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Los Angeles Stadium Could Bring Shift in NFL Divisions
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Construction of an NFL stadium in the Los Angeles area could come with another change: a possible shift in divisions for the Oakland Raiders or the San Diego Chargers.
The teams have proposed a shared $1.7 billion stadium in the city of Carson — one of two stadium propo…
Seahawks Drop Preseason Opener to Denver
SEATTLE (AP) — Brock Osweiler was composed and efficient, leading the Denver Broncos to scores on all five first-half possessions. An impressive effort, even if it came against a makeshift Seattle defense.
Osweiler was 15 of 20 for 151 yards and a touchdown playing the first half in the Broncos…
NFL Using Gold 50-yard Line Numbers
No need to adjust your television sets. Those are gold numbers at midfield in NFL exhibition games.
Throughout the preseason and regular season, NFL fields will have gold 50s at midfield. It's to commemorate the 50th Super Bowl, which will be played next February in Santa Clara, California...
It’s Football Hall of Fame Weekend in Canton.
CANTON, Ohio (AP) — Induction ceremonies for the class of 2015 for the Pro Football Hall of Fame are being held tomorrow in Canton, Ohio. This year's class consists of former players Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, Charles Haley, Junior Seau, Will Shields and Mick Tingelhoff...
NFL Partners With CFL for Concussion Tests
NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL and CFL are partnering on concussion testing during Canadian league games and practices this season.
The leagues announced the agreement Thursday.
During CFL training camp and regular-season games that began in June, team medical staffs have been using a remove-from-play …
Former Lions RB Mel Farr Dies at Age 70
DETROIT (AP) — Mel Farr, the Detroit Lions' running back who rushed for over 3,000 yards in seven NFL seasons, has died. He was 70.
A Lions spokesman said Farr's son confirmed his father died Monday.
Farr spent his entire NFL career with Detroit, from 1967-73...
Tom Brady: ‘I Did Nothing Wrong’ in Deflategate
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Embattled New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is defending himself in the deflated footballs scandal.
Brady says in a 507-word Facebook post on Wednesday morning that he did nothing wrong. He also says that he replaced his broken phone with a new one after his la…

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