Category Archives: NFL

NFL, to Colin Kaepernick: Nope, we’re not done making your life he**

The Washington Post’s Kevin Blackistone hits the proverbial nail on the head: The National Football League is getting even with quarterback Colin Kaepernick, whose “sin” was to take a knee during the playing of the national anthem on multiple occasions … Continue reading

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FLASH: 49er legend Clark, who made “The Catch,” announces he has ALS

The San Jose Mercury News picks up the details that were first revealed on his blog. “I have ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease,” the legendary 49ers wide receiver wrote. “Those words are still very hard for me to say.” Clark … Continue reading

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Pittsburgh mayor, to local NFL team officials: Nope, no more public money for you!

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports the mayor of Pittsburgh has a blunt message to the city’s NFL team owners: You’ve taken enough public money already. “What we’ve said is there is enough revenue being generated on that piece of land through … Continue reading

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The winner of tomorrow’s Sewer Bowl will be…

Time for you to vote

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This week’s “Award for Arrogance” goes to…

…the Oakland-but-Want-to-Be-Las-Vegas Raiders! The Las Vegas Review Journal has the details. The Oakland Raiders have submitted a proposed lease agreement to the Las Vegas Stadium Authority that would have the team pay $1 a year in rent for the use … Continue reading

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So, Los Angeles has two NFL teams (and cue the laughs)…

…and both basically were not wanted in the cities they used to call home. Nope, be quiet. You know as well as I that if the people of St. Louis and San Diego wanted to get raked over the coals … Continue reading

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Now…NOW…Santa Clara feels duped by the 49ers

San Francisco’s ABC-7 reports that declining success on the field and fewer people in the stands has Santa Clara officials worried about the deal that brought the 49ers there from San Francisco. As fan enthusiasm wanes for the losing team, … Continue reading

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