A Storybook Beginning – My Internship at NFL Films
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A Storybook Beginning – My Internship at NFL Films

By: Kaitlin Morris, Producers Department Intern

NFL Films is a storybook production company from beginning to end.  The name alone invokes glamorous cinematography, boisterous narrations, and original scores of cinematic music that rival even the MORE ►

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Ed Sabol Receives His Ring

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Reggie White and Jerome Brown: Producer’s Notes

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Denarius Moore is fast.  And who likes ‘em fast?

The Raiders.

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