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  • NPRAfter Major Image Fumbles, NFL Now Runs Into CongressNPRThe NFL just kicked off it's 2014 season. But the $9 billion league is currently facing two powerful opponents: its own image and Congress. Lawmakers have seized on the domestic violence, child abuse and team name controversies confronting the NFL to ...Scandals put the NFL in Congress' crosshairsBaltimore Sunall 4 news articles »

  • NFL Week 3 Results and Updated StandingsCincy JungleNFL Week 3 is nearly over with just two games left. After a full Sunday of action, there are just three undefeated teams left. The Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles being undefeated isn't much of a surprise, but the Drew Stanton-led Arizona ...

  • USA TODAYNFL hot reads: Ten key observations from Week 3USA TODAYTen snap reactions from the third Sunday of the NFL season: — It took all of 2½ games for the top four quarterbacks in May's draft to get on the field. Granted, Browns QB Johnny Manziel is still in gimmick mode — credit offensive coordinator Kyle ...and more »

  • Winners and Losers from NFL Week 3Bleacher ReportThe Detroit Lions defense played with purpose against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, Tony Romo and the Cowboys avoided an upset and pulled off a comeback victory, while Philip Rivers took care of business in Buffalo, beating the Bills. Who are the ...

  • Wall Street JournalRay Rice will argue semantics in NFL appeal, per reportSB NationRay Rice will appeal his indefinite suspension by arguing the NFL based it off a cleaned up, edited version of the security tape from a Revel Casino elevator, according to a report by ESPN's Adam Schefter. Rice was released by the Ravens, then ...Blitzing the NFL With Moral PreeningWall Street JournalThe Baltimore Ravens May Become The NFL's Los Angeles ClippersForbesNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell attends New York Giants game, but stays mumNew York Daily -ESPN -WCSH-TVall 962 news articles »

  • USA TODAYNFL Week 3 winners and losersUSA TODAYTom Brady: With an assist from nose tackle turned defensive back Vince Wilfork, the Patriots star notched his 150th NFL victory a week after coach Bill Belichick earned his 200th. Kirk Cousins: He wasn't perfect, but his 427 yards through the air led ...NFL scores and results, Week 3SB NationKiszla: Broncos-Seahawks a classic, but NFL's OT rules must changeThe Denver PostSeahawks overcome Broncos in overtime thrillerNFL.comThe Seattle Times (blog) -Boston Heraldall 1,210 news articles »

  • NPR (blog)NFL Looks To Training To Prevent Domestic Violence By PlayersNPR (blog)He also vowed that the NFL will mandate trainings on preventing abuse for all players and staff. What the trainings will entail remains to be seen. But researchers say that to truly cut back on violence among players, the NFL should address at least ...NFL Commissioner Goodell Speaks Out About Domestic Abuse ScandalCBS LocalIs powerhouse NFL at crossroads?USA TODAYNFL makes changes to rules and proceduresBoston -New York Timesall 2,144 news articles »

  • 2015 Mock Draft: Talent in place for NFL to copy Seattle, Denver templateCBSSports.comPeyton Manning and Denver fared much better this time around, proving that an offseason spent getting faster and more physical is the way to compete in today's NFL. In the copycat NFL, other teams will also be looking for dynamic edge rushers, physical ...and more »

  • NFL Week 3: The NFC West just keeps getting wilderLos Angeles TimesPeyton Manning brought the Denver Broncos so far . . . But he couldn't help the Seattle Seahawks' playing keep-away. After Denver's furious fourth-quarter rally to tie the Super Bowl rematch Sunday, the Seahawks hogged the football in overtime, ...Unheralded backups propelling surprising Cardinals; more SnapsSI.comall 16 news articles »

  • New York TimesIn Coverage of NFL Scandals, Female Voices Puncture the DinNew York TimesThe subjects were domestic violence, the N.F.L. — and her daughters. “I spent the week answering seemingly impossible questions about the league's biggest stars,” she said, her voice starting to crack with emotion. “ 'Mom: Why did he do that? Why isn ...and more »

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