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Malcom Floyd Still Planning To Retire – Mighty 1090
Malcom Floyd is working hard to get back on the field this season, a wasted season for his team, but that does not mean that he’ll be swaying from his original plans for retirement anytime soon.
Mayor meeting with 5th NFL owner about L.A. – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer is scheduled to meet privately with Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt on Sunday when the Chiefs will be in town to face the Chargers. Hunt will be the fifth member of a six-owner NFL special committee focused on Los Angeles franchise relocations that Faulconer has met with since late September. Faulconer said he’s still working to schedule a meeting with the sixth owner, Bob McNair of the Houston Texans.
David Hunn On If STL Has Viable Plan, & Why NFL Is Doing Due Diligence On Home Market – Mighty 1090 (audio)
St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s David Hunn talks with Darren Smith about if the NFL thinks St. Louis has a viable stadium plan, what he heard from Dean Spanos on why NFL is doing their due diligence on the home markets.
Report: $500 Million Dollars to Move to Los Angeles – Bolts from the Blue
It appears we have a good idea of what the NFL’s relocation fee will be for any team moving to Los Angeles. Now the question is whether the owners of the Chargers and Raiders would be able to afford paying such a large sum.
Raiders’ Aldon Smith suspended one year – USA Today
Aldon Smith’s season with the Oakland Raiders is over. The pass rusher was suspended for one year by the NFL on Tuesday for violating the league’s policy on substance abuse.
Three Gulls Players Called Up To The Ducks – Mighty 1090
In addition to watching some former Gulls play for the Ducks, you can catch future Ducks (and current Gulls) on ESPN 1700 tonight as they take on the Stockton Heat.
Germany vs. Holland cancelled due to ‘concrete plan’ to cause explosion in stadium – The Guardian
After what happened, or almost happened, at a soccer match in Paris last week, it appears that there were plans for another catastrophic event at a soccer match in Hanover yesterday. Luckily, in both instances, security was able to keep fans at the game safe.