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Op-Ed: NFL expansion: Is a 'new' team the way to go?

As the NFL season looms fans get ready to cheer on their home team. With rumor winds blowing harder than ever about an NFL return to LA, expansion of the league is a hot topic going into the 2015 season.

Op-Ed: The Hall of Fame Game: Everything it isn't cracked up to be

The wait is over and football is on the horizon with fall weather to follow. Fans now look to the start of the NFL season. This comes in the way of the Hall of Fame Game, but is this game doing enough for what it represents?

Op-Ed: The Arena Football League, why not?

In this time of year it seems people are always craving to fill the whole the end of the football season leaves. For many, the solution has been around for decades, the Arena Football League.

Op-Ed: NFL combine not just for rookies anymore

The NFL off season is here, and fans all around will look for something to fill the void. One part of this is the NFL Scouting Combine, designed specifically for those just removed from the college game isn't the only combine in town any more.

Op-Ed: Trent Richardson — Biggest bust ever

It is fair to say that 2012 3rd overall pick Trent Richardson is a bust. Going a step further, he is the biggest draft bust ever. So move over Ryan Leaf, and JaMarcus Russell and feel better when you look back at your own less than magical careers.

Op-Ed: Inside the great Peyton Manning

With the Super Bowl right around the corner it seems only natural, as two teams get set to see who is the best in the world, we consider greatness and what constitutes it, and who truly has it.

New England Patriots accused of cheating, again

It has been confirmed, following a 45-7 dismantling of the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship game, the New England Patriots are under investigation for under-inflated footballs that were used in the game.

Op-Ed: Seattle, New England to meet in Arizona — Super Bowl XLIX

The Seahawks and Patriots meet in Arizona to decide who will be crowned Super Bowl 49 Champion. Tom Brady looks for his fourth world championship in his sixth trip to the big show while the Seahawks try to remain champs for at least one more year.

Op-Ed: The Buckeyes draw close

Now that the college football post-season has wrapped up and a new champion has been crowned we can take a look at 2014 as a season of change. The playoffs brought this, but a change in power also took shape.

Op-Ed: NFL playoffs seeds — Time for change

It's that time again for football fans, a time when we all wonder, “Who will be in the Super Bowl?” As the NFL is in the thick of the playoffs the criteria to get the chance to play for the Lombardi Trophy should be discussed.

Photo Essay: Chiefs dominate in season opener against Jaguars Special

Jacksonville - In Week 1 of the 2013 NFL regular season, the two worst performing teams of the 2012 season faced each other in Jacksonville, Fla. The Kansas City Chiefs easily defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 28-2 in what the local newspaper called a "dismal opener."

Op-Ed: Forget priests, let’s have some female NFL coaches

Since becoming the head guy in The Vatican, Pope Francis has pulled a bigger beach crowd than the Rolling Stones, walked through slums, and washed and kissed the feet of prisoners.

Garrett Reid the oldest son of Eagles coach was found dead

Bethlehem - Heartbreak has hit Philadelphia Ealges’ head coach Andy Reid and his family once again. A little after 7:00 this morning, coach Reid’s son Garrett, 29, was found dead.

The NFL scandal that won't go away Special

New Orleans - On March 21st of this year, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodall suspended New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton for the entire 2012 season, and suspended Greg Williams, who is now in Saint Louis, indefinitely because of a reported bounty program.

Op-Ed: Terrell Owens cut by IFL

Terrell Owens was cut yesterday from the indoor football league team, the Allen Wranglers. Owens was a no-show for children's hospital appearance as well as refusing to play in two road games with playoff implications.

Professional football forbidden in Islam, Egypt cleric states

Alexandria - An Egyptian Salafi cleric has said that the victims of last weeks football violence died in sin as football is forbidden in Islam. He later tempered his remark to clarify only professional football is forbidden under Sharia law.

Super Bowl ad revenue hits new milestone

Indianapolis - Every year, the NFL's championship game features some of the most entertaining commercials ever produced in between all the action on the gridiron. This year, NBC raked in $4 million per commercial, setting new all-time records.

NFL: Thanksgiving Day Gridiron Re-cap

Family, friends, good food and of course football. Here is a short recap of all three NFL battles fought on Thanksgiving Day.

Op-Ed: NFL Football in 2011

Fans of professional football are now fearing that the only football they are going to see in 2011 was when the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl back in February. We will see the National Football League this fall.

NFL considering extending season to 18 games

The National Football League is considering extending the NFL regular season to 18 games from the current 16 games. On Friday the league and union representatives met again and discussed expanding the season.

Saint's Shockey rushed to hospital

New Orleans - New Orleans' tight end Jeremy Shockey was rushed to a New Orleans hospital Thursday during practice after being "stricken."

Donovan McNabb traded to Washington Redskins

The Philadelphia Eagles have reportedly traded their quarterback to the Washington Redskins. While details of the trade have not been fully disclosed, it does involve future draft picks.

NFL: Steelers Roethlisberger accused of sexual assault

Ben Roethlisberger has been accused of sexual assault by a woman in Georgia Friday, even though charges haven't been filed against the Pittsburgh quarterback.

NFL: Bears land Peppers

Today was the first day of free agency and a number of teams wasted no time either dumping or signing players. The Chicago Bears might have made the biggest splash of the day with their signing.

NFL: Holtz interest in Martz and Bears

Former St. Louis Rams' receiver Torry Holt has expressed interest in joining his former coach, Mike Martz, now a part of the Chicago Bears' coaching staff.

NFL: Saints Headed to First Super Bowl, Face Colts

New Orleans has hosted the Super Bowl, but they have never been to one, until this year. On Sunday the New Orleans Saints stopped the Minnesota Vikings to earn their first trip to the Super Bowl. They'll face the Indianapolis Colts.

NFL: Ravens Knock Out Pats

The New England Patriots hadn't lost a playoff game at home since 1978, until Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens came into Gillette Stadium and shut down the Pats.

NFL: Kurt Warner Likely to Retire

Reports from Arizona say that quarterback Kurt Warner will be retiring after the season. The 38 year-old Warner has two Super Bowl MVP. one Super Bowl victory, and five pro bowl selections.

NFL: Cowboys go 3 and 0 Against the Eagles

The Dallas Cowboys went up against the Philadelphia Eagles for the third time this season and the second time in a less than a week.

Pro Football: Carolina Moves Delhomme to Injured Reserve

Carolina Panther's quarterback Jack Delhomme hasn't been making the progress needed, so team moves him to injured reserve. This now raises questions as to his future with the organization.
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