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Added July 25th, 2016 by Ian
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Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady finally accepts four-game suspension



New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady has finally accepted his four-game suspension from the NFL for the “Deflategate” scandal. After a New York court denied an appeal from the NFL players’ union and Brady, he announced that he’s no longer going to try to fight the ban and will sit out the first four contests of the 2016 season. Brady was originally suspended back in May of 2015 without pay for four regular-season games for allegedly deflating the air pressure in footballs before the Patriots beat Indianapolis in the AFC championship game. It’s believed less air pressure would enable the quarterback to get a better grip on the ball in the rainy conditions the January game was played in.

 
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Added July 25th, 2016 by Ian
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NFL considers narrowing the uprights

The NFL is considering narrowing the uprights and will place computer chips the league’s footballs to help them come to a decision on the matter. The senior vice-president of officiating for the NFL, Dean Blandino, said the goal posts may be brought closer together to make it more challenging for players to kick field goals and extra points. The league announced that 85 per cent of field goal attempts have been successful over the last three years and it may be becoming a bit too easy for them. Blandino said the league will study the situation this season by placing a computer chip in the balls during the 2016 preseason schedule.

 
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Added July 19th, 2016 by Ian
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NFL’s Dallas Cowboys take over as world’s most valuable sports franchise

The English Premier League may garner most of the headlines regarding the value of its soccer clubs, but the NFL is quietly proving to be the top sports league on the planet. Forbes magazine just released its annual list of the most valuable sports franchises and the NFL owns 27 of the top 50 places. The American football league posted 20 of the top 50 teams last year. However, the leagues that suffered the most were the NHL and Nascar as not a single team made the top 50. In fact, the 50th-ranked team is worth $1.48 billion and that is the Jacksonville Jaguars of the NFL. The number one franchise this year is the Dallas Cowboys NFL squad as it’s worth $4 billion, which is a 25 per cent jump from last year.

 
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Added May 2nd, 2016 by Ian
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Quarterback Jared Goff goes first overall in NFL Draft

The Los Angeles Rams selected 21-year-old quarterback Jared Goff of California with the first choice in the recent 2016 NFL Draft. Goff becomes the 22nd quarterback chosen with the first overall draft pick since 1967. This will be the Rams first season back in Los Angeles since being relocated from St. Louis. The Rams originally held the number 15 pick in the draft, but traded away a pair of first, second, and third round picks to the Tennessee Titans for the top pick overall. Los Angeles also got a fourth and sixth-round selection back from the Titans in the deal.

 
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Added March 14th, 2016 by Ian
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Several NFL quarterbacks on the move

 
Added February 9th, 2016 by Ian
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No surprise as Cam Newton named NFL’s MVP

 
Added February 8th, 2016 by Ian
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Broncos defence shuts down Panthers to take Super Bowl

 

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