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Added September 2nd, 2014 by Ian

Turf ripped out and replaced twice in a week at brand new NFL stadium

The brand new Levi’s Stadium in Santa, Clara, California has had the turf ripped out of it for the second time in just a few days. The new home of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers has caused nothing but trouble for the team since they started practicing and playing there. Towards the end of the preseason schedule the 49ers were beaten at home by the Denver Broncos. Three days later head coach Jim Harbaugh said the field was too dangerous and pulled his players off of it during a public practice.

The entire playing surface was then torn up and re-sodded. The 49ers managed to beat the San Diego Chargers in their next home preseason contest, but the new turf didn’t hold up to the pounding it took from the players. The field ruptured in some areas and it was visible to the naked eye. The next day the turf was being ripped out once again.

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Added August 26th, 2014 by Ian

Washington Post newspaper editorials will no longer print “Redskins” name

The protest against some American professional sports franchises is still going on, we recently reported that the MLB commissioner had not received any official complaints in this regard. Several clubs are accused of having racist names, such as the Washington Redskins of the NFL and the Cleveland Indians and Atlanta Braves MLB baseball teams. The most recent form of protest has been instigated by the Washington Post newspaper as it announced that its editorial board won’t refer to the Washington Redskins by their nickname any longer.

The newspaper’s editorial board released a press statement which said the NFL is behind the times and should change the name of its controversial teams out of common decency. Therefore, the paper said it won’t use the Redskins name unless it’s absolutely necessary since it views it as a slur. However, it’s just the editorial section of the newspaper that is objecting to the name and the rest of the publication will still use it. The editorial board added that it doesn’t believe the club and its fans harbor any racist feelings, but the word is an insult and nobody would call somebody a redskin to their face.

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Added August 19th, 2014 by Ian

NFL player turns to Olympics after being forced to retire

David Wilson was drafted into the NFL just two years ago by the New York Giants, but has already been forced to retire from professional football. Wilson walked away from the game a couple of weeks ago following the advice of doctors. They told him he could suffer some irreparable damage if he aggravated a serious neck injury that he suffered during a contest just last October. However, the 23-year old hasn’t retired from all sport since he’s now turning to track and field.

When he retired, Wilson told the press, “I’ll set another dream and be great at that because I always look at trying to be great at whatever I do.” His next goal is to make the American Olympic team as a triple jumper for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro. Wilson recently told a class full of high school students in New York City that he intends to head back to school to earn his degree and then start training for the Olympics.

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Added June 10th, 2014 by Ian

NFL hands 154 pages of Demands to Super Bowl Host City

And we all thought rock stars were picky when it came to exotic demands in their contracts. However, compared the NFL they seem to be quite easy to please. With the 2018 Super Bowl scheduled to take place in Minneapolis in a brand new $975 million stadium which is to be built in 2016, the National Football League has already handed the city 154 pages of demands.

A lot of the demands aren’t very surprising. For example, the stadium needs to seat at least 70,000 fans, the playing surface needs to meet specifications, and the lighting has to be a certain brightness etc. But the NFL is also asking for three top-class golf courses and a pair of bowling alleys for its officials. It also wants 20 free colour pages of advertising in local daily newspapers, free advertising on the radio and for the team hotels to push the NFL Network on its guests a in the 12 month period before the big game.

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Added August 20th, 2013 by Chalk

Atlanta Falcons 2014 Playoff Predictions

Added December 6th, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Thirteen With four weeks remaining in the 2012 regular season, the Houston Texans have again nosed ahead of the New England Patriots as Super Bowl favorites.

Added November 28th, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Twelve After needing overtime to win for the second straight week, the Houston Texans have fallen from Super Bowl favorite to Super Bowl co-favorite.

Added November 21st, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Eleven Despite needing almost all of OT to beat the pathetic Jacksonville Jaguars at home, the Houston Texans continue to be the favorites to win it all.

Added November 19th, 2012 by Chalk

Alex Smith Out For MNF Vs. Bears: 49ers QB Still Concussed ESPN's Chris Mortenson is reporting that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith won't play Monday night against the Chicago Bears.

Added November 15th, 2012 by Chalk

Super Bowl XLVII Odds After Week Ten The AFC is going to win the Super Bowl this year.


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