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  • Goodell dangles expansion carrot to London
    NFL: Super Bowl 50-Commissioner Roger Goodell Press ConferenceBy Steve Keating SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The NFL continued to build its global brand on Friday when commissioner Roger Goodell announced Mexico will host a game next season and dangled a carrot to British fans saying a team in London was a realistic possibility...
  • NFL chief Goodell says sport safe
    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaks at the Super Bowl 50 press conference on February 5, 2016 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, CaliforniaNational Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday played down safety concerns associated with the sport at youth level, insisting it was safe for children despite a double-digit death toll last year...
  • Arizona basketball team wins reversal of Navajo hair bun ban
    (Reuters) - Arizona athletic officials have apologized for barring a mostly Native American high school basketball team from playing with Navajo buns in their hair, clearing the way for them to sport the tribal symbol of rejuvenation at a game on Friday. Flagstaff High School principal Tony Cullen said he was "livid" with the decision against the school's girls basketball team, the Eagles, at their game on Tuesday. "They're not going to be the kind of ladies that raise a ruckus." The Arizona Interscholastic Association apologized for the decision at the game in Flagstaff and said the official did not mean offense but believed the bun fixed with yarn was a possible safety hazard for the players.
  • Mexico City to host Houston-Oakland game in November
    Mexico City will host the first Monday Night Football game outside the United States when the Houston Texans play the Oakland Raiders in November, the National Football League said on Friday. Building on the success of its international series of regular-season games in London, the NFL will return to Mexico for the first time since 2005 for the game on Nov. 21 at the Azteca Stadium during the 2016 regular season.
  • North Korea could be ready for missile launch by Super Bowl: U.S. source
    A giant picture of the Vince Lombardi Trophy promoting Super Bowl 50 hangs down the side of building in San FranciscoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. intelligence agencies believe North Korea could be ready for its next rocket launch by the time of the U.S. Super Bowl on Sunday, a U.S. government source said on Friday. The Super Bowl between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos football teams is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (2330 GMT). (Reporting by Mark Hosenball; Editing by Tim Ahmann and Eric Walsh)
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