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Warren Sapp to donate brain for medical research

MIAMI (AP) — Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp is donating his brain for medical research.

ON FOOTBALL: Where some teams and players stand

It's mid-June, which means for the next month or so, NFL teams basically hibernate. Yes, even those 24/7, sleep-in-the-office, watch-film-around-the-clock coaches take some sort of a break. It's also a good time to look at key developments of the offseason, and where some teams stand heading to training camp at the end of July.

Casino Is Looking Into Buying Naming Rights At Arizona Cardinals Stadium

Cardinals ownership is looking for a naming rights partner.   In March, a sanctimonious Roger Goodell, the Commissioner of a league where 30 owners, his bosses...

Someone Forgot About Transportation Costs

We forgot about what? Transportation?   Mark Davis and his Raiders partners will be taking their business to Las Vegas at some point in the future...

The New York London Yankees? Maybe For Two Games In 2019

The Yankees in London? There are reports in London that the Yankees will come to town in 2019.   If you read London newspapers, you will...

Has A Congressional Push To Legalize Sports Gambling Nationally Started?

Right now only four states can legally offer sports gambling.   Whether the National Football League decision makers like it or not, eventually there will be...

Dolphins’ RBs and WRs focus on improving skills away from the...

Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi had a career high 1,272 yards in 2016 and the team is trying to find more ways to get him the football. Kenny Stills had his best season since his second year in New Orleans as he amassed 726 yards and nine touchdowns on just 42 receptions last year.

NFL Glad Tampa Showed Them The Money

About $100 million worth of improvements to the Buccaneers stadium was enough of an incentive for NFL owners to bring a Super Bowl to...

The Las Vegas Raiders Incredible Deal

Awww the sweet smell of subsidies   Congratulations are due to Nevada officials for not signing the worst possible stadium deal ever in the agreement with...

Dolphins rookies host Special Olympics flag football event

The Miami Dolphins rookies dove headfirst into the community on Tuesday as they teamed up with Special Olympics to host the third annual Rookie Clinic. More than 60 Special Olympics flag football players from Miami-Dade and Broward counties were selected to participate.