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  • Bon Jovi could buy the Buffalo Bills. Will he move them to Toronto?

    A group that includes rocker Jon Bon Jovi reportedly conducted a feasibility study into buying the Buffalo Bills and building a stadium in Toronto. If Jon Bon Jovi were to buy the Buffalo Bills, how much would the NFL team fetch?

  • Cleveland Browns fill placekicker position with NFL veteran

    Cleveland Browns fans will recognize the name of the team's new placekicker. The Cleveland Browns have reached agreement with a specialist who last played for the franchise four years ago.

  • 2013 NFL draft: Bring on the beef

    The 2013 NFL draft started with beefy lineman Eric Fisher. Then came beefy lineman Luke Joeckel, also an offensive tackle. The quarterbacks didn't show up in the 2013 NFL draft till the No. 16 draft pick, Florida State's EJ Manuel.

  • Evolution of the NFL: 16 ways the game has changed

    Forty-seven years after the first Super Bowl was played in Los Angeles before a less-than-capacity crowd, let’s look back at some of the ways the NFL has changed.

  • A Week 17 NFL quiz

    The NFL’s regular season ended Sunday with one coach, Indianapolis’s Chuck Pagano, making a triumphant and inspiring return to the sidelines after months of cancer treatments. Meanwhile a handful of coaches were about to receive pink slips (Philadelphia’s Andy Reid, Kansas City’s Romeo Crennel, Cleveland’s Pat Shurmur, and Buffalo’s Chan Gailey were gone by Monday morning, and others seemed sure to follow). Amid the musical chairs to make the playoffs, Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson came up just nine yards shy of his quest to overtake Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record of 2,105 yards. His 199 yards, however, helped the Vikings land a playoff berth. The Redskins also were carried to the playoffs by a running back, rookie Alfred Morris, a little-known sixth-round draft pick out of Florida Atlantic, who gained a team record 200 yards in Washington’s win-or-go-home 28-18 victory over Dallas. To test your knowledge of Week 17 NFL developments, take this 12-question quiz.

  • NFL referee deal reached. Back to work Thursday (+video)

    NFL referee deal is still up for a vote, but the union referees will be back officiating Thursday night's NFL game. The NFL referee deal frees the NFL from paying the referees' pensions, but includes generous 401(k) contributions and pay increases. 

  • Peyton Manning is back and other NFL Week 1 highlights (+video)

    Peyton Manning led the Denver Broncos to victory over Pittsburgh. Rookie Robert Griffin III threw for 320 yards for a Redskins win. The San Francisco 49ers schooled Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.

  • Peyton Manning: Denver hopes he's 'comfortable' as NFL preseason kicks off

    Peyton Manning debuts in a Broncos uniform Thursday night for an NFL preseason game in Chicago. John Elway says the veteran QB will play 'one or two series.'

  • NFL bounty payments involved four teams, say media reports

    NFL bounty payments were made by the Washington Redskins, Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, and New Orleans Saints, according to news reports. Expect legal action, as well as fines, say analysts.

  • Pro Football Hall of Fame: How are players nominated?

    The Pro Football Hall of Fame will announce its 2012 class on Saturday, the day before Super Bowl XLVI. We take a look at the nomination process.