1. Baltimore Ravens: Aging Wideout Derrick Mason Still Set for Success With Team

    With age comes Derrick Mason , and with Derrick Mason comes age. The fountain of youth really exists? Baloney. Brett Favre would have soaked up every last drop...

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  2. 2011 NFL Rule Changes: How Do the New Rules Impact the League?

    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell took to the stands once again on Tuesday, lecturing fans, players and coaches alike on a new shift in the rulebook ahead of next season...

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  3. Green Bay Packers: Can Aaron Rodgers Finally Become NFL MVP in 2011?

    Search the name Aaron Rodgers in a household dictionary, and you'll find nothing. Search the Internet for the Green Bay Packers star quarterback, and you'll most likely come to several brilliant definitions: Majestic, talented and one of a kind...

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  4. Boston Celtics: Distractions and Pressure Beginning to Take Effect on Beantown

    March. A month to forget for the Boston Celtics. A time to rejoice for the Chicago Bulls. There's a common term tossed around the NBA...

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  5. The NFL Lockout Is Boring? Don't Look Past These Time-Consuming Suggestions

    Bored? So is the rest of America. It's reality—and the feeling is yet to sink in. So the NFL locked out, huh? Whoop-dee-doo. It was going to happen; we had been warned about it over and over...

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  6. Green Bay Packers: Top NFL Free Agents the Team Must Target This Offseason

    Win the Super Bowl and sign your head coach to a multi-million dollar deal. Yep , it's been a fairly productive start to the offseason for the Green Bay Packers...

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  7. MLB: Why Bud Selig and Baseball have the Most to Gain from NFL Lockout

    The NFL took a firm shake of the magic eight ball on Friday and gave just about every waiting fan a valid answer after tossing it aside: There will be no season in 2011. What a shock, what a surprise...

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  8. New York Giants Must Not Be Distracted When It Comes To Burress, Barber

    Shoot yourself in the leg—return two years later. Retire from football—make a remarkable comeback on Twitter. There's always a second chance in the NFL . The New York Giants have some serious thinking to do this offseason...

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  9. Boston Celtics May Own the East for Now, but Serious Contenders Are on Their Way

    The TD Garden has been an impenetrable force since the Boston Celtics raised their 17th title nearly three years ago...

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  10. NFL Lockout: Which Franchises Will Suffer the Most If a Lockout Should Occur?

    Are you the kind of fan who rarely attends a regular season game? Maybe you’re the polar opposite, owning a costly season ticket? Or perhaps you are most comfortable at ...

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  11. San Diego Chargers Sign Free Agent Bob Sanders

    San Diego 's first-ranked pass defense in 2010 received a boost on Thursday when the Chargers signed former Indianapolis Colt and free-agent safety Bob Sanders . According to general manager A...

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  12. NFL: Same Face, New Place? Predicting Where League's Homeless May Wind Up

    The CBA now sits in the hands of money hungry lawyers and other people with pockets full of power. But even with the NFL's future so uncertain, many of the leagues players are still left without a team ahead of the 2011 season...

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  13. Carson Palmer: Is the QB the Minnesota Vikings' Long-Lost Answer?

    You'd be stretched to find a team that isn't facing a serious quarterback dilemma sometime this offseason. You'd also be stretched to find a head coach so willing to part with a trusty veteran, especially as the league's future is so uncertain...

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  14. Kevin Garnett and Blake Griffin: Why There's No Comparison Between Young and Old

    Blake Griffin hurdled over a Kia Optima nearly a week ago in Los Angeles. Kevin Garnett slapped a square Band-Aid on his head after being elbowed by Pau Gasol...

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  15. NFL: 10 Former Rookies Set To Excel in 2011

    There's something different about 2011's class of second year players, and for once, it doesn't bear an uncertain question towards their skill, athleticism or ability. For those that have been keeping track, St...

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  16. Super Bowl Snub: Clay Matthews Overlooked for NFL's Defensive Player of the Year

    Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu was gracious when accepting Defensive Player of the Year honors yesterday. The Green Bay Packers on the other hand, have every right to feel slightly envious...

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  17. Green Bay Packers: Players Deem Cornerback Charles Woodson New Team Leader

    There is nothing the Green Bay Packers may have wanted more than a giant eraser during the 2008 regular season...

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  18. Super Bowl XLV: The Top 10 Personnel Matchups To Watch for in Dallas

    The Green Bay Packers are used to stiff competition this season, with the past three weeks being no picnic for Mike McCarthy's team with tough wins at Lincoln Financial Field, the Georgia Dome and Soldier Field...

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  19. Packers Vs. Steelers: Why Green Bay Should Be Super Bowl Favorites in Dallas

    Super Bowl XLV is carved out and ready to roll, as the Green Bay Packers knocked off the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon to earn a date with the AFC-champion Pittsburgh Steelers...

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  20. NFL Playoffs 2011: Can Jay Cutler, Mark Sanchez Go All The Way This Weekend?

    Two of America's largest cities await their fate this weekend. At the same time, both will have to wait one more week to potentially meet in the Super Bowl...

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  21. NFL Playoff Predictions: 10 Reasons Why the New York Jets Will Lay Another Egg

    AFC, NFC, it doesn't matter anymore. This weekend is all about the Super Bowl. Sunday afternoon will play host to two tight affairs between the remaining four teams in the league...

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  22. NFL Playoffs: Which Remaining Team Is in Need of a Super Bowl Most?

    There are some things you just don't talk about in the NFL. When it comes to referencing a team's championship drought, this is often an area best left for the professionals when engaging in a friendly one-on-one chat...

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  23. Packers vs. Falcons: Why Aaron Rodgers Makes the Packers Super Bowl Favorties

    "Go Pack Go" chants flooded the Georgia Dome as the Green Bay Packers dismantled the top NFC seed Saturday night, making short work of the Atlanta Falcons, 48-21...

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  24. Green Bay Packers: Clay Matthews Isn't the Same Player Atlanta Faced in Week 12

    Heading into Atlanta on Saturday night, quarterback Aaron Rodgers looks to be the chosen man when it comes to headlines and attention-seeking plays...

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  25. NFL Playoff Predictions: Analyzing Each Head Coach Ahead of This Weekend

    The glitz and glamour of the NFL's Divisional Round is normally enough to instill a whisper of fear into each head coach. Somehow, New York Jets front man Rex Ryan continues to bring the smack talk ahead of this weekend...

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