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The Washington Post : reported that NFL reportedly nixes GNC Super Bowl ad over association with banned substances

as mentioned in “We got the word at 1 p.m. today,” GNC Vice President of Marketing and E-Commerce Jeff Hennion told Ad Age on Monday.
Neither Fox nor the NFL, which Hennion told Ad Age gets final say over which ads air during the annual event, have commented publicly on the news.
(Gene J. Puskar/Associated Press)Less than a week before Super Bowl Sunday, the nutritional supplement company GNC learned its ad will not air during the game.
However, according to USA Today, the NFL Players Association voiced concern over the company’s general association “with the production, manufacture or distribution” of the banned substances.
“It was the first time they showed any concern.”The ad, which GNC released Tuesday, doesn’t show anyone taking any supplements.

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Read what the NFL asked Houston to do to land the Super Bowl

Read what the NFL asked Houston to do to land the Super Bowl

Read what the NFL asked Houston to do to land the Super BowlIt’s not easy to land a Super Bowl.
This is what the NFL asked the Houston area’s local governments for.
And read more about what the NFL asks host cities in this report by the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Part of that process — detailed in an in-depth Houston Chronicle Report this Sunday — is a series of demands the NFL makes of local governments.
For Houston, the process was an intense back-and-forth between a committee of local business leaders, public officials and the National Football League.

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The NFL denied Barstool Sports press credentials for Super Bowl week because of their Deflategate sit-in

Despite earlier reports, the NFL says they never pulled Super Bowl week press credentials from Barstool sports — because Barstool sports never had press credentials to pull.
League spokesman Brian McCarthy told Boston.com that the growing “sports/smut” media brand had been originally denied credentials, because of the 2015 Deflategate sit-in four Barstool employees staged at the NFL offices in New York.
Either way, the Barstool folks don’t appear to be terribly distraught over their lack of access.
NBC Sports’s ProFootballTalk first reported Tuesday morning that the NFL had “pulled” Barstool’s press passes for the week of media events, including access to “Radio Row.”“Nothing was ever granted,” McCarthy said in an email Tuesday afternoon.
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