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NFL owner Shahid Khan believed to be in talks with Mohamed Al Fayed over sale of Fulham

Shahid Khan, owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, could become the new owner of the London club by the end of this week

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New England Patriots NFL star Aaron Hernandez charged with first degree murder

Police investigators have been searching for evidence in the vicinity of the 23-year-old’s luxury home after the body of Odin Lloyd was found a mile away

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David “Deacon” Jones, who died on 3 June after a short illness at the age of 74, was a Hall of Fame American footballer. A defensive end, he was credited with terming the word “sack” for how he knocked down opposing quarterbacks.

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Page 3 Profile: Menelik Watson, american football player

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American Football: Lawrence Okoye ready for challenge with San Francisco 49ers

Olympic discus finalist Lawrence Okoye admits he faces a baptism of fire after signing for the San Francisco 49ers despite having never played a single game of American football.

Small Business Saturday set for British launch

Labour's business spokesman backs day to promote independent retailers

Big hits are what makes the NFL great

Crown tackles, a pleasure to watch, have been outlawed by the game's rule-makers

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Mark Roberts: A compulsive streak

He's had more exposure than any other nudist in the world, but now he's bowing out. What makes him do it?

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Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco gets his hands on the Vince Lombardi Trophy

Super Bowl: Ravens' epic triumph over San Francisco 49ers lights up Baltimore

Underdogs welcomed home today after beating the odds, 49ers' fightback and a bizarre power cut

Ray Lewis

'Now I get to ride off into the sunset': The best quotes from Super Bowl XLVII

The Baltimore Raven beat the San Francisco 49ers

David Akers #2 of the San Francisco 49ers waits during a power outage

Super Bowl power cut embarrasses NFL

The match was delayed for over 30 minutes

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