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  • For The WinThe NFL-shaming 'Concussion' aired a commercial during Thanksgiving gameFor The WinWill Smith's upcoming Concussion, a movie that supposedly will be a shock to NFL fans and expose the seedy underbelly of years of neglect from the league to head injuries, aired its first commercial during an NFL game on Thanksgiving, contests which ...and more »

  • Sports IllustratedCollege ranks biggest threat to lure Chip"Colleges are certainly much more of a threat than NFL teams. Mainly because if he did want to change teams, it's incredibly complicated in the NFL. But USC still has interest in Chip Kelly. They would pose the biggest threat to him. But when you do ...Chip Kelly's loss of control becoming a major concern for punchless EaglesSports Illustratedall 192 news articles »

  • Sports IllustratedTarget for Peyton's return: Week 15 vs. SteelersNFL.comNFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday on NFL GameDay Morning that Manning is at least three weeks from playing. "The official release was that Manning would be out at least two weeks -- my understanding is it's at least three weeks (from ...Blanket Coverage: This time, Broncos-Patriots is all about defense, not QBsSports Illustratedall 3,142 news articles »

  • CBS NewsNFL Concussions Fast Factsfox2now.comHere's some background information about concussions in the NFL. Reports show an increasing number of retired NFL players who have suffered concussions developed memory and cognitive issues such as dementia, Alzheimer's, depression and chronic ...Former NFL Player Frank Gifford Suffered From CTE, Says FamilyABC NewsFrank Gifford's family says he had degenerative brain diseaseNFL.comFamily: NFL Hall of Famer Frank Gifford had CTE in his brainCBS NewsBBC News -The Atlanticall 541 news articles »

  • NBCSports.comWill Mike Shula finally get NFL head-coaching consideration?NBCSports.comWhen listing assistant coaches who could be NFL head coaches in 2016, names like Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase and Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels sit near the top of the stack. One name has yet to crack the assistant coach “A” list.and more »

  • For The WinWhen and how to watch Thanksgiving Day NFL gamesFor The WinIt's the best football and eating day of the year. Thanksgiving is here, and we have a full day of NFL games to enjoy, cheer, and fall asleep to. (That turkey sneaks up on you.) Here is TV information for today's games (all times E.T.) ...NFL Thanksgiving Schedule: Who's Playing Today and When?Daily NorsemanThursday's NFL MatchupsNew York TimesNFL TV schedule of Thanksgiving Day games: Time, TV, channel, live stream, how ...NJ.comFanSided -Syracuse.comall 570 news articles »

  • Bleacher ReportNFL Predictions Week 12: Bleacher Report's Expert Consensus ProjectionsBleacher ReportNFL football is already appointment viewing four days a week, seventeen weeks a year, plus playoff weekends and the Super Bowl, but there's something special about Thanksgiving—one of the few remaining ties the NFL has to its days of leather helmets.NFL schedule: Patriots-Broncos, stacked Thanksgiving Day slate in Week 12ESPNall 17 news articles »

  • Re/codeWhy the Internet Could — But Probably Won't — Land a Mega-Deal With the NFLRe/codeTV may be in decline, but it's still huge. And the biggest thing on TV is the NFL. Which is why the upcoming auction for the NFL's slate of Thursday night games is going be fierce. Most of the big broadcast networks, and at least one cable network ...Here's what network TV ratings would look like without the NFLCNNMoneyNFL aims to boost network with 'Thursday Night Football' bidding warNew York PostNFL Reportedly Shopping Rights to Broadcast Thursday Night FootballBleacher Reportall 93 news articles »

  • Syracuse.comNFL injury report, Week 12: Status updates for Alshon Jeffery, Calvin Johnson ...Syracuse.comSt. Louis Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins, left, breaks up a pass intended for Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery in the end zone Sunday in St. Louis. (Tom Gannam | The Associated Press). Print Email · Matthew Fairburn | ...and more »

  • CNNNFL: Concussion protocols failed with Rams quarterback whose head hit turfCNNThe protocols are designed to assess and manage player concussions, which have led to a class-action legal controversy for the league, as thousands of players sued the NFL in 2012 for negligence for failing to tell players of the link between ...NFL has conference call to remind all teams of concussion protocolNBCSports.comNFL's Concussion Spotters Overlooked a Big OneBloomberg Viewall 324 news articles »

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