Introducing prospects to NFL coaching staffs.
Protecting the integrity of the greatest game.
It's our responsibility to strengthen the sport.
Ensuring a consistent and fair game that is decided on the field, by the players.
Ensuring that players conduct themselves in a way that honors the sport and respects the game.
Knees Bent. Pads Down. Head Up and Out.
The NFL is proud of the HBCU professional football legacy.
Honoring the league’s commitment to serve the communities where the game is played.
Meet the people behind NFL Operations.
Learn about the people, the jobs and the technology that deliver the best game possible to NFL fans across the U.S. and around the world.
Countdown to kickoff: how NFL games happen.
In the NFL, balancing technology with tradition.
How television has changed the game.
Upon further review…
It takes hundreds of computers and five NFL executives to create the NFL’s 256-game masterpiece.
The annual analytics contest explores statistical innovations in football — how the game is played and coached.
Promoting the values of football.
Learn how NFL players have changed over time, how they’re developed and drafted and how the league works with them after their playing days are over.
Creating an NFL player: from “everyman” to “superman.”
Supporting the next generation of players and fans.
Preparing players of all ages for success at football’s highest level.
Introducing the next wave of NFL superstars.
A look at the programs and services NFL Player Engagement provides to assist every player before, during and after his football career.
Strengthening football and the community.
Strengthening the NFL brotherhood.
Discover the evolution of professional officiating, the weekly evaluation process and how the NFL identifies and develops the next generation of officials.
“One thing hasn’t changed: the pressure. It will always be there.”
The latest information from the NFL's officiating center.
Every week, officials take the field ready to put months of preparation, training and hard work on display, knowing that the whole world — and the Officiating Department — is watching.
Officiating an NFL game takes years of training and experience.
NFL Football Operations protects the integrity of the game by ensuring that the rules and the officiating are consistent and fair to all competitors.
The custodians of football not only have protected its integrity, but have also revised its playing rules to protect the players, and to make the games fairer and more entertaining.
The NFL Video Rulebook explains NFL rules with video examples.
Explore the official rules of the game. 6.2.5
The NFL's procedures for breaking ties for postseason playoffs.
The NFL's familiar hand signals help fans better understand the game.
A quick reference guide to the NFL rulebook.
Sharpen your NFL football knowledge with this glossary of the game's fundamental terms.
See where the players line up in pro football's most common offensive and defensive formations.
Understand what the graphics on NFL television broadcasts mean and how they can help you get the most out of watching NFL games.
The NFL’s instant replay review process focuses on expediting instant replay reviews and ensuring consistency. Learn how it works.
Go inside the game with the NFL's official game stats. Sort the stats by season or by week.
Welcome to the Extra Point, where members of the NFL's football data and analytics team will share updates on league-wide trends in football data, interesting visualizations that showcase innovative ways to use the league's data, and provide an inside look at how the NFL uses data-driven insight to improve and monitor player and team performance.
Chart and compare the NFL Football Operations stats you're looking for with the NFL's data tool.
Get a snapshot of the current NFL game stats, updated weekly during the regular season.
Introducing prospects to NFL coaching staffs.
The league provides two full coaching, training, video and equipment staffs, as well as Legends Captains to support the game. This year, NFL head coaches Zac Taylor of the Cincinnati Bengals and Matt Patricia of the Detroit Lions will lead the 2020 Senior Bowl teams. NFL Legends Tony Richardson, Mike Rucker will represent the North as Legends Captains, while Torry Holt and Aeneas Williams will represent the South.
General managers, head coaches, assistant coaches, personnel directors, scouts and other front office personnel from all 32 NFL teams attend the event.
30 percent of the NFL is composed of Senior Bowl alumni
“The Reese’s Senior Bowl is very appreciative of the longstanding relationship it enjoys with the National Football League and we take pride in the fact that the Senior Bowl being played in Mobile, Alabama is one of the NFL’s greatest traditions. Last year, we credentialed over 900 club personnel from all 32 teams. As someone that scouted in the league for almost two decades, I know that coaches and scouts look forward to their annual visit to Mobile,” said Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy.
Played under Pro Bowl rules, the Senior Bowl is a national showcase for top NFL prospects who have completed their college eligibility. There are approximately 500 Senior Bowl alumni on current NFL rosters.
In the 71-year history of the game, the Senior Bowl has featured 53 Pro Football Hall of Fame members, including Joe Namath, Joe Greene, Walter Payton and Dan Marino. Current players such as Aaron Donald, Von Miller, Bobby Wagner, Carson Wentz and Russell Wilson have participated. In 2019, the Senior Bowl showcased 93 total players that went on to be drafted, including 10 first-round picks and 40 in the first three rounds.
Produced by the non-profit Mobile Arts and Sports Association, the annual all-star game is involved in numerous charitable events in the Mobile community, including player visits to local schools and children’s hospitals during game week and youth football events throughout the year.
The Senior Bowl has two programs that support NFL players and the community. The Senior Bowl Ambassador Club is a network of NFL and Senior Bowl alumni from the Mobile area. With over 60 members, including 18 active NFL players, the program supports philanthropic endeavors throughout the year. The Senior Bowl Scout School, comprised of current and former players, promotes the hiring of NFL Legends and minorities in scouting.