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  • Al Davis was a successful, controversial figure in NFL

     
    Al Davis, who died Saturday at 82, was a controversial figure in American sports, who moved his team twice, while creating one of the most successful franchises in football....
  • 2012 NFL Pro Bowl Jan. 29 on NBC

     
    The NFL’s best — minus the players for the New England Patriots and the New York Giants who are participating in Super Bowl XLVI and any other players who have to withdraw due to “injury” — head to Aloha Stadium in Honolulu...
  • Judge denies EA plea to dismiss NFL players' lawsuit

     
    A federal judge Friday denied a motion from Electronic Arts Inc. to dismiss a lawsuit filed by former National Football League players alleging that the video game company misappropriated their likenesses in its Madden NFL titles. The ruling, by Judge.......
  • Dennis Miller talks a few moments, then he's 'Outta Here!'

     
    Let it never be said that the smirky, prickly and sometimes arrogant personality comedian/commentator Dennis Miller has put on public display for more than 25 years is just an act. At least not if his demeanor in a recent telephone......
  • John Madden retires from broadcasting

    "Sunday Night Football" announcer John Madden, who's been a fixture on NFL broadcasts for 30 years, says he's retiring from broadcasting. The 73-year-old Madden issued a statement Thursday (April 16) saying simply, "It's time." "I have two great sons...
  • John Madden confesses: He doesn't play Madden football

    John Madden confesses: He doesn't play Madden football
  • Christmas turducken: A whole lot of a good thing

    Christmas turducken: A whole lot of a good thing
    At first glance, it looks like a roast turkey on steroids. Slice into it and there's layer after layer of meats and stuffings. It's a glorious monster of a roast, a guaranteed showstopper at any holiday dinner. Forget Dickens' prized turkey -- this bird...
  • Book review: 'Badasses: The Legend of Snake, Foo, Dr. Death and John Madden's Oakland Raiders' by Peter Richmond

    Book review: 'Badasses: The Legend of Snake, Foo, Dr. Death and John Madden's Oakland Raiders' by Peter Richmond
    One of the most enjoyable experiences for many sports fans is to spend time with a former player or coach and listen to war stories — particularly if the tales involve some of the lesser-publicized shenanigans that occurred off the court or...
  • Ravens will give Ogden time to consider a return

    Ravens will give Ogden time to consider a return
    Brian Billick and Ozzie Newsome are too polite to put Jonathan Ogden on the spot, so I will: Stick around. Things can only get better. Ogden spent several months agonizing over his decision to return for the 2007 season, finally advising the...
  • Should media cover political conventions?

     
    by Frank James Slate's often provocative media critic Jack Shafer provokes again, questioning why 15,000 reporters are going to the political conventions which he says are news-free gatherings. Shafer comes to bury conventions, not to praise them. With...
  • George Steinbrenner waves, Kelly Clarkson sings

     
    Here is Newsday's comprehensive coverage of the first regular-season game at the new big ballpark in the Bronx. Among the stories is mine about the pregame festivities, quite a multi-tasking feat given I covered it by reading the closed captions......