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Jovan Belcher's Murder-Suicide Raises Questions of Traumatic Brain Injury in

Jovan Belcher, a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs shot and killed his girlfriend in front of his mother on Saturday morning (December 1, 2012), and then drove to the Chief's practice facility where he killed himself in front of head coach Romeo ...
Report: Ray Rice video addressed to NFL security chief

- 4 days ago @ ATLANTIC CITY (AP) — The video of Ray Rice punching his fiancee inside a casino elevator was sent to NFL headquarters to the attention of league security chief Jeffrey Miller in April, a law enforcement official says. The NFL has repeatedly said no ...

Injury report: Megatron questionable vs. Jets

- 3 days ago @ The evolution of the NFL: Take a look at how the NFL has evolved from its humble roots, and the efforts being made to ensure it continues to grow. Megatron returned to practice Friday after missing the last two sessions with an ankle injury. He's ...

NFL player accused of rape back on the field day after victim files police

- 3 days ago @ An NFL player accused of rape on Saturday and allowed to play just 24 hours later could be the league's next — and potentially explosive — scandal. High-octane attorney Gloria Allred laid out some of the details in a Friday letter to NFL Commissioner ...

NFL teams are getting caught short-handed at running back

- 2 days ago @ The NFL season isn't even a quarter over and already a robust list of front-line running backs have been out of games because of injury.

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NFL says Abdullah should not have been penalized

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The NFL said Tuesday that Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah should not have been penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct when he dropped to his knees in prayer after an interception.

NFL admits mistake in penalizing Husain Abdullah for religious celebration

he NFL wasted no time in admitting a mistake in penalizing Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah, who went to the ground in Muslim prayer after scoring a touchdown against the Patriots

NFL: Husain Abdullah should not have been penalized

Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah was flagged for going to the ground after celebrating an interception he returned for a touchdown. The NFL said Tuesday morning that the refs erred by throwing that flag, as Abdullah was clearly praying.

FCC may end NFL blackout rule Tuesday; Bills fans likely to rejoice

The FCC may overturn a decades-old rule Tuesday that prevents NFL games from being broadcast if tickets don't sell out. The Buffalo Bills have been affected by the rule more than any other team.

2014 NFL Power Rankings — Week 5: Patriots tumble from top 10

The Bengals remain first. The Cardinals move up to second after the Eagles' loss. New England falls to 15th after the Monday night debacle. The Raiders take over last.

NFL: Flagging KC's Abdullah for prayer wrong

Flagging KC's Abdullah for prayer wrong

NFL penalizes Muslim player for praying after Chiefs touchdown

Husain Abdullah believes the slide before his prayer drew the flag.

NFL TV ratings on the rise despite domestic violence fumble

By Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Americans are tuning into NFL football in greater numbers than last year, according to early season viewership figures, signaling the league's fumbled handling of domestic violence cases has not dented its overall popularity. Through the first three weeks of the season, audiences watching nationally televised primetime broadcasts have risen and nearly all ...





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Kyle Fuller Already Ahead of Schedule in Bright Young NFL Career

Bleacher Report: Fuller has the skill set to match up outside of the numbers in the NFL because he can play press, accelerate out of the break and run with the top of the route tree. He's a physical player—a rookie who wants to challenge receivers. That was on display ...

NFL Week 4 Rookie Rankings: Surveying Rookie Class Post Week 3

Bleacher Report: Three weeks into the 2014 NFL season, it's becoming clearer which rookies are capable of being standouts every week and which players might not be able to follow up strong first impressions with consistent performances. The top standouts include ...

What we learned Sunday in the NFL, Week 3: The wide

Sunday left us wondering which teams are the AFC's best. In the NFC, the 3-0 Cards and Eagles are getting hard to overlook. The SB Nation NFL team tackles those teams and two rookie QB debuts.

The real rise of the 'offensive weapon' in the NFL -

Last season, the NFL politely asked the Jacksonville Jaguars to cease and desist from designating rookie Denard Robinson as an offensive weapon, or "OW" on their official roster. Robinson had been a quarterback in college ...


Muslim NFL player penalized for praying?

Kansas City Chiefs free safety Husain Abdullah carries the ball after intercepting a pass and running it back 39 yards for a touchdown during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, in Kansas ...


NFL Week 5 Picks: Colts over Ravens, Bears top Panthers, 49ers over Chiefs The problem here though is that if you pay $19 for an alcoholic beverage at an NFL game, it should not be expired. As a matter of fact, if you pay $19, the beer should be brewed right in front of you and poured into a cup made of 24 karat gold. Anyway ...

NFL Week 4 Roundup: Frank Gore stars in 49ers' win; more scores

The Denver Post: The Cowboys kept Drew Brees and the Saints scoreless in the first half after giving up an NFL-record 40 first downs in a 49-17 blowout loss in New Orleans last year. Brees led two scoring drives early in the fourth quarter to cut a 31-3 deficit in half ...

NFL Week 4 Early Games: Kickoff time, Schedule, TV Channel, More

NFL Week 4 Early Games 2014. While the Philadelphia Eagles don't play against the San Francisco 49ers until 4:25 PM on Sunday, there are a number of NFL Week 4 early games to watch in the meantime.The bad news is that not NFC East teams are in action. The New York Giants and Washington Redskins already faced off on Thursday Night Football. New York crushed Washington on the road by a score of 45 ...


Bob McManaman's NFL Week 4 predictions Sep 11, 2014: Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. (89) high fives fans after beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 26-6 at M&T Bank Stadium. (Photo: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports). 14 CONNECT 21 TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE.

NFL results and scores: Buccaneers shock Steelers, Packers pull away from Bears

SB Nation: The most anticipated games of the early Week 4 slate failed to live up to their billings. The Green Bay Packers trounced the Chicago Bears behind a big day from Aaron Rodgers. At the same time, the Baltimore Ravens laid an even bigger beatdown on the ...

Keith Olbermann calls Budweiser the real NFL commissioner

Watch this to the end because the Vikings Bros In Suits "Get Things Right" supercut is terrific. Recommended. Marshall Faulk asks who the Steelers on-field leaders are · Raiders 2015 Hall of Fame snubs · Advanced Baseline ...


NFL Week 5 opening line report — Betting market reacts to Sunday With only the Dolphins and Raiders on bye in Week 5, there is almost a full card of NFL action to handicap. Below is a look at the opening lines for the league's first 15 games of October. The Sunday line movement cited below was tracked on ...

Fans flood London's Regent Street for NFL festival LONDON -- If NFL executive vice president of international Mark Waller needed confirmation of his goal of having an NFL franchise in London by 2022, it came on Saturday -- one day before the Raiders and Dolphins clash at Wembley Stadium -- in the form ...

Wembley welcome just the tonic for embattled NFL

London (AFP) - After one of the most turbulent periods in the history of the NFL, Sunday's sold-out clash between the Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins at Wembley will prove that even the current rash of off-field scandals can't halt the sport's remarkable growth in the United Kingdom.


Watch 'SNL' skewer the NFL, the Ravens, Roger Goodell and pretty much

Perhaps the NFL thought the worst of its very, very bad two-plus weeks was over when “South Park” eviscerated it and the Washington Redskins on Wednesday night. The NFL would be wrong. That's because “Saturday Night Live” returned, ripping the ...

Steve Smith Sr. puts on a show against former team Cam Newton finished his second game in a row on the sideline, watching the final minutes of a Carolina Panthers blowout loss to an AFC North opponent. The Baltimore Ravens took them apart in a 38-10 victory. 1. We didn't see any blood or guts, but ...

NFL Nation Week 4 game predictions

ESPN (blog): Carolina rushed 48.3 percent of the time last season but has rushed only 21.7 percent in their three games this year. The Panthers will be facing a Baltimore team ranked eighth in the NFL against the run. The Ravens will make Carolina too one-dimensional.

NFL sponsors avoid Ravens, Vikings due to off-the-field incidents, per report

SB Nation: Several NFL sponsors also are asking questions. Multiple media buyers tell THR that clients have requested their ads not appear during games featuring the Ravens or Minnesota Vikings, the team of suspended running back Adrian Peterson (due in a Texas ...

Saturday Night Live Spoofs NFL Crisis, Ravens and Panthers (video)

One Saturday Night Live Segment shows NFL players from the Baltimore Ravens and Carolina Panthers introduce themselves by which crime they've committed. Leave it to Saturday Night Live to tackle the biggest issues plaguing the NFL. The season premiere of SNL featured a "State of the NFL" address, with Kenan Thompson as Ray Lewis and Jay Pharoah as Shannon Sharpe.

Your NFL Week 4 Viewing Maps - Deadspin

The highlight of the 1:00 slate is, I suppose, Steve Smith and the Ravens hosting the Panthers. I don't know if it's that intriguing of a game, but I'm pretty sure I heard on ESPN this week that Steve Smith has promised to ...

Adam Schefter: NFL Players Had Access To Rice Video Weeks After

It seems like each day brings a new piece of information making it very, very hard to believe that the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens never saw video of Ray Rice knocking out Janay Palmer before TMZ made the tape public.


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