Welcome back Terriers! Are you ready for some football? The upcoming NFL season is teeming with intriguing matchups. As much as any football fan loves this sport, we want to watch all the 256 games of this season, if possible. However, with hectic college schedules, we have to make our choices. Thus, I came up […]

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Football fans are getting excited for the 2015 National Football League draft, which begins on Thursday. Each year, competitive college players are selected by professional teams to start their careers during the draft. Very often, players who are away from the spotlight get drafted first and players who are widely popular among fans don’t get […]

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The National Football League has always been officiated by men — until now. On Wednesday, the NFL made the groundbreaking announcement that Sarah Thomas has been selected as the first full-time female official in the history of the league. The NFL broke the gender barrier and introduced Thomas, not as a part-time referee or an […]

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Off-season is an important time for both the NFL teams and the league itself to make adjustments and preparations for the upcoming season. Every year, the NFL Competition Committee gets together to discuss how to improve the league and the game itself. The committee and the teams then announce proposals for rule changes, which will […]

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In the NFL, after the confetti settles and the duck boats are back in the garage, everyone turns and looks toward next season. Who will stay with the team? Who will leave? Whose contract is up? Will anyone retire? These are the questions that populate every sports radio talk show, the pages of the sports […]

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Sarah Burstein @sarahh_burstein Last night, millions of Americans and people around the world gathered to watch the Super Bowl XLIX (that’s 49 for all you non-ancient Romans out there). Through the years, the Super Bowl has evolved into much more than a football game. Whether you have an annual Super Bowl party at your home […]

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Lucas Williams, Staff Writer @lucaswhatevs “Deflate-gate” is one of the most ridiculous NFL controversies in recent memory, and former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe agrees. In a piece for Time Magazine published Thursday, Kluwe argues that the New England Patriots’ alleged football deflating is the least of the NFL’s problems. In a league where the […]

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By Sarah Burstein, Staff Writer @sarahh_burstein On Sunday, former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice was reinstated into the NFL. Rice was suspended indefinitely after a video surfaced of him hitting his then-fiancée, Janay Rice (neé Palmer) in an elevator in an Atlantic City, New Jersey casino. Since then, Janay and Ray have married, and the NFL […]

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By Clinton Nguyen, Multimedia Editor @voxels Hello, dear readers. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Clinton, The Daily Free Press’ multimedia editor, the fellow who pushes the happy blue publish button. I usually don’t contribute editorial content, but this is set to change. A little background: Quick Fixations started out on TinyLetter, […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @thedanosaurus 6. Simon Cowell had his baby: According to EOnline.com, the American Idol and X Factor judge has become a dad! Simon Cowell and his girlfriend Lauren Silverman had their first child together, a little boy. The baby, named Eric Selig Phillip Cowell, is named after Simon’s late father. The […]

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