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  • New York PostNFL power rankings: Chargers surge through injury joltsNew York PostThe injury list just keeps growing, yet the Chargers somehow keep winning — and winning in impressive style. The Bolts jumped up one spot to No. 4 in the Post's NFL Power Rankings after a 33-14 victory over the hapless Jaguars last Sunday improved ...NFL Power Rankings, Week 5: Surging San Diego could be the hottest team ...The Times-Picayune - NOLA.comBolts No. 5 in ESPN NFL Power RankingsESPN (blog)Chargers at risk despite blackout rulingU-T San DiegoSection 215all 59 news articles »

  • USA TODAYNFL continues reach for female fans through breast cancer awarenessUSA TODAYThe NFL's annual breast cancer awareness campaign, always in October, has long been the league's most substantial plan to appeal to women. Stadiums will be awash in pink starting Thursday when the Minnesota Vikings visit the Green Bay Packers.NFL Goes Pink (Again), Expect Less This OctoberBlack & Tealall 775 news articles »

  • New York TimesFlag on Praying Muslim Player Was an Error, the NFL SaysNew York TimesHusain Abdullah was given a 15-yard penalty at the end of this play for unsportsmanlike conduct. Credit Denny Medley/Reuters. According to the N.F.L. rule book, “prolonged or excessive celebrations or demonstrations by an individual player” are violations.NFL admits mistake in penalizing Husain Abdullah for religious celebrationYahoo Sports (blog)The NFL's Unsportsmanlike ConductThe New YorkerThe NFL's dumb rules led to Husain Abdullah being penalizedSB NationWJLA -NBCSports.comall 621 news articles »

  • CBSSports.comPBS Frontline: 76 of 79 NFL player brains studied show signs of CTECBSSports.comHaving studied the brains of 79 deceased NFL players, one of the nation's largest brain banks has come to the conclusion that 76 suffered from some form of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease. According to PBS's ...NFL player who killed girlfriend in murder-suicide had brain damageCBS NewsStudy: 96% of Deceased NFL Players' Brains Had Degenerative DiseaseTIME76 of 79 deceased NFL players' brains had evidence of degenerative diseaseThe VergeSB Nation -AL.com -SportsGridall 264 news articles »

  • Cincinnati.com (blog)FCC Eliminates Its Sports Blackout Rule, Rebuffing NFL's PushNew York TimesThe N.F.L. strongly opposed the F.C.C. action. But Commissioner Ajit Pai, a Republican, echoed the sentiments of the five commissioners by saying: “It is not the place of the federal government to intervene in the private marketplace and help sports ...FCC votes to abandon NFL blackout ruleCincinnati.com (blog)FCC votes to end NFL blackout ruleSB NationThe FCC's Elimination Of The Sports Blackout Rule Is Not A Touchdown For NFL ...ForbesCNNMoney -ESPN -CBSSports.comall 514 news articles »

  • Winners and Losers from first quarter of 2014 seasonNFL.comThus, everyone assumed the Cowboys would be even worse this season, but that's just not how the NFL works. It's too random and has too many moving parts to be so predictable. Rolando McClain has been a revelation at linebacker, and new defensive ...

  • New York Daily NewsGloria Allred accuses NFL of dragging feet in investigation of player accused ...New York Daily NewsThe NFL's "silence is deafening," says Gloria Allred, the lawyer representing a woman allegedly raped by an unnamed NFL player. In a Monday afternoon press conference, Allred accused the NFL of violating its own personal conduct policy because it ...and more »

  • FiveThirtyEightNFL Week 5 Elo Ratings And Playoff OddsFiveThirtyEightThe perception after the NFL's fourth week of play is that parity reigns supreme. Only two teams, the Arizona Cardinals and Cincinnati Bengals, remain undefeated — and they're both 3-0 rather than 4-0, having had a bye last week. No one else seems to ...NFL Picks Week 5: New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles set to bounce ...The Times-Picayune - NOLA.comall 10 news articles »

  • After FCC vote, NFL reiterates its commitment to free TVNBCSports.comThe NFL opposed the effort to dump the blackout rule in part by suggesting that the removal of the ability to prevent games from being televised for free in markets where the home team had failed to sell out the stadium would lead to the NFL fleeing ...

  • USA TODAYRoyals advance to ALDS in wild walk-off winUSA TODAYThe NFL admits officials were wrong to penalize Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah for going to knees and saying a prayer after he scored a touchdown in Monday's win over the New England Patriots. "Husain Abdullah should not have been ...

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