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media guides needed

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by kerrell goolsby, Aug 29, 2018.

  1. kerrell goolsby

    kerrell goolsby New Member

    Afternoon All!!!!

    I write a weekly blog for Word Press that deals with the NFL and have done so for about six years. Before that, I did the same for a site called Gather. When Gather went belly up like an overfed goldfish, I moved there.

    With that, every year I have done football, I have gotten the media guides for all the teams in the league. This year, I have somewhat hit a wall. I am short eight guides (Atlanta, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia, Seattle and Washington) for this season. I went to this site called NFLOMG and needed a password to get in.

    Any help (including how to obtain a password) would be more than welcome!
  2. Moderator1

    Moderator1 Moderator Staff Member

    The site should have instructions on how to get a password - if not, a team you deal with regularly and knows your work should be able to provide guidance. When I needed a password for MLB credentialing when I oversaw a section in DC, the site had a link you could click on to obtain one. Same when I needed one for NASCAR information.
  3. jr/shotglass

    jr/shotglass Well-Known Member

    That looks like a pretty shady site, with no contact information on obtaining a password.

    Have you reached out to the teams themselves?
  4. kerrell goolsby

    kerrell goolsby New Member

    That's next. I'll check again this weekend or after Labor Day.
  5. pseudo

    pseudo Well-Known Member

    NFLOMG is actually the media portal for at least some teams (including Buffalo). Here's what the team home pages look like:


    With that said, you might have better luck by going through nflcommunications.com to start.
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