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Dr. Bennet Omalu speaks on stage during the 2015 Health Hero Awards hosted by WebMD on Nov. 5 in New York City. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images hide caption

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Doctor Behind 'Concussion' Wanted To 'Enhance The Lives' Of Football Players

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Fans of the Memphis Grizzlies, seen here celebrating with Jeff Green, made only 2.47 grammar mistakes for every 100 words according to a new study. Frederick Breedon/Getty Images hide caption

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For Thursday night's game, the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills wore solid colors — green and red, respectively — that were created by Nike. Many colorblind fans were not happy with the pairing. Al Bello/Getty Images hide caption

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Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston (second from left) shakes hands with Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson after the NFL football game between the Lions and Chiefs at Wembley Stadium in London on Nov. 1. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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The NFL Is Kicking The Ball To The United Kingdom. Why?

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Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy was arrested and charged with assaulting his former girlfriend Nicole Holder in May. He was found guilty but appealed, and then when Holder stopped cooperating, the case was dropped. Brandon Wade/AP hide caption

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Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy on the sidelines against the New England Patriots. Christian Peterson /Getty images hide caption

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Take A Suspension And Then Take the Field

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Heath Miller of the Pittsburgh Steelers catches the ball on the 1-yard line against defender Brandon Flowers of the San Diego Chargers during Monday's game in San Diego. Donald Miralle/Getty Images hide caption

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Twitter's Suspension Of Sports Media Revives Debate Over Fair Use

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New York Giants' Daniel Fells makes a catch during a practice at NFL football training camp in August. Fells is currently suffering from a serious MRSA infection; it is unclear if he will return to football. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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New Orleans Saints backup quarterback Luke McCown calls a play during a Sept. 3 NFL preseason football game against the Green Bay Packers. He hasn't started a regular season game since 2011. Jeffrey Phelps/AP hide caption

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San Francisco 49ers fans celebrate a touchdown with running back Carlos Hyde on Monday in Santa Clara, Calif. Tony Avelar/AP hide caption

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Pro Leagues Embrace A Big-Payout Evolution In Fantasy Sports

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The New England Patriots fans perform a card stunt commemorating their Super Bowl win before their season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers last week. Gregory Payan/AP hide caption

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The public share to pay for construction of a new Minnesota Vikings football stadium is reportedly $498 million. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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Spending Public Money On Sports Stadiums Is Bad Business

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