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ESPN: Redskins to Hire Gruden

No...not THAT Gruden

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NFL: No Deal for Refs

Many believed the controversial ending of the Monday Night Football game in Seattle would mean an end to the deadlock between the league and the NFL Referees' Association.

But, even that wasn't enough f

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NFL Upholds Seahawks MNF Win

The NFL defends the indefensible

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An Open Letter to Roger Goodell – From the Bird’s Nest

As Popeye once said "that's all I can stands, cuz I can't stands no more!"

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Jaworski Out on Monday Night Football

There will be just a two man crew next season on Monday Night Football on ESPN.

The network has announced a new contract for Ron Jaworski, but MNF isn't going to be a part of it.

There will be

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‘Monday Night Football’ Drops Hank Williams Jr. Theme for Good

On Monday, after Hank Williams Jr. appeared on Fox News and compared President Obama and House Speaker John A. Boehner’s recent golf outing to “Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu,” ESPN pulled Williams’ classic opening theme from that night’s airing of ‘Monday Night Football.’

‘All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday Night,’ which includes the catchphrase, “Are you ready for some football?,” had opened the show for nearly 20 years. At the time, the network declined to say whether the benching would be permanent or not, but now it seems it is.

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ESPN, Hank, Jr. Part Ways

ESPN will no longer be using Hank Williams, Jr. as part of their Monday Night Football open.

But whose idea it was to part ways depends on who you believe.

ESPN issued a statement today saying that they would no longer be using Williams, whose "Rowdy Friends" opening h

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ESPN Pulls Hank Williams Jr. Song from ‘Monday Night Football’ for Calling Obama ‘Hitler’ [VIDEO]

ESPN pulled country star Hank Williams Jr.’s ‘All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Monday Night’ opener from the telecast of ‘Monday Night Football’ after Williams appeared on television comparing President Barack Obama to murderous dictator Adolf Hitler.

The song, a modified version of Williams’ 1984 hit, ‘All My Rowdy Friends are Coming Over Tonight,’ has won four Emmys and has ushered in the Monday night games for some 20 years.

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