What is the NFL?

The National Football League (NFL) is a professional American football league that consists of 32 teams. The teams are divided equally between the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC).
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When the NFL was founded and who founded it

The NFL was formed on August 20, 1920, as the American Professional Football Conference; the league changed its name to the American Professional Football Association (APFA) on September 17, 1920, and changed its name to the National Football League on June 24, 1922, after spending the 1920 and 1921 seasons as the APFA. The amazing, fantastic, outstanding people who founded and made the NFL are Chris O'Brien, Leo Lyons, Frank Nied, Doo Young, Stan Cofall, George Halas, Jim Thorpe, Ralph Hay, Walter Flanigan,

Earl Ball, Morgan O'Brien, Jimmy O'Donnell, Art Ranney, Carl Storck, and Cooney Checkaye.

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Top 10 NFL recruiting colleges

The top 10 colleges that get people into the NFL in order is Florida State, Oregon, UCLA, Baylor, Oregon State, Michigan State, Stanford, Penn State, California, and LSU.

Top 3 NFL recruiting colleges

Top 3 NFL Football Teams

Super Bowl XLIX

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Butler picks off Wilson to seal Patriots Super Bowl XLIX victory

Average Salary

The average salary of an NFL player works out to considerably less when not considering the top earners, but these players still make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. Bloomberg Businessweek says the average salary of an NFL player in 2011 was $1.9 million. The average football player makes the usual of $770,000. Each team used to have an overall pay cap that they could not exceed, which was set by the collective bargaining agreement. In 2008, it was $116 million.
The winners of the each Super bowl get $97,000 (excluding how much money they get to play) and the losers get less than $50,000 (also excluding how much they get to play).

How to Train to get into the NFL

First, you have to be healthy and then you have to pas a physicals test. The purpose of the physicals test is to avoid prevents a catastrophic medical event and determine if it is safe to allow the athlete to participate in the NFL.

Next, you have to take an in-depth movement analysis to avoid a of their whole body. The purpose of the physical is to avoid any catastrophic medical event and determine if it is safe to allow the athlete to participate in football.
Then you have to have to do a flexibility (stretching) and dynamic warm-up. The stretching helps the keys muscles on the athletes hip flexors, hamstring, and calves.

Next you need core building to see if the athlete is strong enough to pass the test. You need "six-pack" abs to play in the NFL and if you don't they will not let you play (unless you are a linemen or defensive line) until you get your six-pack" abs.

And finally all you have to do is try out and go to the yearly draft and then if you get drafted you're in