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From an American/NFL perspective, it’s hard to know what’s more unusual:

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CFL Grey Cup is back in Hamilton! The Hamilton Tiger-Cats host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Tim Hortons Field on Sunday, December 12, 2021. 108th Grey Cup will feature a rematch of the 2019 event between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, which was won 33-23 by the Blue Bombers.

Scouting Jets tight end Daniel Brown (2019)

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6’5" and 243 pounds and was undrafted out of James Madison in 2015. Brown is a converted wide receiver

Giants' Joe Judge says 'stupid headsets' to blame for poor clock management in loss to Chiefs

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"The headsets were going out," Judge said via NJ.com. "This has been happening in every game so far.

Broncos trade Von Miller to Rams for two draft picks

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The Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Rams are putting the final touches on a blockbuster trade ahead of this year’s trade deadline.

Broncos announce Teddy Bridgewater as Week 1 starting quarterback

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Quarterback Competition 2021 is over and the winner is Teddy Bridgewater.

O-Line Rebuild Update?

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I'd love to hear, from someone in the know (other than Creed Humphrey, in the link), how our O-Line rebuild is looking? Is it on the path for success?

Tyreek racing

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Tyreek racing in old man suit

Greatest Threat Yet to Mahomes' Career Emerges

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Heinz, which holds nearly 70 percent of the U.S. retail market for ketchup, has been impacted the most and has struggled to meet demand. To catch up with the ketchup shortage, Heinz plans to open new manufacturing lines, beginning with two in April, with the aim of increasing production by 25 percent and bringing the total of ketchup packets produced per year to 12 billion. In the meantime, some restaurants that typically rely on Heinz as their go-to ketchup brand have had to settle for alternatives and use generic brands.

Details emerge on Jarran Reed and his strange exit from the Seattle Seahawks

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His agent explained it to him fully and said, 'You are going to lose millions of dollars here,' Garafolo communicated. "[Reed] said, 'I don't care, because I want to go to a place where I feel the love back to me instead of some other people.' So, he willingly gave up millions of dollars to go to the Chiefs to play there and reset his value.