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NFL NEWS
Legwold: Top 5 Peyton Manning TD passes
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 00:45:18 PDT

QB won't single any out any of his record-setting throws, so we did it for him

Coaches: How Peyton is different
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 00:30:20 PDT

John Elway, past and present coaches share insight into TD pass king's greatness

Manning breaks Favre's career TD pass mark
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 00:27:45 PDT

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning threw his 509th career touchdown Sunday, breaking Brett Favre's league record.

Peyton's No. 509 ball to go on display in Hall
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 03:27:02 PDT

The football Peyton Manning tossed Sunday night for an 8-yard touchdown pass that gave him a record 509th career scoring pass will be on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame by 4 p.m. ET, or so, on Monday.

Manning, Broncos roll past 49ers
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 00:33:54 PDT

Peyton Manning's receivers played keep-away with his milestone memento and the NFL's new leader in career touchdown passes toyed with the San Francisco 49ers in the Denver Broncos' emphatic 42-17 victory Sunday night.

Trick play, TD return help Rams stun Seattle
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 19:15:07 PDT

Punter Johnny Hekker's pass from the St. Louis 18 caught the Seattle Seahawks by surprise for the last of three big plays by Rams special teams in a 28-26 victory over the defending Super Bowl champions on Sunday.

Cowboys dump Giants to extend streak to 6
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 01:02:58 PDT

Tony Romo threw three touchdown passes, DeMarco Murray broke Jim Brown's 56-year-old NFL record with his seventh straight 100-yard rushing game to start a season, and the Cowboys won their sixth straight by beating the Giants 31-21.

Source: Marshall calls out Cutler after loss
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 18:41:48 PDT

Yelling could be heard from outside the double doors of the Bears' locker room after Sunday's loss, and a source said receiver Brandon Marshall called out quarterback Jay Cutler.

Cowboys' Murray again tops 100 to set mark
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 01:07:34 PDT

With a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter, DeMarco Murray became the first running back in NFL history to open a season with seven straight 100-yard games.

Watkins last-second TD lifts Bills over Vikings
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 17:50:09 PDT

Kyle Orton hit Sammy Watkins on a 2-yard touchdown for the winning score with 1 second remaining as the Buffalo Bills beat the Minnesota Vikings 17-16 on Sunday.

Two late TDs get Stafford, Lions past Saints
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 17:58:32 PDT

Matthew Stafford threw two touchdown passes in the final 3:38, including the winner to Corey Fuller with 1:48 remaining, and the Detroit Lions rallied for a 24-23 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

McCoy steps in at QB, leads Redskins to win
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 17:40:08 PDT

Kai Forbath kicked a 22-yard field goal on the last play of the game, and Colt McCoy stepped in after Kirk Cousins was benched at halftime Sunday to lead the Washington Redskins to a 19-17 win over the Tennessee Titans.

49ers C Kilgore out with injury to leg, ankle
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 03:30:10 PDT

49ers center Daniel Kilgore suffered a lower left leg and ankle injury in the third quarter of the team's 42-17 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday night, something coach Jim Harbaugh said "might be a break."

RB Randle to pitch underwear after arrest
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 11:15:07 PDT

In the span of less than a week, Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has gone from stealing underwear to becoming a spokesman for it.

Irsay gets game ball in return from suspension
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 15:22:04 PDT

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay, attending his first game following his six-game NFL-mandated suspension, was given one of the game balls after his team shut out the Cincinnati Bengals, 27-0, at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday.

Chiefs snap Chargers' streak with late FG
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 20:22:35 PDT

Cairo Santos kicked a 48-yard field goal field goal with 21 seconds left and the Kansas City Chiefs beat San Diego 23-20 Sunday, snapping the Chargers' five-game winning streak.

Sources: Seattle eyed TE Thomas for Harvin
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 10:42:53 PDT

Before the Seattle Seahawks dealt wide receiver Percy Harvin to the New York Jets for a conditional draft choice, they quietly called around to see if any teams would have an interest in a trade.


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Arizona CARDINALS
University of Phoenix Stadium
in Glendale, AZ
Green Bay PACKERS
Lambeau Field
in Green Bay, WI
Oakland RAIDERS
O.co Coliseum
in Oakland, CA
Atlanta FALCONS
Georgia Dome
in Atlanta, GA
Houston TEXANS
Reliant Stadium
in Houston, TX
Philadelphia EAGLES
Lincoln Financial Field
in Philadelphia, PA
Baltimore RAVENS
M&T Bank Stadium
in Baltimore, MD
Indianapolis COLTS
Lucas Oil Stadium
in Indianapolis, IN
Pittsburgh STEELERS
Heinz Field
in Pittsburgh, PA
Buffalo BILLS
Ralph Wilson Stadium
in Orchard Park, NY
Jacksonville JAGUARS
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
in Jacksonville, FL
San Diego CHARGERS
Qualcomm Stadium
in San Diego, CA
Carolina PANTHERS
Bank of America Stadium
in Charlotte, NC
Kansas City CHIEFS
Arrowhead Stadium
in Kansas City, MO
San Francisco 49ERS
Levi`s Stadium
in San Francisco, CA
Chicago BEARS
Soldier Field
in Chicago, IL
Miami DOLPHINS
Sun Life Stadium
in Miami Gardens, FL
Seattle SEAHAWKS
CenturyLink Field
in Seattle, WA
Cincinnati BENGALS
Paul Brown Stadium
in Cincinnati, OH
Minnesota VIKINGS
Mall of America Field
in Minneapolis, MN
St. Louis RAMS
Edward Jones Dome
in St. Louis, MO
Cleveland BROWNS
FirstEnergy Stadium
in Cleveland, OH
New England PATRIOTS
Gillette Stadium
in Foxborough, MA
Tampa Bay BUCCANEERS
Raymond James Stadium
in Tampa, FL
Dallas COWBOYS
AT&T Stadium
in Arlington, TX
New Orleans SAINTS
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
in New Orleans, LA
Tennesse TITANS
LP Field
in Nashville, TN
Denver BRONCOS
Sports Authority Field at Mile High
in Denver, CO
New York GIANTS
MetLife Stadium
in East Rutherford, NJ
Washington REDSKINS
FedEx Field
in Landover, MD
Detroit LIONS
Ford Field
in Detroit, MI
New York JETS
MetLife Stadium
in East Rutherford, NJ
 

NFL STADIUM INFORMATION
Arrowhead Stadium
Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO
NFL Home of the:  Kansas City Chiefs

KANSAS CITY, MO:  Arrowhead Stadium is a stadium located in Kansas City, Missouri, and home to the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs. The stadium was the former home of the Kansas City Wizards of Major League Soccer from 1996 to 2007. It is part of the city's Truman Sports Complex (together with Kauffman Stadium). Fans occasionally refer to the stadium as The Red Sea or simply Arrowhead. The stadium is commonly referred to as the "Home of the CHIEFS" at the beginning of every home game during the singing of the national anthem.

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AT&T Stadium
AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX
NFL Home of the:  Dallas Cowboys

ARLINGTON, TX:  AT&T Stadium (formerly Cowboys Stadium) is a city-owned stadium with a retractable roof in Arlington, Texas. It serves as the home of the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys. It replaced the partially covered Texas Stadium, which opened in 1971, and served as the Cowboys' home through the 2008 season. It was completed on May 27, 2009. The stadium seats 80,000, making it the fourth largest stadium in the NFL by seating capacity. The maximum capacity of the stadium, including standing room, is 105,000. The Party Pass (open areas) sections are behind seats in each end zone and on a series of six elevated platforms connected by stairways.

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Bank of America Stadium
Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC
NFL Home of the:  Carolina Panthers

CHARLOTTE, NC:  Bank of America Stadium (formerly known as Carolinas Stadium and Ericsson Stadium) is a 73,504-seat football stadium located on 33 acres (130,000 m²) of land in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. It is the home facility of the Carolina Panthers NFL franchise. It also hosts the annual Meineke Car Care Bowl which features teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Big East. It will host the 2010 and 2011 ACC Championship Games. The stadium has also been the site for several games featuring the East Carolina University Pirates.

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CenturyLink Field
CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA
NFL Home of the:  Seattle Seahawks

SEATTLE, WA:  CenturyLink Field is a multi-purpose stadium in Seattle, Washington, United States. It serves as the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL) and Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). It was originally called Seahawks Stadium but was renamed Qwest Field in June 23, 2004 when telecommunications carrier Qwest acquired the naming rights. It was then given its current name in June 2011 after the acquisition of Qwest by CenturyLink. The complex also includes the Event Center with the WaMu Theater, a parking garage, and a public plaza. The venue hosts concerts, trade shows, and consumer shows along with sporting events. Located within a mile (1.6 km) of Seattle's central business district, the venue is accessible by multiple freeways and forms of mass transit.

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Edward Jones Dome
Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, MO
NFL Home of the:  St. Louis Rams

ST. LOUIS, MO:  The Edward Jones Dome (more formally known as the Edward Jones Dome at America's Center, and previously known as The Trans World Dome or incorrectly TWA Dome - even though TWA had the naming rights, "Airlines" was never part of the building's name) is a multi purpose stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, and home of the St. Louis Rams of the NFL. It was constructed largely to lure an NFL team back to St. Louis, and to serve as a convention center. The Dome provides multiple stadium configurations that can seat up to 70,000 people. Seating levels include: a private luxury suite level, a private club seat and luxury suite level, a concourse level (lower bowl) and terrace level (upper bowl). The dome was completed in 1995.

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FedEx Field
FedEx Field in Landover, MD
NFL Home of the:  Washington Redskins

LANDOVER, MD:  FedExField (originally Jack Kent Cooke Stadium) is a football stadium located in Landover, an unincorporated community near the Capital Beltway (I-495) in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States, near the site of the old Capital Centre later called USAir Arena. FedExField is the home of the Washington Redskins football team and is the largest stadium in the National Football League, seating 91,704 people; it is also the largest venue used by a professional sports team in the United States.

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FirstEnergy Stadium
FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, OH
NFL Home of the:  Cleveland Browns

CLEVELAND, OH:  FirstEnergy Stadium, officially FirstEnergy Stadium, Home of the Cleveland Browns and previously known as Cleveland Browns Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, United States. It is the home field of the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League, and serves as a venue for other events such as college and high school football games, soccer games, and concerts. It opened in 1999 and is located at North Coast Harbor, near the Great Lakes Science Center and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The stadium sits on 31 acres (13 ha) of land between Lake Erie and the Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, previously the site of Cleveland Municipal Stadium from 1932–1996. The seating capacity is listed at 73,200 making it the 10th largest stadium in the NFL.

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Ford Field
Ford Field in Detroit, MI
NFL Home of the:  Detroit Lions

DETROIT, MI:  Ford Field is an indoor football stadium located in Detroit, Michigan that is the current home field of the NFL's Detroit Lions. It is across the street from Comerica Park. It regularly seats 65,000, though it is expandable up to 70,000 for football and 80,000 for basketball. The naming rights were paid for by Ford at $40 million over 20 years; the Ford family (including Lions owner William Clay Ford, Sr.) holds a controlling interest in the company.

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Georgia Dome
Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA
NFL Home of the:  Atlanta Falcons

ATLANTA, GA:  The Georgia Dome is a domed stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia, between downtown to the east and Vine City to the west. It has been the home stadium for the Atlanta Falcons since 1992, and is owned and operated by the State of Georgia as part of the Georgia World Congress Center. Until 1999 upon the opening of the Millennium Dome in London, the Georgia Dome was the largest domed structure in the world.

The Dome is accessible by rail via MARTA's East-West and Proctor Creek lines, which service the nearby Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center and Vine City stations.

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Gillette Stadium
Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA
NFL Home of the:  New England Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, MA:  Gillette Stadium is the home stadium for the New England Patriots football team and the New England Revolution soccer team. Located in Foxborough, Massachusetts, the facility opened in 2002, replacing Foxboro Stadium. The seating capacity is 68,756, including 6,000 club seats and 87 luxury suites. The stadium is owned and operated by Massachusetts businessman Robert Kraft, who also owns the Patriots and Revolution. The stadium was originally known as CMGI Field before the naming rights were bought by Gillette after the "dot-com" bust. Although Gillette has since merged with Procter & Gamble, the stadium retains the Gillette name because P&G has continued to use the Gillette brand name. Additionally, uBid (until April 2003 a wholly owned subsidiary of CMGI) as of 2009 continues to sponsor one of the main entrance gates to the stadium.

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Heinz Field
Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA
NFL Home of the:  Pittsburgh Steelers

PITTSBURGH, PA:  Heinz Field is a stadium located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It primarily serves as the home to the Pittsburgh Steelers and University of Pittsburgh Panthers American football teams, members of the National Football League (NFL) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) respectively. The stadium opened in 2001, after the controlled implosion of the teams' previous stadium, Three Rivers Stadium. The stadium is named for locally based H. J. Heinz Company, which purchased the naming rights in 2001.

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Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium in Jacksonville, FL
NFL Home of the:  Jacksonville Jaguars

JACKSONVILLE, FL:  Jacksonville Municipal Stadium is a football stadium located in downtown Jacksonville, Florida next to the St. Johns River. It is the home stadium facility of the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL franchise. The stadium sits on 10 acres (40,000 m²) of land, including portions of the original Gator Bowl Stadium; it had a capacity of 73,000 when re-opened and expansions over the past decade have since increased that to 76,877.

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Lambeau Field
Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI
NFL Home of the:  Green Bay Packers

GREEN BAY, WI:  Lambeau Field is an outdoor football stadium in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the home of the NFL's Green Bay Packers. Opened in 1957 as City Stadium, it replaced the original City Stadium as the Packers' home field. For that reason, it was also informally known as New City Stadium until 1965, when it was renamed for Packers founder, player, and long-time head coach, Curly Lambeau, who had died earlier in the year.

Lambeau Field was the first stadium built for the exclusive use of an NFL team, and is the longest continuously-occupied stadium in the NFL.

The stadium's street address is 1265 Lombardi Avenue. It sits on a block bounded by Lombardi Avenue (north); Oneida Street (east); Stadium Drive and Valley View Road (south); and Ridge Road (west). The playing field at the stadium sits at an elevation of 640 feet (195 m) above sea level.

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Levi`s Stadium
Levi`s Stadium in San Francisco, CA
NFL Home of the:  San Francisco 49ers

SAN FRANCISCO, CA:  Candlestick Park (also commonly referred to as Candlestick or The Stick) is an outdoor sports and entertainment stadium located in San Francisco, California. The stadium was originally built as the home of Major League Baseball's San Francisco Giants, who played there from 1960 until moving into Pacific Bell Park (since renamed AT&T Park) in 2000. Currently it is the home field of the San Francisco 49ers NFL team, who moved in for the 1971 season. Candlestick Park may be replaced by New 49ers Stadium as early as 2012.

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Lincoln Financial Field
Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA
NFL Home of the:  Philadelphia Eagles

PHILADELPHIA, PA:  Lincoln Financial Field, familiarly known as "The Linc", is the home stadium of the National Football League's Philadelphia Eagles. It has a seating capacity of 68,532 (69,032 with Standing Room Only tickets). It is located in South Philadelphia on Pattison Avenue between 11th and 10th Streets, also aside I-95 as part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex.

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LP Field
LP Field in Nashville, TN
NFL Home of the:  Tennessee Titans

NASHVILLE, TN:  LP Field is a football stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, owned by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.

The stadium is used primarily for sporting events and music concerts and festivals. The stadium is the home field of the as the NFL's Tennessee Titans and the Tennessee State University Tigers. It is also the site of the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl, a postseason college football game played each December, and is occasionally used as a venue for soccer matches. The stadium is also used for large concerts such as the CMA Music Festival nightly concerts which take place for four days every June.

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Lucas Oil Stadium
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN
NFL Home of the:  Indianapolis Colts

INDIANAPOLIS, IN:  Lucas Oil Stadium is a retractable roof stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. The stadium celebrated its grand opening on August 14, 2008 and its ribbon-cutting ceremony August 16, 2008. It replaces the RCA Dome as the home field of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts. In addition to the stadium, a new high-rise JW Marriott Indianapolis will be constructed as part of the major expansion of the Indiana Convention Center. It is scheduled to host Super Bowl XLVI in 2012.

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M&T Bank Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD
NFL Home of the:  Baltimore Ravens

BALTIMORE, MD:  M&T Bank Stadium is a multi-purpose football stadium located in Baltimore, Maryland. It is the home of the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. The stadium is immediately adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the home of the Baltimore Orioles. Served by the Hamburg Street station of the Baltimore Light Rail, the stadium originally featured a natural grass surface. However, an artificial surface, Sportexe Momentum Turf, was installed for the 2003 season.

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Mall of America Field
Mall of America Field in Minneapolis, MN
NFL Home of the:  Minnesota Vikings

MINNEAPOLIS, MN:  Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, often simply called The Metrodome, is a domed sports stadium in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The field was renamed Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in October 2009. Opened in 1982, it replaced Metropolitan Stadium, which was on the current site of the Mall of America in Bloomington (which, beginning a three year deal on October 5, 2009, now holds naming rights for the Metrodome's field), and Memorial Stadium on the University of Minnesota campus. The Metrodome is home to the National Football League's Minnesota Vikings, and is occasionally used by the Big Ten's University of Minnesota Golden Gophers baseball team. The stadium was also the home of the Minnesota Twins from 1982 to 2009 and the Golden Gophers football team from 1982 to 2008.

The stadium is 28 years old, making it the ninth oldest stadium in the National Football League. Locally, its common nickname is simply The Dome.

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Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA
NFL Home of the:  New Orleans Saints

NEW ORLEANS, LA:  The Mercedes-Benz Superdome, previously known as the Louisiana Superdome and colloquially known as the Superdome, is a sports and exhibition arena located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Plans were drawn up in 1967 by the New Orleans modernist architectural firm of Curtis and Davis.

It is home to the NFL's New Orleans Saints, the NCAA's Division I-A Tulane Green Wave football team (the largest football stadium in Conference USA), the State Farm Bayou Classic, the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, the Allstate Sugar Bowl and, every fourth year, the BCS National Championship game. It is one of the few facilities in the US which can host major sporting events, such as the Super Bowl and the Final Four; as such, given New Orleans' popularity as a tourist destination, whenever it bids to host such an event it routinely makes the "short list" of candidates being considered. It has been chosen to host Super Bowl XLVII in February 2013.

It is the largest fixed domed structure in the world. Its steel frame covers a 13-acre (5.3 ha) expanse. Its 273-foot (83 m) dome is made of a Lamella multi-ringed frame and has a diameter of 680 feet (210 m).

In 2005, it came to international attention when it was damaged by Hurricane Katrina and housed thousands of people seeking shelter from the storm.

On October 3, 2011, it was announced that Mercedes-Benz purchased naming rights to the stadium. The new name took effect on October 23, 2011. It is the third stadium that has naming rights from Mercedes-Benz (and first in the United States), after the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart, Germany and the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai, China.

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MetLife Stadium
MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ
NFL Home of the:  New York Giants  and  New York Jets

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ:  MetLife Stadium is a stadium in the New York Metropolitan Area, part of the MetLife Sports Complex, in East Rutherford, New Jersey. It is the home of the New York Giants and New York Jets of the National Football League and is adjacent to the site of the former Giants Stadium, which was home to the Giants from 1976 until December 2009 and the Jets from 1984 until January 2010. Like its predecessor, the new stadium is the only NFL stadium shared by two teams. However, unlike Giants Stadium, in which the Jets were tenants of the NJSEA, the new stadium is a 50/50 partnership between both teams.

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O.co Coliseum
O.co Coliseum in Oakland, CA
NFL Home of the:  Oakland Raiders

OAKLAND, CA:  O.co Coliseum – originally known as the Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum, and commonly Oakland Coliseum – is a multi-purpose stadium, located in Oakland, California, USA, in the Coliseum Industrial area. It is the only multi-purpose stadium left to serve as a full-time home to both a Major League Baseball team (the Oakland Athletics) and a National Football League team (the Oakland Raiders). The Coliseum was also home to the San Jose Earthquakes, of Major League Soccer, who used the stadium for several games during their 2008–2009 seasons. It also was the host of some games of the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

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Paul Brown Stadium
Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH
NFL Home of the:  Cincinnati Bengals

CINCINNATI, OH:  Paul Brown Stadium is a football stadium located in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the home of the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League. It opened on August 19, 2000. Bucking a recent trend, the city decided against selling the naming rights of the new stadium to a large corporation and named it after coaching legend Paul Brown, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame who founded not only the Bengals in 1966, but also the Cleveland Browns in 1946.

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Qualcomm Stadium
Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA
NFL Home of the:  San Diego Chargers

SAN DIEGO, CA:  Qualcomm Stadium (a.k.a. "The Q", "The Murph"), formerly known as San Diego Stadium and Jack Murphy Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in San Diego, California. It is the current home of the San Diego Chargers of the National Football League and of the San Diego State University Aztecs college football team. It hosts the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl college football games every December. Until 2003, it served as the home of San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball. The stadium has hosted three Super Bowl games: Super Bowl XXII in 1988, Super Bowl XXXII in 1998, and Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003. It has also hosted the 1978 and 1992 Major League Baseball All-Star Games, the 1996 and 1998 National League Division Series, the 1984 and 1998 National League Championship Series, and the 1984 and 1998 World Series. It is the only stadium ever to host both the Super Bowl and the World Series in the same year (1998).

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Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, NY
NFL Home of the:  Buffalo Bills

ORCHARD PARK, NY:  Ralph Wilson Stadium is a football stadium located in the town of Orchard Park, a suburb of Buffalo, New York. It is the home stadium for the Buffalo Bills National Football League football team and is the largest stadium of any kind in New York. It was originally named Rich Stadium.

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Raymond James Stadium
Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL
NFL Home of the:  Tampa Bay Buccaneers

TAMPA, FL:  Raymond James Stadium, also known as "The Ray Jay", is a multi-purpose football stadium located in Tampa, Florida. It is home to the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers as well as the NCAA's South Florida Bulls football team. The stadium seats just over 66,000, and it is expandable to 75,000 for special events. The stadium also hosts the annual Outback Bowl on New Year's Day, and the Monster Jam monster truck event after the end of football season in January or February.

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Reliant Stadium
Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX
NFL Home of the:  Houston Texans

HOUSTON, TX:  Reliant Stadium is a multiple-use stadium in Houston, Texas. The stadium is the home of the National Football League's Houston Texans, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the Texas Bowl, host to many international soccer matches for the USA National Soccer Team and other events. The stadium served as the host facility for Super Bowl XXXVIII on February 1, 2004 and WrestleMania XXV on April 5, 2009.

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Soldier Field
Soldier Field in Chicago, IL
NFL Home of the:  Chicago Bears

CHICAGO, IL:  Soldier Field (formerly Municipal Grant Park Stadium) is located on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, Illinois, and is currently home to the NFL's Chicago Bears. It reopened on September 29, 2003 after a complete rebuild (the second in the stadium's history).

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Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, CO
NFL Home of the:  Denver Broncos

DENVER, CO:  Sports Authority Field at Mile High, previously known as Invesco Field at Mile High, and commonly known as Mile High, is a multi-purpose stadium, in Denver, Colorado. It replaced the identically sized, but commercially obsolete Mile High Stadium (named for the fact that Denver is exactly one mile above sea level) in 2001. It is best known as the home of the Denver Broncos of the National Football League. Invesco paid $120 million for the original naming rights, before Sports Authority claimed the naming rights on August 16, 2011.

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Sun Life Stadium
Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL
NFL Home of the:  Miami Dolphins

MIAMI GARDENS, FL:  Sun Life Stadium (previously known as Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Dolphin Stadium, and Land Shark Stadium) is a multi-purpose stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, a suburb of Miami. The stadium serves as host to the Miami Dolphins, the Florida Marlins, the Miami Hurricanes, and the annual Orange Bowl college football game.

Since its construction, the stadium has hosted five Super Bowls (XXIII, XXIX, XXXIII, XLI and XLIV), two World Series (1997 and 2003), and three BCS National Championship Games (2001, 2005, 2009). The stadium served as host for the second round of the 2009 World Baseball Classic, and hosted the 2010 Pro Bowl.

On January 18, 2010, The Miami Dolphins signed a five-year deal with Sun Life Financial to rename Dolphin Stadium to Sun Life Stadium. The deal is worth $7.5 million per year for five years (a total of $37.5 million).

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University of Phoenix Stadium
University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ
NFL Home of the:  Arizona Cardinals

GLENDALE, AZ:  University of Phoenix Stadium is a multipurpose football stadium located in Glendale, Arizona. It is the home of the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL) and the annual Fiesta Bowl. The new stadium is located next door to the Jobing.com Arena, where the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes play, and it has the first fully retractable natural grass playing surface built in the United States. An opening on one side of the stadium allows the playing field to move to the exterior of the building, both allowing the entire natural turf playing surface to be exposed to daylight when it is not in use and allowing the floor to be used for other purposes without damaging the playing surface. University of Phoenix Stadium hosted Super Bowl XLII and the 2007 BCS National Championship Game, a game that it hosts quadrennially.

The University of Phoenix, a for-profit university specializing in adult education, acquired the naming rights in September 2006, shortly after the stadium had opened under the name Cardinals Stadium. The "University of Phoenix" name is applied as a corporate sponsor, and not as the home stadium of the University (which has no intercollegiate athletics program).

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