Attendances fall in NFL: American football

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The Independent Online
Attendances fell in the National Football League by almost 600,000 last season but the total was still the second-highest in the league's 77- year history.

Total paid attendance was 18,648,981, down from 1995's record total of 19,202,757. The regular-season total of more than 14.6m, an average of 60,885 per game, was also the second highest behind 1995's total.

For the third consecutive season, the Kansas City Chiefs led the NFL in regular-season home attendance with an eight-game total of 628,460.

Darryl Henley, the former Los Angeles Ram, has been sentenced to more than 40 years in prison for drug trafficking and conspiracy to commit murder.

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