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Final game as San Diego Chargers

Written by LaShawn Encarnacion aka The Dark Knight of Sports As the San Diego Chargers prepare to host the Miami Dolphins this coming Sunday afternoon, a much greater cloud continues to form above. That is the form of time running out for the Chargers being in San Diego. This game could very well be the final game as San Diego Chargers as the NFL's December 30th deadline for home teams
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NFL Week 3 Wrap-Up: Amari Cooper and Derek Carr Shine, Big Ben Goes Down

We are now 3 weeks into the NFL season and every week we do learn a little more and more. There are still 7 teams without a loss and 4 teams without a win. Of those 11 teams I would say the two that are the most surprising are the 3-0 Falcons and the 0-3 Ravens. But of those 11 teams should any be feeling really smug, or really frightened?
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NFL: Will The (Los Angeles) Rams Come Back Home Again?

For close to half a century, the Rams were Southern California’s pro football team. Whether in Los Angeles or Anaheim, this was the team that belonged to the region. But then (and yes nothing was ever proven, but I know I am right) Georgia Frontiere murdered her husband Carroll Rosenbloom and took controlling interest in the team. What happened next was constant mismanagement of players, poor draft picks and even
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2015 NFL Draft Recap: INSCMagazine’s Winners and Losers

CHICAGO – With the 2015 NFL Draft officially in the books, many teams addressed key areas in adding quality pieces, while others either reached or made questionable picks. With further ado, here are the INSCMagazine’s 2015 NFL Draft winners and losers. Winners: Tennessee Titans: Besides landing perhaps the best quarterback prospect in the draft in Marcus Mariota, Tennessee took a big gamble on talented—yet troubled—former Missouri wide receiver in Dorial
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2015 NFL Draft: INSCMagazine’s First-Round Winners and Losers

CHICAGO – With the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, many teams that came into the first round with various needs addressed key areas, while other’s either reached or made questionable picks in the first round. With further ado, here are the INSCMagazine’s 2015 NFL Draft first round winners and losers. Winners: Cleveland Browns: Not to give away my own personal bias or sound like a homer, but I
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Jared Cook: NFL will not penalize Rams over gesture of Ferguson solidarity

After Rams players Tavon Austin, Stedman Bailey, Jared Cook, Chris Givens and Kenny Britt emerged from the tunnel with their hands raised in a show of Ferguson solidarity, during player introductions before their game against the Oakland Raiders, the NFL has reportedly decided to not punish them. What was the meaning of this gesture? I'm not armed, DON'T SHOOT! This symbol of solidarity was done in protest of the grand jury
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NFL News: Raiders vs. Rams Being Given Change Of Venue?

There may be a chance that a second NFL game, in one week's time, will seek a change of venue due to unfavorable conditions. Monday night's match-up between the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets took place at Ford field in Detroit and not on Buffalo's home field at Ralph Wilson Stadium due to the after effects of blizzard-like conditions. A rather substantial snow accumulation, that according to The
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TheInscriberMag NFL Power Rankings Week Three: Bengals Roar Their Way To Top Spot

With week three of the NFL in the books, here are the inaugural InscriberMag’s NFL Power Rankings.   1. Cincinnati Bengals (3-0): Thanks to a 33-7 thrashing of the Tennessee Titans, the Bengals solidified their spot as top cat. Capable game-managing quarterback in Andy Dalton, dynamic offense in A.J. Green, Giovanni Bernard, Mohamed Sanu and a fierce pass rush. Cincinnati is clicking on all cylinders. 2. Philadelphia Eagles (3-0): With
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St. Louis Rams Quarterback Situation: What is the Next Step?

  The St. Louis Rams have a quarterback conundrum. Sam Bradford is out for the year and likely gone after the season. Shaun Hill is a journeyman. Austin Davis is ineffective and Case Keenum is limited physically. Will they go after a signal-caller in free agency or draft one? The 2015 free agent class of quarterbacks are weak. Prominent names include Michael Vick, Mark Sanchez, Ryan Mallett and Jake Locker
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St. Louis Rams Sign Robert Quinn to Four-Year, $66.5 Extension, Smart Move?

  The St. Louis Rams have signed defensive end Robert Quinn to a four-year contract extension worth $66.575 million. The deal includes $41.2 million in guaranteed money. Quinn will be under contract through the 2019 season. The new contract will start in 2016 after his rookie deal is finished. He was drafted in the first round in the 2011 NFL Draft. Quinn, 24, is one of the premier pass rushers