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The NFL’s March to Los Angeles Continues

  On August 11, a National Football League committee plans to tell the league owners if there are aby suitable options in the Los Angeles area to be the home of an NFL in 2016 and beyond until a

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Some Sports Fans May Lose Their Home Teams

Sports is supposed to be about entertainment, about having some fun watching a game played by others to take the spectator

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Sports Fans Are Constantly Kicked to the Curb

In 1995, New Jersey Devils owner John McMullen was seriously thinking of moving the hockey team to Nashville, Tennessee

Rams

The NFL’s Stay In St. Louis is Almost Over

St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke is smart enough to keep his mouth shut about his possible move of his St. Louis Rams football team to the Los Angeles area

Chargers

Will Chargers Fans Fight the NFL to Keep Team?

It appears inevitable that two NFL franchises will be relocated to Los Angeles in 2016. Stan Kroenke, the St. Louis Rams owner, wants to build a facility in Inglewood, California just outside of Los Angeles while San Diego and

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NFL Draft 2015 Winners and Losers

NFL NEWS: NFL Draft Another draft wrapped in the books and here are the top three winners and losers of the draft. Winners Atlanta Falcons The Falcons landed a cornerstone for their defense in Clemson linebacker Vic Beasley eighth

The Stadium Game: The NFL Version in LA

The National Football League is happy that two Los Angeles area municipalities are ready to build stadiums for three NFL franchises at some point but there is a long way to go before the NFL returns to LA and

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NFL Owners Don’t Care About Fans

 There is an old sports axiom that goes something like this: “We would be nowhere without our fans.” Not really true. Sports owners have been abusing fans for decades with clear examples being Walter O’Malley taking the Brooklyn Dodgers

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Could a Judge Stop the NFL From Moving to LA?

 There seems to be a lot of conjecture at this point as to the NFL’s 2016 configuration. Will Los Angeles host one or two NFL teams? Will St. Louis or Oakland or San Diego hang onto a team? Will

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NFL TV Blackout Suspension: Dropped Experiment or Ruse?

The NFL plans to show everyone of its team’s home games in 2015 in every TV market. That’s not really all that big of news because it is a rare occurrence when a game is blacked out because a