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Twitter’s Thursday Night Football (TNF) games will feature “low-level streaming” that will act as a promotional tool for NFL Game Pass, says Chris Wagner, executive vice president and co-founder of NeuLion. 254 more words

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The Bills GM Doesn't Think Humans Should Play Football

By: JerryAnytime

ESPNBuffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley might be in charge of a roster of 90 men who play football, but he doesn’t feel the game is something his players’ bodies are designed to play. 472 more words

Le'Veon Bell Still Thinks the Bengals Were Out to Hurt Him...Uhh Yeah, Duh

By: Alex Marcheschi

So the Steelers started OTAs today and Le’Veon Bell didn’t participate in 11-on-11 drills, which shouldn’t be news, but he made it news. 403 more words

Atlanta, Miami, Los Angeles selected to host Super Bowls

HARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — If you spend billions of dollars to build it, they will come.

Three times over.

The NFL awarded Super Bowls to Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles, three cities that made significant financial investments in new stadiums or recently upgraded an existing one. 701 more words

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The Dallas Cowboys Will Be Inescapable in 2016, Whether You Like It or Not Lackluster Team Dominates the NFL's National TV Schedule

The team that closed out the NFL season with the worst record in its conference will be featured in more nationally televised games in 2016 than any other franchise, and the league’s TV partners couldn’t be happier about it. 1,591 more words

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Report: NFL sought to influence study on brain injuries

WASHINGTON (AP) — National Football League officials improperly sought to influence a government study on the link between football and brain disease, according to a senior House Democrat in a report issued Monday. 539 more words

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Tom Brady to appeal 'Deflategate' suspension again

NEW YORK (AP) — Tom Brady will appeal his four-game suspension by the NFL, seeking a second hearing before the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court.

The decision by the New England Patriots quarterback was confirmed Monday by NFL Players Association spokesman George Atallah. 109 more words

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