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The Buffalo Bills will be blacked out on local television for the second time this year after failing to sell out Sunday's game against Detroit by the NFL deadline.
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Dino De Laurentiis, one of the last great, intrepid film producers who with unmatched showmanship shepherded movies as varied as "La Strada" and "Barbarella," died Wednesday night in his Beverly Hills home. He was 91.
Born five minutes apart, Rex and Rob Ryan are inseparable. They've spent a lifetime together, playing, laughing, loving and fighting _ sometimes with each other and often against anyone foolish enough to take them on.
Randy Moss says he's sorry things didn't work out with in Minnesota and that he isn't upset with the Vikings or coach Brad Childress for waiving him. The well-traveled receiver insists he isn't in town _ his third NFL city this season _ to start trouble.