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Russell Baxter

Love the NFL? You can find me on NFL Spin Zone (FanSided), Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Tumblr, TheBingBing, FriendLife and more. NFL consultant, historian analyst, lots of radio (Fox, CBS, NBC, etc.) and TV.

NFL Free Agency 2017: Is wide receiver Kenny Stills the one?

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NFL Free Agency 2017: Is wide receiver Kenny Stills the one? By John Angiolillo Special to Pro Football Guru It should come as no surprise that some NFL free agents are overpaid. However, in the case of Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills, observers and fans might raise some eyebrows at ...

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NFL 2017 Offseason: The Blind Side Moments

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The Blind Side Moments By Jennifer A. Garrett Special to NFL Female and Pro Football Guru Aaron Rodgers is one tough quarterback. Known for his arm strength and high-arc passes, this guy is the “King of the Hail Mary,” among other things. Although Rodgers is a solid player, there are times that ...

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​2017 National Football League Important Dates (Offseason)

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​2017 National Football League Important Dates (Offseason) (via NFL Communications) February 6 Waiver system begins for 2017. February 11 NFL Regional Combines, Virginia Mason Athletic Center, Seattle, Washington. February 14 Beginning at 12 noon, New York time, NFL clubs may begin to sign players whose 2016 CFL contracts have expired. ...

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FanSided (2017): By Russell S. Baxter

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Hello NFL fans. Keep up with Russell S. Baxter’s NFL articles on FanSided. Click on this link. Updated whenever new pieces are available. Follow Pro Football Guru on Twitter and Facebook.

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NFL Spin Zone (2017): By Russell S. Baxter

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Hello NFL fans. Keep up with Russell S. Baxter’s NFL articles on NFL Spin Zone. Click on this link. Updated whenever new pieces are available. Follow Pro Football Guru on Twitter and Facebook.      

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2016 NFL Schedule: Final Results

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2016 NFL Schedule: Week by Week (All Times ET) Week 1 (September 8-12) American Football Conference: Baltimore 13, Buffalo 7 Cincinnati 23, N.Y. Jets 22 Kansas City 33, San Diego 27 (OT) National Football Conference: N.Y. Giants 20, Dallas 19 Tampa Bay 31, Atlanta 24 San Francisco 28, Los Angeles ...

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SnapCall Sports (2016 NFC Championship Game)

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Welcome to SnapCall Sports (Click here to download the app) This Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons host the Green Bay Packers for the right to reach Super Bowl LI. Back in Week 8, the Falcons rallied behind quarterback Matt Ryan to defeat Aaron Rodgers and company, 33-32. Want to enjoy this rematch ...

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NFL 2016: Breaking Down The Current NFC Playoff Picture

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Breaking Down The Current NFC Playoff Picture By Adam Hayes Special to Pro Football Guru It’s down the stretch time in NFL 2016. Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s time to take a closer look at the playoff picture in the NFC. While still muddled to a large ...

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Good Morning Football: NFL Nerd Bowl Part IV (Oct. 13, 2016)

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On Thursday morning, October 13, I made my fourth trip to to NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football,” I had the opportunity to participate in another NFL trivia contest (@BaxFootballGuru) against Fox Sports’ Peter Schrager (@PSchrags). CLICK HERE to see the fourth version of the “Nerd Bowl.” Fun stuff and thanks to the staff ...

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NFL Tuesday Twitter Cheat Sheet for Week 6, 2016

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NFL Tuesday Twitter Cheat Sheet for Week 6, 2016 One of the best parts about covering the NFL is the fun you can have breaking down the game. Another aspect is learning the history of the league. Sports fans, one way or another, like numbers. They don’t lie in many ...

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