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American football - Titans agree to extension with Casey

- Defensive tackle Jurrell Casey has agreed to a multi-million dollar contract extension, making him the highest paid player with the National Football League's Tennessee Titans. The 24-year-old Casey has been a solid contributor for the Titans since they picked him in the third round of the 2011 NFL entry draft.

Titans agree to extension with Casey

Defensive tackle Jurrell Casey has agreed to a multi-million dollar contract extension, making him the highest paid player with the National Football League's Tennessee Titans. The 24-year-old Casey has been a solid contributor for the Titans since they picked him in the third round of the 2011 NFL entry draft. Show More Summary

Predicting the Top 10 Defensive Player of the Year Candidates in 2014

Offenses are as dominant as they've ever been in the National Football League's 90-plus-year history. Just look at the 2013 Denver Broncos, who became the first team in history to score more than 600 points in a season. However, it's...Show More Summary

The NFL, Where Smoking Pot Is 8 Times Worse Than Beating a Woman

Outraged swelled in July when star Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was suspended just two games by the National Football League for allegedly knocking his fiancée out cold in a casino elevator. Compared to the one-year ban Browns...Show More Summary

American football - Browns receiver Gordon suspended one year

- The National Football League has slapped Josh Gordon with a one-year ban for substance abuse after the Cleveland Browns player's appeal was denied. The league said in its statement that the 23-year-old Gordon's "eligibility for reinstatement will be determined following the 2014 season". Show More Summary

Browns receiver Gordon suspended one year

The National Football League has slapped Josh Gordon with a one-year ban after the Cleveland Browns player's appeal was denied. The year-long suspension comes after the 23-year-old Gordon violated the league's substance-abuse policy....Show More Summary

Seattle Fan Receives Seahawks-Themed Prosthetic Eye as Anniversary Present

Seattle Seahawks fans are among the best in all of the National Football League, but one fan may stand out from the rest of the 12th Man. KIRO TV's Michael Fox shared the awesome story of die-hard Seahawks fan Bill VandenBush. Back in 1969, VandenBush was caught in the middle of gunfire while trying to help the crew of a downed helicopter in Vietnam. Show More Summary

American football - First openly gay player survives Rams cut

- Michael Sam, the National Football League's first openly gay player, moved one step closer to a place in the St. Louis Rams' line-up Tuesday by surviving a league-mandated roster cut. The Rams trimmed four players from the active roster...Show More Summary

Concha: Integrity Questions, Lack of ROI Make NBC’s Decision to Employ Sharpton Stupefying

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

or a good stretch of last decade, Randy Moss and Terrell Owens were considered the best receivers in the National Football League. Moss had height and speed, Owens had strength and no fear (even playing a Super Bowl on a not-even-close-to-healed broken leg back in '05)...

Judge scraps electronic evidence in ex-NFL star's murder case

A judge has thrown out some electronic evidence in a murder case against former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez because of a paperwork problem, according to local media reports on Tuesday. Bristol County Superior CourtShow More Summary

Dear ESPN, Michael Sam's Teammates Are Over Your Over-Coverage

Have you heard St. Louis Rams rookie Michael Sam is the National Football League's first openly gay player? It was a huge story — back in May Some people have since grown tired of what they feel is ESPN's unrelenting over-coverage of...Show More Summary

Realistic Projections for Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Starters

There's a common misconception going around the city of Philadelphia that the Eagles had a bad defense last season. Not just a bad defense, but one of the worst defenses in the National Football League. I'm honestly not sure where people got this idea from. Show More Summary

Redskins safety Meriweather banned for two games

Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather was suspended for two games by the National Football League on Monday for the hit he inflicted on Baltimore receiver Torrey Smith in a pre-season match. The league banished Meriweather for...Show More Summary

Richard Sherman Believes Fantasy Football Is Behind the Increase in Penalties

The National Football League has put a lot of emphasis on cutting down on the amount of contact a defender can make with a receiver, so there have been a lot more flags this preseason than in the past. Outspoken Seattle Seahawks cornerback...Show More Summary

Why local media struggle covering sports stadium construction

The word of the National Football League commissioner is not law. But the opening line of a 2,300-word piece in the Buffalo News last month might have fooled casual readers: “The question has been on the minds of every Buffalo Bills fan ever since National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell said the team needs a new stadium: Where should it be?”...

Jay Cutler: Chicago Bears QB Donates $15K To Little League Team

Jay Cutler is supporting a team of Little League baseball players in the wake of a devastating loss. Cutler, the quarterback for the National Football League’s Chicago Bears, is donating money and autographed jerseys to the Jackie Robinson West All-Star baseball team. On Saturday, the team lost the Little League World Series championship to a

NFL Now joins Apple TV

As the National Football League looks to expand its reach beyond the traditional platforms, it has reached an agreement to have NFL Now carried on Apple TV. NFL Now is an over the top service that gives fans access to free content as well as videos through subscriptions. The NFL announced the addition of its […]

Washington Post To Stop Using Racist NFL Team Nickname. FINALLY.

Way back in 1992 the Washington Post concluded that "the time-hallowed name bestowed upon the local National Football League champions — the Redskins — is really pretty offensive." (Emphasis mine.) Today they announced they will no longer use the term. On the one hand, it's nice to see a place as influential as the Post doing the right thing. Show More Summary

Super Bowl Halftime: Reps For John Mayer, Metallica, Arcade Fire, Billy Joel, Others Tell NFL To ‘Get Stuffed’

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, last week the Wall Street Journal revealed that the National Football League was basically shaking down the music industry by asking for a “financial contribution” to play the coveted halftime slot at the Super Bowl. The report stated that the NFL had narrowed its list of possible performers for

Washington Post editorials drop 'Redskins' name

last weekNews : The Newsroom

The Washington Post newspaper's editorial board announced Friday it will no longer use the controversial nickname of the National Football League's Washington Redskins, supporting calls that the word is offensive. The newspaper's editorial...Show More Summary

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