The NFL, as we know it today, began in 1947 when the Seattle Seahawks played in the first NFL game.
The franchise then moved to St. Louis, Missouri, in the mid-1950s, and by the end of the decade, it had become a franchise that was on the rise.
In addition to the NFL, the company also operates various television and digital properties including its flagship sports streaming service, NFL Mobile, and its NFL Live streaming service.
It has also been involved in the sports streaming industry, hosting live streaming events such as the NFL Combine and NFL Fantasy Draft.
In 2017, Google was awarded the right to own a 10% stake in the NFL as part of the merger agreement.
Google owns a majority of the NFL Network, which it broadcasts through its own Google Sports app, and it also has its own streaming platform, Google TV.
In 2017, it also bought a majority stake in CBS Interactive, the parent company of CBS Sports.
The company has been heavily investing in the streaming service in recent years, spending an undisclosed amount on the NFL Sports app and making investments in other sports properties including NFL Network and the NFL Draft.
Google was reportedly a big player in the NBA and NFL Draft when it invested $10 million in the draft lottery.
The company has also invested in other major sports leagues including the NFL and MLB.
In the 2017 fiscal year, Google paid $5.3 billion to buy NBCUniversal, the studio that produces the NBC sports networks.
It also recently purchased a majority interest in the NHL and the NBA.
Google, which had just $1.1 billion in revenue in 2018, has been steadily growing its investments in sports as it enters the new era of the modern NFL.
Google is one of the first companies to use artificial intelligence and artificial intelligence technologies to target advertisers to advertisers.
It is also one of a number of technology companies to have used machine learning to target specific audiences for ads.