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Friday, December 16, 2016

Commissioner Roger Goodell calls ratings uptick ‘an encouraging reb.. – KGO-TV

KGO-TVAs Goodell noted in a memo sent to NFL teams in October, the league has been affected by the presidential election before. In 2000, the memo said, Fox games were down four percent, and ABC’s seven. Even worse, CBS and ESPN were down 10 and 11 … and more …read more From:: NFL Commissioner News […]

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NFL Playoff Standings: Seattle Seahawks Destroy Los Angeles Rams, Clinch Home Playoff Game – The Inquisitr

The InquisitrNFL playoff standings have a second team clinching a spot in the postseason. The Seattle Seahawks won the NFC West on Thursday night (Dec. 15), easily beating the Los Angeles Rams 24-3 at home. The win not only improved the Seahawks to 9-4-1 on … and more …read more From:: NFL Playoffs News By […]

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Richard Sherman meltdown reflects poorly on him and Seahawks – The Seattle Times

The Seattle TimesNicole Brodeur · FYI Guy · Mary Ann Gwinn · Ron Judd · Jerry Large · Seattle Sketcher · Jon Talton · Danny Westneat · Jobs · Autos · Homes Listings · Classifieds · Paid Obituaries · NWshowcase · ShopNW · Seattle Times Store · Contact · FAQs …Seattle’s Richard Sherman has strong […]

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Optimism for San Diego, Oakland lacks at meetings – Post Register

Post RegisterNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell listens to a reporter’s question after the NFL football owners meeting in Irving, Texas, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/LM Otero). NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaks to reporters after the NFL football owners … …read more From:: NFL Commissioner News from Google News

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NFL playoff picture: Seahawks take care of West, but what about the rest? – Sporting News

Sporting NewsA win in Week 15 sews up a playoff berth. What’s left: TEN, DEN, at SD. No. 3 seed — Steelers (8-5): First place, North. Pittsburgh got here with the win over Buffalo in Week 14, and stayed with Baltimore losing at New England on Monday. The Steelers …NFL playoff picture: Seahawks win NFC […]

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Rogue One A Star Wars Story At Grand Lake Theater Oakland

Rogue One A Star Wars Story At Grand Lake Theater Oakland
Rogue One A Star Wars Story At Grand Lake Theater Oakland
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Rogue One A Star Wars Story Has CGI Peter Cushing

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Rogue One A Star Wars Story Has CGI Peter Cushing Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is playing at the Grand Lake Theater Oakland, and opened to a packed house on Thursday night. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was, indeed, a different kind of Star Wars, but the meaning of “different” here was in the use of computer-generated-images of characters – mostly notably Peter Cushing. You have to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story just to examine how Peter Cushing looked as a computer-generated person: at times cartoonish, other times frighteningly realistic. It was during the “frighteningly realistic” segments of the movie that this blogger feared for the future of actors in movies – it was that good. Overall, Rogue One was not just a good Star Wars movie, but a great film and especially toward the end. This blogger will not give away the plot, but it's important that you watch Star Wars: Episode One before you see Rogue One. Stay tuned.
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Libby Schaaf, Oakland Mayor, Disputes NFL's Eric Grubman On Raiders Stadium Deal

Libby Schaaf, Oakland Mayor, Disputes NFL's Eric Grubman On Raiders Stadium Deal
Libby Schaaf, Oakland Mayor, Disputes NFL's Eric Grubman On Raiders Stadium Deal Eric Grubman, the NFL's Executive Vice President for Business Affairs, has both upset and ignited an Oakland Community determined to keep its Oakland Raiders. Oakland's collective raw emotions in the wake of the tragic Oakland Fire (and the large number of every-day people from our community who were killed in it) were stirred by the surprisingly politically tone-deaf comments of the League's point person on new stadiums. On Tuesday, Grubman blasted the deal crafted by the Oakland City Pro Football Group (which consists of Ronnie Lott, Rodney Peete, Marcus Allen, Bill Duffy, and Fortress Investments) as being like the previous years Floyd Kephart deal. Considering that Grubman and Kephart didb't see eye-to-eye, whereas the current group of people have the highest respect for him, his suddenly negative take on a deal many believed he was hand's on in crafting is strange. What does Grubman mean when he says that Oakland should not have made a deal with a third party other than the Raiders, when Sheldon Adelson's a third party in Las Vegas, as would be Goldman Sachs, even without Mr. Adelson in the picture, as one possible deal scenario has it? Is Eric Grubman motivated to steer the Raiders to Las Vegas by the $750 million Nevada subsidy and the money it could make for Goldman Sachs, his former employer? Does the fact that Oakland's barred Goldman Sachs from doing any business with the city provide extra incentive? While these questions are painful to ask of the NFL's man-who-served-our-country (and for whom this blogger has a great deal of personal respect), they must be asked, even if they don't get an answer. And why did Grubman, even after spending time with Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, and numerous phone calls, trips, and emails, elect to drop a political bomb by saying that the NFL wasn't consulted about the disposition of the land? Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf told me that the NFL's Grubman never asked or expressed an interest in the Coliseum land. While that runs counter to last year's news that the League was interested in developing on and owning Coliseum land, it's not hard to think that Oakland's blocking Goldman Sachs is playing a role in these sudden problems with a league that has become the investment banking firm's sports gravy train. So now, the Raiders are in a mess: they have no deal in Las Vegas, but pretend all is well. On Thursday, Clark County Supervisor Steve Sisolak tweeted that he had a “great meeting” with Oakland Raiders Owner Mark Davis and Adelson, but the simple fact he had to tweet that indicated the existence of a big problem between Davis and Adelson to start with – and that the issue is still unresolved. But the Raiders do have a good deal in Oakland with The Lott Group and with Fortress Investments, and one that allows them, and the NFL, to collect development revenues over time, and enjoy a 99 year ground lease. All of this in a much larger media market than Vegas. And in a City, Oakland, that really does deserve some good news. The Oakland Fire has produced a giant spiritual hole in its center. I went to my favorite Oakland hang-out, The Alley Thursday night, and for the first time in weeks, and learned that a regular by the name of Ben Runnels died in the fire. I've seen Ben enough to remember who he is, but what I did not know was that he was in a performing group called “Introflirt, and teamed with Nicole Renee Siegrist. Nicole also worked at the Grand Lake Theater as assistant manager – she sold me my ticket to see MARVEL's Doctor Strange a few weeks ago. She too died in the Oakland Fire. There's no reason Oakland has to endure all of this pain. If the NFL and the Oakland Raiders had any heart at all, they would stop this silly relocation game, stop hurting our City's pride, and help heal our community by building a new stadium here. Stay tuned.
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NFL Week 15 game picks: Cowboys nip Bucs; Pats beat Broncos – NFL.com

NFL.comYet another rivalry game for the Patriots, in so much as they lost the AFC championship in Denver last season in a bitterly fought battle. The difference this time around will be none other than LeGarrette Blount, who was unavailable for last year’s …Predictions for Every NFL Game in Week 15AthlonSports.comNFL betting lines and picks […]

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Giants can say goodbye to Super Bowl if offense doesn’t improve – New York Post

New York PostThe Giants’ 10-7 win over the Cowboys on Sunday — completing a season sweep of the NFC’s top seed — has prompted some to suggest the 9-4 Giants are capable of winning the Super Bowl this season. Consider Cross and Banks, two members of the …The New York Giants are Super Bowl contenders. […]

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Cowboys aren’t blaming walkie-talkie gate for loss to New York Giants – Dallas News (blog)

Dallas News (blog)Jerry Jones, Charlotte Jones Anderson and Stephen Jones, left to right, share a laugh as they host a news conference and reception to announce new tenants for the Star in Frisco,Texas on Thursday, December 15, 2016. (Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning …Report: Cowboys asked NFL to investigate Giants for possibly breaking rulesFOXSports.comSource: NFL probing […]

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Gators need NFL draft-eligible players to produce in bowl – Gainesville Sun

Gainesville SunThere were a handful of draft-eligible underclassmen who did not appear all in when it came to Florida’s bowl game two years ago. They seemed distracted by, and more focused on, the draft than the game. And, perhaps, in a way, it was understandable. and more …read more From:: NFL Combine News By Google […]

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East downtown readies for its Super Bowl closeup – Houston Chronicle

Houston ChronicleCity boosters on Friday will unveil a $175 million makeover to east downtown that is intended to leave a good impression on Super Bowl LI visitors in February while attract more convention business in the years ahead. Construction is nearing completion … …read more From:: Super Bowl News From Google News

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Podcast: Which Alabama players will go early in this year’s NFL draft? – SECcountry.com

SECcountry.comNFL draft expert Dan Shonka from ourlads.com talks about Alabama’s team and how this defense ranks with some of the great defenses he has covered in the past. Which Alabama players will go early in the NFL draft? Could Alabama’s Jonathan Allen be the … and more …read more From:: NFL Draft News By Google […]

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Report: LSU WR Malachi Dupre expected to enter NFL Draft – SECcountry.com

SECcountry.comEarlier, it was reported that LSU safety Jamal Adams is expected to enter the NFL Draft. Running back Leonard Fournette, who spent three seasons with LSU, already has declared. Dupre, a 6-foot-4, 195-pound junior, is thought to be a second to third … and more …read more From:: NFL Draft News By Google News

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