picker) lets you pick every game of the NFL Season via a season Schedule, and will show you the seeds for the AFC and NFC

How many games did the NFL play in 2014?

The 2014 regular season featured 256 games played out over a seventeen-week schedule which began on the Thursday night following Labor Day. Each of the league’s 32 teams played a 16-game schedule with one bye week for each team scheduled between weeks four and twelve.

What was the score of the Super Bowl in 2014?

Super Bowl XLIX, the 49th contesting of the Super Bowl, decided the 2014 NFL champion on February 1, 2015, with the New England Patriots defeating the defending Super Bowl XLVIII champions Seattle Seahawks, who were looking to repeat, by a score of 28–24.