Saturday, August 21, 2010
National Football Post ( American football)
REVIEWED BY: Marguerite Zelle
MY RECOMMENDATION: YES, with reservations
AMAZON SUBSCRIPTION LINK: National Football Post - Football News and Opinion, by various
WEB ADDRESS: http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/
BLOG DESCRIPTION: The National Football Post is founded on the vision of creating the definitive forum where news, information and insight come together through voices of experienced NFL executives, agents, and current and former NFL players. These professional football insiders will bring a unique and previously unavailable glimpse into the inner workings of NFL front offices, locker rooms and playing fields. Unlike any other outlet for news about America’s most popular sport, The National Football Post provides organic news, opinion, analysis and knowledge that are not presently found in the sports information service industry. Our insiders will use their respective experiences, access and knowledge to allow all those who consume professional football to have the ultimate portal to see the inner workings of their favorite pastime.
MY REVIEW: I recommend this blog, with reservations, because as far as I can tell, Kindle users receive only a couple posts a day, whereas at the actual website, there are 13 columns that are updated on a regular basis. I have yet to figure out which particular columns get fed to the Kindle.
News you might receive on your Kindle are: The Business of Football, The Player's Page, The Agent's Journal, the Scouting Department, The Biggs Report, The Wilson Wire, the Zone Dog Blog, Against the Grain, the Director's Report, the Eye in the Sky, Crosstalk, Inside the Playbook and Guest Stars.
If you want to make sure you're able to read them all, I'd visit the website instead.
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