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Feb 4, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones arrives on the red carpet for the Direct TV Party at Victory Field. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

 

 

The ongoing lawsuit over the Super Bowl XLV seating fiasco continues.

 

Former Saints defensive assistant Mike Cerullo has been singled out by Jonathan Vilma as the Bountygate whistleblower. 

 

Despite a tumultuous offseason, the New Orleans Saints say 99.6 percent of season ticket holders have renewed their tickets.

 

Unsigned franchise player Matt Forte said he’s “probably the healthiest I’ve been since coming out of college.”

 

An unknown person placed a billboard in honor of the late Junior Seau along Interstate 5 in Oceanside, California that read:  “In Memoriam Junior Seau, Rest in Peace.”

 

The Patriots might use their second preseason game to showcase Ryan Mallett and Brian Hoyer for potential trade interest.

 

Greg Cosell says Chargers RB Ryan Mathews can be a “top five guy”.

 

Free agent Daunte Culpepper conceded that he’s finished playing in the NFL.

 

Talks yet between the Texans and QB Matt Schaub on a new deal have yet to begin.

 

Eagles rookie CB Brandon Boykin is expected to enter training camp as the Eagles’ nickel corner and primary kick returner.

 

Mike Sherman thinks a Brett Favre-Packers reunion will happen in time.

 

Free agent OT Max Starks is nearing 100 percent, but still has no spot with the Steelers.

 

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