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Sam Gordon's quest to launch an all-female football league at the high school level and other inspiring stories of women breaking barriers across the sport.
A look at the history of the NFL through the eyes of four iconic female owners: Virginia McCaskey, Martha Firestone Ford, Norma Hunt and Patricia Rooney.
A pipeline to the National Football League opens doors for women across the league, allowing them to become trailblazers from the field to the front office.
Bills owner Kim Pegula welcomes back fans; official Sarah Thomas balances life and work; Michele Tafoya joins her legendary crew; Kimmi Chex hosts pre-game with Ed Sheeran; "Hard Knocks" director gives fans an inside look.
Six women share their unique journeys to forming their football families and how they intend to inspire the next generation of women in the NFL.
Famous female football fans in sports, politics and music share their love of the game and what it's like to be "firsts" in their fields; a look at the history of women pro scouts.
Reporter Michele Tafoya preps for her sideline appearance at Super Bowl 56; NFL Films' first female cinematographer captures football's biggest game; the chief of security keeps 100,000 safe.
A special 'Women in Football' episode features a Moroccan athlete overcoming incredible challenges to launch a girls football academy, and Saints owner Gayle Benson making a dramatic impact on the city of New Orleans.
Head coach Mike McCarthy welcomes an intriguing mix of established veterans and highly regarded rookie hopefuls; as training camp begins, all eyes are on Dak Prescott, who suffered a compound right ankle fracture and dislocation last season.
Quarterback Dak Prescott makes significant progress with his injury rehab; an inter-squad practice against the Rams leads to tension with Rams' superstar Aaron Donald; the Cowboys end their time in Oxnard, Calif., with a trip to Arizona.
After three weeks in California, Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys return to the comforts of home; their homecoming brings a visit from the cross-state Texans for preseason game No. 3.
The Texas heat is brutal as both the oppressive weather and impending roster cuts create tension on the practice field; the players get an opportunity to bond at a backyard barbeque hosted by rookie LB Micah Parsons.