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The good, the bad, the ugly and the need to be buried.  Like this division, three are good, but one is bad. We disagree on which is the retina burning, reject, though. We take a look at the NFCN and delve into the importance of pretty uniforms…or not

Source: We rank the NFC North uniforms. Cheeseheads beware. • Denver Broncos Zone

 

Knowing when to use nickel or dime…and when not to (hint: 2012 vs Ravens).

 

Source: Nickels and Dimes that add up to millions. No Fly Zone • Denver Broncos Zone

 

Peyton Manning said although a lot of people tried to talk him out of golfing with President Donald Trump last month, he never hesitated in accepting the invitation. “I heard Arnold Palmer say one time, ‘If the president of the United States ever asks you to play golf, you do it,’” Manning said on Jimmy Kimmel…

Source: Peyton Manning on golfing with President Trump: Un-American to turn down invite | ProFootballTalk

 

The Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers and Oakland Raiders have all been hit with hefty relocation fees to be paid to each of the NFL‘s 29 other teams.

Source: Rams, Chargers to Pay $645M, Raiders $378M in Relocation Fees to Rest of NFL | Bleacher Report

 

The NFL’s 32 teams split $7.8 billion in shared national revenue last season, or $244 million per team, as revealed when the Packers released financial information today. Most of that money comes from the league’s TV deals with NBC, CBS, FOX, ESPN and DirecTV, although the figure also includes licensing and merchandise revenues. Last year’s…

Source: Packers’ books show NFL teams split $7.8 billion in national revenue | ProFootballTalk

 

jj-watt-fireworks.jpgThe three-time Defensive Player of the Year is back in the spotlight and will drop the JJ IIs this week

Source: J.J. Watt on $99 shoes: ‘I wanted to create something that everybody can afford’ – CBSSports.com

 

While his addition provided a boost to the city before the franchise leaves for Las Vegas, Peters will apparently only support him for 14 games next regular season.

Source: Marcus Peters Says Chiefs Will Beat ‘Dog S–T’ out of Marshawn Lynch, Raiders | Bleacher Report

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