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The Duke Johnson phantom fumble at FedEx Field represents the kind of outcome that allows those who like to speculate that NFL games are fixed to attach the tin-foil hat and begin the barrage from his mother’s basement. And that’s without the NFL doing business in a city that embraces all forms of gambling. What…
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