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NFL suspending TV blackouts for 2015 season

PHOENIX (AP) — The NFL will not block any games from local television during the 2015 season…. AP Top Sports News At 4:46 p.m. EDT

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NFL suspends local blackout policy for 2015

The NFL approved the suspension of the long-standing local blackout policy for the 2015 season. There were no local blackouts during the 2014 season and just two in 2013.

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Sources: Cutler to quarterback Bears in 2015

The Chicago Bears fully expect that Jay Cutler will be their quarterback for the 2015 season, according to team sources with direct knowledge of the team’s plans. – NFL

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Troy Polamalu unsure if he wants to play in 2015


The Steelers have already started thinking about Troy Polamalu’s retirement, but Polamalu himself hasn’t quite gotten there. According to his agent, the veteran safety is up in the air about his future. “Troy is still determining whether he wants to

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Peyton Manning to take $4M pay cut in 2015

Peyton Manning’s wallet will weigh a little less in 2015. The Denver Broncos quarterback will take a $ 4 million pay cut, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday.

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Troy Polamalu not in Steelers’ plans for 2015

Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that the Steelers believe safety Troy Polamalu has played his last game in Pittsburgh. Will he retire or will the team be forced to release him?

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Gallery: 2015 NFL Scouting Combine

Visit for the complete story. – NFL

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McShay: The loaded 2015 pass-rusher class

Beasley stars in Sunday’s combine workouts; Williams is draft’s top player – NFL

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Seifert: Sizing up the top free agents for 2015

Star wideouts, defensive stalwarts highlight what has potential to be monster class – NFL

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Wes Welker intends to play in 2015


Wes Welker’s two-year contract with the Broncos expires on March 10.  Amid chatter of retirement, Welker says that’s not the case. “Just getting ready for 2015,” Welker told Mike Klis of the Denver Post via text message. But what about

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