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  • Some Things To Know As The NFL Investigates Patriots' Footballs

    Some Things To Know As The NFL Investigates Patriots' Footballs
    The NFL is very precise about its game and equipment — including the number of footballs prepared for games, how much each must weigh, and who monitors them until kickoff. One rule is very clear: Don't tamper with a football once it has been...
  • Colts' Luck, Cowboys' Romo top picks in draft for Pro Bowl

     Colts' Luck, Cowboys' Romo top picks in draft for Pro Bowl
    PHOENIX — Like sandlot players when they were kids, Hall of Famers Chris Carter and Michael Irvin chose sides on Wednesday night. This time, they were drafting some of the best football players in the game for Team Carter and Team Irvin in their...
  • Pro Bowl players vary on importance of deflated-ball issue

    Pro Bowl players vary on importance of deflated-ball issue
    PHOENIX — Andrew Luck was asked how he felt after Indianapolis' one-sided loss to New England in the AFC championship game. “The energy is sucked out of you,” he said. “You do feel deflated.” It's a word the Colts...
  • Survey: Millennials love Hawks stars Toews and Kane

    Survey: Millennials love Hawks stars Toews and Kane
    Chicagoans aren't the only ones who love the Blackhawks. Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, both 26, are the top-ranked hockey players (at 17th and 18th, respectively) on 120 Sports' first Millennials' Athletes Index, released Tuesday.  The Chicago/...
  • Even When You Guess Right, Bill Belichick Has You Fooled

     Even When You Guess Right, Bill Belichick Has You Fooled
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Poor Chuck Pagano. Even before the opening kickoff, he had it right. No, not before the start of this 45-7 rout that sent the Patriots, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady back to the Super Bowl for the sixth time in the 21st century....
  • Let the NFL's air out

    Let the NFL's air out
    Professional sport being a gentlemanly pursuit in which participants would surely step forward at the slightest possibility that even the most minor of rules had been bent, let alone broken, it's difficult to imagine anyone associated with the New England...
  • Commissioner needs to deal swiftly with Patriots footballs issue

    Commissioner needs to deal swiftly with Patriots footballs issue
    Roger Goodell has the PR equivalent of 3.1 seconds before the pocket of negativity collapses on him and the rich NFL empire over which he presides. The embattled commissioner must act swiftly and appropriately, though speed has never been his or the...
  • Team Irvin edges Team Carter 32-28 in friendly Pro Bowl

    Team Irvin edges Team Carter 32-28 in friendly Pro Bowl
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Few moved very fast, no one flattened a quarterback and there were no bone-jarring hits in the gentle, friendly version of football played at the Pro Bowl Sunday. Even in a game dominated by offense, J.J. Watt was the star. The...
  • Pro Bowl a testing range for quirky rules

    Pro Bowl a testing range for quirky rules
    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The odd rules that the NFL tried in the Pro Bowl made for a strange sideshow. No kickoffs, no blitzing, alternate possessions to start each quarter, two-minute warnings for each quarter and stopping the clock when a...
  • NFL conference-title match-ups deliver Game of Thrones

     NFL conference-title match-ups deliver Game of Thrones
    It's CCS: Conference Championship Sunday. Or another way of looking at it is that this is the penultimate chapter in the NFL's "Game of Thrones." And each of these surviving four armies is led by its own Prince Charming, but which will be crowned king?...
  • On The Fly: Paying The Price For Showing No Mercy

    On The Fly: Paying The Price For Showing No Mercy
    Michael Anderson, girls basketball coach at Arroyo Valley High in California, has been suspended two games for running up the score against Bloomington High. We're usually not so sure about penalties for such a thing, as numerous circumstances play into...