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NFL Shifts Traditional Season Opener From Thursday To Wednesday Night

The National Football League (NFL) will begin with a Wednesday night season opener in 2012, side stepping the leagues traditional Thursday night start. The shift was announced after President Barack Obama said he would give a scheduled speech for the Democratic National Convention on Sept. 6. If the NFL was to start the regular season [...] NFL Shifts Traditional Season Opener From Thursda
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