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Former Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley: It's not a bright future for anyone in D.C.
2014-12-10

Former Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley breaks down why quarterback Robert Griffin III has regressed in the 2014 season, and explains why RGIII and head coach Jay Gruden may have bleak futures in D.C.




NFL-Patriots tight end Gronkowski out for season
2013-12-09

Gronkowski, one of the most dynamic tight ends in the National Football League, will be placed on season-ending injured reserve an Apuestas UFC d undergo additional tests to check for further damage, the website said.
The loss of Gronkowski is a big blow to the offense of the Patriots, the AFC East leaders who improved to 10-3 with their 27-26 come from behind victory over Cleveland and are in the hunt for the second seed position in the conference playoffs.
Two-time Pro Bowler Gronkowski, 24, was injured after he caught a third-quarter pass from quarterback Tom Brady and was downed on a diving tackle by Browns defensive back T.J. Ward, whose helmet appeared to hit Gronkowski directly on the knee.
Gronkowski was carted off the field.
"We love him, he's a big part of this team," Brady said about Gronkowski.
"It hurts to see any of those guys go down, so certainly with Gronk and we've sustained some pretty big injuries this year with really important, critical players. So we've just got to keep bouncing back."
"I think we all feel sorry for Rob," added Brady. "We're with him and we support him."
Gronkowski missed the first six games of the season as he recovered from offseason surgeries on his arm and back that ended his 2012 season early. He had 39 receptions for 592 yards and four touchdowns in seven games this year. (Reporting by Larry Fine in New York, Editing by Justin Palmer


Broncos fan petitions NFL to remove Joe Flacco banner
2013-08-29

In a polarizing bit of set dressing, huge banners have been hung from Sports Authority Field at Mile High featuring impact players Apuestas UFC fashion motorcycle boots from both the Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens, the two AFC juggernauts who will play that night.
And if you think Broncos fans in Denver would take issue with a giant likeness of Joe Flacco adorning the south entrance of their home stadium, well, you'd be right.
Over on Change.org, a fan using the handle "Broncos Nation" has posted a petition calling for the NFL to remove the Flacco banner. The petition, in full:
To:
Roger Goodell, @nflcommish, National Football League
Take the Joe Flacco signage off my Mile High Stadium! Broncos Nation will not endure this detestable and audacious act. Who in their right mind thought that we would just let this fly?! We stand united against your unbearable Joe Flacco signage.
Sincerely,
(Your name)
The Broncos used their Twitter feed to appease the angry masses -- or at least the "Broncos Nation" guy.
"Because the NFL promotes both teams playing in its annual Kickoff Game, fans will notice signage outside @SportsAuthField and around town that features the Broncos and Ravens. But regardless of league guidelines, this will always be #BroncosCountry and we can't wait to see all the orange in the stands a week from Thursday!"
We understand why some Broncos fans would be sour about a 50-foot Flacco. The last time Mr. Charisma was in the building, he ended the Broncos' Super Bowl dreams. Still ... it's a stupid banner.
There have to be more detestable and audacious acts to fight.


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