NFL keeps remaining games in-house, leaves OLN in cold (USA

NFL keeps remaining games in-house, leaves OLN in cold (USA Today)
So much for the speculation Comcast, the USA’s biggest cable operator, would turn its Outdoor Life Network into a powerhouse sports channel.

Lawyer at NFL helmet-maker to be `regular fan’ on Sunday (Chicago Tribune)
As an elementary and high school center fielder, high on Dick Lester’s want-to-have list was a pair of Riddell cleated baseball shoes.

End of NFL season is grave time for fans (Bradenton Herald)
Get accustomed to the feeling. Sunday was the trial run.

The Rooneys of Pittsburgh Hold to Their Trusted Path (Washington Post)
Owner Dan Rooney still runs the Steelers, one of the NFL’s most stable franchises, much like his father Art did when he brought football to Pittsburgh in 1933.

NFL Keeps Remaining Games in-House, Leaves OLN in Cold (RedNova)
By Michael Hiestand So much for the speculation Comcast, the USA’s biggest cable operator, would turn its Outdoor Life Network into a powerhouse sports channel.

SPORT CHECK NFL: Network gets eight games (The Biloxi Sun Herald)
The NFL Network will broadcast eight prime-time games on Thursdays and Saturdays beginning next season.

NFL Network sets prime-time viewing (Asbury Park Press)
The NFL Network will broad-

WEEKLY RELEASE: No. 8 FSU Baseball Opens The Season Friday Versus CSU At 4:00 pm (CSTV’s College Sports)
Florida State will look to win their 26th consecutive home opener.

Flaggingexcitement (Daily Tribune)
HIBBING Watching NFL playoff games, reminds me why I like baseball so much. I watched some of the NFC championship game, in which the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Carolina Panthers. At one point, the Panthers Steve Smith appeared to score a touchdown on a punt return.

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