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NFL Plans to Release 2020 Schedule Without Major Changes

NFL Schedule Release The NFL is not altering its plans for the fall, despite the Covid 19 pandemic.  The league will release its 2020 schedule later this week without any major changes, per ESPN senior NFL reporter Jeremy Fowler. Team schedules are expected to be released by May 9th. According …

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New CBA Would Expand NFL Regular Season, Playoffs

On Wednesday night, Adam Schefter dropped a Twitter bomb on NFL fans. Schefter announced that the league is currently on track to expand the playoffs to seven teams per conference: NFL playoff structure is about to be changed. Under the current CBA proposal, seven teams from each conference will make …

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AAF Future in Question

First reported by Pro Football Talk and Darren Rovell, the future of the Alliance of American Football League is in doubt after reports surfaced about the possibility of the league folding for good or being temporarily suspended. According to CBSSports.com,, the AAF has suspended all operations effective immediately. This suspension is indefinite …

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NFL Adopts New Anthem Policy, Requires Players to Stand

On Wednesday, the National Football League enacted a national anthem policy that will go into effect for this upcoming season. Policy Specifics The NFL approved the rule that will require team personnel, including players, to stand during the national anthem. Players will also have the option to stay in the …

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NFL Meets With Players, Owners

The chaos surrounding the actions of NFL players during the national anthem continued today as a group of owners and players met at the league’s headquarters to resolve the anthem issue and to discuss enhancing the players’ platforms for speaking out on social issues. The NFL and its players said …

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