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  • Lions' Prater thinks NFL will abandon kicking in future

    The NFL recently adopted a rule change that will move extra-point kicks from the 2-yard line to the 15-yard line this season. Detroit Lions kicker Matt Prater thinks the NFL also is trying to move something else: Kickers out the door.
  • NFL kickers have mixed reactions to new extra-point rule

    NFL kickers have mixed reactions to new extra-point rule
    The NFL will make kickers work a little harder starting later this year, and some of those players couldn't be more thrilled. “I’m excited about it,” New York Giants kicker Josh Brown said of the league's new rule that moves extra-...

    Bears free-agency preview: Specialists

    Bears free-agency preview: Specialists
    Part of a position-by-position preview of where the Bears stand entering free agency on Tuesday. SPECIALISTS Signed for 2015: Robbie Gould, Pat O’Donnell, Marc Mariani. Expiring contracts: Jeremy Cain, Jay Feely. Top-shelf free agents:...

    Cowboys -- and refs -- stun Lions in playoff thriller

    Cowboys -- and refs -- stun Lions in playoff thriller
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Seventeen unanswered points and one questionable no-call sent the Lions tumbling out of the postseason, the Cowboys on to Lambeau Field and prompted conspiracy theorists everywhere to point out the obvious — the NFL loves...

    Dolphins say Mile High altitude won't be advantage for Denver

    Dolphins say Mile High altitude won't be advantage for Denver
     DAVIE – When visiting players enter Denver’s Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium, a sign reminds them they’re at an elevation of 5,280 feet. The altitude is real, but the sign is mostly a pyschological ploy to remind them...