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Jordy Nelson exits Sunday's game with a right ankle ... - Yahoo! Sports

Jordy Nelson exits Sunday's game with a right ankle ... - Yahoo! Sports | football! | Scoop.it
From the blog Shutdown Corner: The Green Bay Packers received some good news on Sunday morning when wide receiver Jordy Nelson's hamstring was determined to be healthy enough to not only play, but start against ...
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Athletes aiding Sandy victims is a reminder of the power of sports at its best - CBSSports.com

Athletes aiding Sandy victims is a reminder of the power of sports at its best - CBSSports.com | football! | Scoop.it
New York TimesAthletes aiding Sandy victims is a reminder of the power of sports at its bestCBSSports.comSomething like Sandy happens, and it puts things into perspective. Sports? Into perspective.
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Ten Days of Augmented Reality: Day 4 – Outstanding Sports Apparel! | ND Graphics

Ten Days of Augmented Reality: Day 4 – Outstanding Sports Apparel! | ND Graphics | football! | Scoop.it
#ARNews RT @NDGraphics: Advertise Everywhere with #AugmentedReality Sports Apparel!
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Bears' defense and special teams prove resourceful ... - Yahoo! Sports

Bears' defense and special teams prove resourceful ... - Yahoo! Sports | football! | Scoop.it
From the blog Shutdown Corner: Through seven full games and one half of football, the Chicago Bears have scored eight touchdowns via their defense and special teams. To put that in perspective: Through seven full games ...
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Catching The Action: Photographing Youth Sports

Catching The Action: Photographing Youth Sports | football! | Scoop.it
With a few exceptions, sports tend to take place on large fields, where a photographer will have limited ability to get close to his subject. Couple that fact with a lack of control over lighting, and sports of any level can be a ...
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