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  • UPDATE 2-NFL results

    Dec 11 (Gracenote) - Results from the NFL games on Sunday (home team in CAPS)

  • National Football League roundup

    During the 23-3 win over the Bills last Sunday in Buffalo, McDaniels and Brady exchanged words and the New England quarterback stormed off the field animated while continuing to bark at McDaniels.

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    Dec 8 (The Sports Xchange) - Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam introduced new general manager John Dorsey on Friday and said the team "absolutely" complied with the NFL's Rooney Rule that requires NFL teams to interview at least one minority candidate.

  • Ohio plan to sue MLS owner over team move likely to fail: experts

    CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Ohio's threatened lawsuit to prevent a Major League Soccer (MLS) team from leaving the state is unlikely to be successful in court, legal experts say.

  • Falcons stop Saints to keep division hopes alive

    Matt Bryant provided the winning margin on a 52-yard field goal with just under four minutes on the clock as the Falcons (8-5) stayed in with a chance of defending their divisional crown by moving within a game of the Saints (9-4).

  • NFL standings

    Dec 8 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NFL on Thursday

  • NFL-National Football League roundup

    Dec 7 (The Sports Xchange) - The Cleveland Browns have fired executive vice president/general manager Sashi Brown, the team announced on Thursday.

  • Hall of Fame NFL quarterback Warren Moon denies harassment claim

    (Reuters) - Professional football Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon denied accusations of sexual harassment by a woman who was an executive assistant to the former National Football League player at the sports marketing firm he co-founded.

  • National Football League roundup

    ESPN's Adam Schefter reported, citing a source, that Goodell's contract is expected to pay him about $40 million per year and includes incentives. Darren Rovell, also of ESPN, reported the five-year deal could be worth twice as much annually as the first 10 years that Goodell was commissioner, during which he made $212.5 million.

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