NFL wants to bring fans must-see TV (Austin American-Statesman)

NFL wants to bring fans must-see TV (Austin American-Statesman)
Redskins test portable television that lets sports enthusiasts watch multiple games.

2 Valley cities battle for big-league teams (The Arizona Republic)
The bid to bring more baseball teams to the Cactus League is shaping up to pit two West Valley cities against one another as Glendale and Goodyear vie for limited public funding.

Masterpiece of NFL theater (Boston Globe)
NFL Films has done as much as any single entity to create the mythology of pro football, helping transform the game from a sport into an art form for some and a religion for others. With a deft blending of unrivaled cinematography with music, emotion, and revealing interviews, NFL Films has become the mythmaker of pro football, and its latest …

University of Notre Dame: Fighting Irish Collector’s Edition DVD Review (UGO – UnderGroundOnline)
For many gridiron fans, football is much more than a sport; it’s a way of life. Whether it’s pro football or college football, people love it. The history of college football, a legacy far outdating the NFL, is as storied and traditional as the sport of baseball.

The Vikings are expected to be nearly $35 million under next year’s NFL salary cap of $109 million. And if they release several higher-paid veterans, as expected, their salary cap room could increase to more than $45 million next spring.

Dolphins De-Wire With BelAir (
It’s been a tough year for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins, who are 4-6 on the season and must win at least five of their remaining six games to have a shot at the playoffs.

NFL (Akron Beacon Journal)
ODDS Glantz-Culver Line NFL Today’s Games —— NCAA Basketball Today’s Games Old Spice Classic (At Orlando, Fla.) Final Round ——

QBs get on the ball, reach goal (Sun-Sentinel)
Brady, Manning convince NFL to allow offenses to use own footballs on the road. Playing quarterback in the NFL became a little easier in the offseason, at least in the minds of the signal-callers.

In depth: Frustration in Buffalo shows how NFL’s television policies irking fan base (USA Today)
Fan agitation with the NFL’s television and tickets policies is hitting a head in Buffalo. With Sunday’s game against Jacksonville blacked out on local TV and the late-season games on the NFL Network unavailable to many, a legion of Bills fans is rising up in frustration against a league they say takes their money but caters only to large-market teams and television networks.

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