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NFL to Play Mexico City in 2019 Despite Field Fiasco

The National Football League confirmed Monday that it will go ahead with plans to stage a game in Mexico City in 2019 despite having to move this season’s fixture back to the USA over pitch concerns.

Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah President of ANOC during the 69th ANOC Executive Council Meeting at ANOC headquarters on April 4, 2016 in Lausanne, Switzerland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Kuwaiti Sheikh Steps Aside from IOC After Forgery Charge

KUWAIT CITY – World sport powerbroker Sheikh Ahmad al-Fahad al-Sabah said he was “temporarily” stepping aside from his International Olympic Committee duties on Monday after he was charged with forgery in Switzerland.

Alex Smith

WATCH: Redskins QB Alex Smith Suffers Gruesome Leg Injury

Things went from bad to worse on Sunday, for a Redskins offense that was looking to find some consistency with their play. Now, the Redskins will have to search for that consistency without their starting quarterback.

Condoleezza Rice

Report: Browns Interested in Hiring Condoleezza Rice As Head Coach

Former Cabinet members frequently find themselves employed in a very diverse field of work after leaving government. However, if the Browns pull off what they’re reportedly attempting to do, this will take things to a whole other level.

Eric Reid

Anthem Protester Eric Reid Fined for Hit to Ben Roethlisberger’s Head

When Eric Reid launched joined Colin Kaepernick in his anthem protests, many football fans suspected that the LSU product would one day be fined by the league. Though, most of those fans likely thought he would be fined for protesting before he got fined for an illegal hit.

Mike Elias

Orioles Hire Mike Elias from Astros As Executive VP, GM

BALTIMORE — Astros assistant general manager Mike Elias was hired Friday to rebuild the Baltimore Orioles, who traded many of their star players last season before finishing with the worst record in the majors.

Mexico City

Mexicans Disappointed with NFL Decision to Move Chiefs-Rams

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The NFL*s decision to move the regular-season game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Rams due to the poor condition of the turf at Azteca Stadium has left many Mexicans disappointed, angered and wondering how it will affect the relationship with the league for the future.