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Which NFL records will never be broken?

It’s Roger Goodell’s birthday. It’s also Paul Krause’s birthday. And Hall of Famer Paul Krause has a place in the record books that may be permanent. Krause, now 77, has 81 career interceptions. He’s held the record for 40 years. The closest contender since then has been Hall of Famer Rod Woodson, who

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Bob Costas Versus NBC, The NFL And The Question Of Values

As sportscasters go, Bob Costas is legendary. Be it basketball, golf, hockey, NASCAR, the Olympics or his beloved baseball, Costas has reported on, commentated over and anchored sporting events since 1973. Much of his multi-Emmy award-winning tenure came through the camera lenses of NBC. That role came

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Rashad Ross hopes for another NFL shot

The AAF got a financial shot in the arm last week and that meant the second round of games in its inaugural season could go on as planned. For the second straight week, Arizona wide receiver Rashad Ross was among the stars. He caught four passes for 67 yards and a touchdown a week after grabbing [more

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Kyler Murray says it was tough telling the A’s he was playing football

Kyler Murray chose the NFL over Major League Baseball, but it wasn’t easy for him. Murray, the former first-round draft pick of the Oakland A’s, said this week that telling the A’s he was walking away after already accepting a signing bonus from them (that he’ll now have to re-pay) wasn’t easy. “Yeah

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