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Encyclopedia > Pro Football Weekly

Pro Football Weekly (sometimes shortened to PFW) is a popular American sports magazine, founded in 1967, that covers the National Football League. It is owned by Pro Football Weekly LLC and headquartered in Riverwoods, Illinois. A collection of magazines A magazine is a periodical publication containing a variety of articles, generally financed by advertising and/or purchase by readers. ... The National Football League (NFL) is the largest professional American football league, consisting of thirty-two teams from American cities and regions. ... Riverwoods is a village located in Lake County, Illinois. ...

The magazine is published 32 times a year, including every week of the NFL season, and issues four supplementary publications -- the Pro Football Weekly Preview, the Fantasy Football Guide, the Draft Preview, and the Pro Prospects Preview -- annually. With a beat writer covering each NFL team, the magazine is one of a small number covering each team in detail on a regular basis.

Pro Football Weekly also runs a half-hour television show during the NFL season and a weekly one-hour nationally syndicated weekly radio available all year.

The publisher and editor of Pro Football Weekly is Hub Arkush.

External links

  • PFW Main Site
  • PFW Audio Show and Archive

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