Earlier this month, Bleacher Report’s Natalie Weiner interviewed Greg Hardy about his domestic violence history and his potential return to football. While promoting the story, she also provided an additional link to a story she wrote as a Seahawks blogger a few years ago about Frank Clark and his history relating to domestic violence.
Somehow the older story about Clark made its way to the Seattle defensive end, and he fired back Tuesday night with a threatening tweet. The tweet was deleted, but not before Weiner took a screenshot of it and shared it to the public.
Additionally, Perform will further accelerate Game Pass outside of the US and Europe. NFL Game Pass is a direct-to-consumer digital product offering all live NFL games, NFL RedZone, NFL Network and award-winning NFL programming. As the NFL continues to expand its fanbase globally, Perform will use their local expertise to drive Game Pass subscriptions among the NFL’s avid fanbase.
This strategic media relationship centered around Game Pass covers over 100 countries and territories, including larger markets such as Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, South Korea, and Turkey.
Simon Denyer, Perform Group CEO said, “Perform is delighted to be broadening our relationship with the NFL. We are committed to a long-term collaboration that will benefit both the sport and its fans. We are excited to work together to grow the brand for audiences across the globe.”
Mark Waller, NFL EVP of International & Events said, “We are thrilled to be collaborating with the Perform Group in some of our priority global markets to drive distribution and consumption of our key media offerings across a range of platforms. This is a mutually exciting opportunity to better serve the NFL’s growing global fan base.”