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Not even Jeff Fisher can squelch excitement for the NFL in Los Angeles

Angelinos are so hungry for football they bought up all the season tickets for a below-average Rams team in six hours.

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LOS ANGELES DOESN'T KNOW WHAT IT'S IN FORThe Rams sold out of season tickets in six hours. It's safe to say fans in Los Angeles were hungry for football. Now, what happens when they realize how much they spent to see Jeff Fisher's annual 7-9 effort?

NOT EVEN TIME CAN STOP ADRIAN PETERSONAdrian Peterson is just as fast as he was in college. The Vikings running back says he wants to keep churning out 1,000-yard seasons into his 30s, and he just might be the guy to do it.

THIS EAGLE'S GOT TALENTEagles' Jon Dorenbos blows away America's Got Talent with another amazing magic track. He's definitely Philadelphia's most talented player.

CROWELL OFFERS UP DONATIONIsaiah Crowell will donate more than $35,000 to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation. A day after the Browns said that an apology alone wasn't enough, the running back vowed to donate his first game check to the police charity in the wake of his controversial Instagram post.


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