Jim Steeg grew the Super Bowl from a championship football game into a week-long extravaganza, with events like "The NFL Experience." Prior to joining the NFL's League offices in January 1979, Steeg was the business manager and controller for the Miami Dolphins. In his four years with the Dolphins, he was in charge of all of the financial aspects concerning the club. He also oversaw the operations of the NASL's Miami Toros/Fort Lauderdale Strikers. From November 2004 until April 2010, Steeg was the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the NFL's San Diego Chargers, where he was in charge of all business operations for the team.
Low ratings. Disgruntled coaches. Competitive imbalance. Former NFL Senior VP of Special Events Jim Steeg says that the NFL needs to make some improvements to make Thursdays work.
A former NFL Executive gives his suggestions on how to save the League's All-Star game
A former NFL Executive traces the roots of the game, and how it came to be on the chopping block.
Former NFL Senior VP of Special Events Jim Steeg reminisces about Steve Sabol's impact on people who knew him, and even those that didn't.
Former NFL Senior VP of Special Events Jim Steeg knows that for 53 men to be victorious, hundreds of men and women have to do their jobs, too.
The former NFL Senior VP of Special Events reflects on the origins of the NFL's midweek opener.
While there has been talk about an 18-game schedule, 17 could do the trick.
It is time to establish best practices for transition programs for players and alumni.
The transition into retirement is an extremely difficult one for most players.
Is there a real need for a true NFL minor league?
Behind the scenes of how the draft became one of the biggest spectacles in the NFL.
DEC 06 Joel Corry
An inside look at the three NFL teams with the most dead money.
DEC 06 Jason Cole
Are NFL officials overwhelmed more now than they have been in the past?
DEC 03 Erik Oehler
A sneak peak at a documentary chronicling one of the biggest college games ever played.