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The 2012 NFL season, the 93rd regular season of the National Football League, is set to begin Wednesday, September 5, 2012, and will end with Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, February 3, 2013, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
Here are some of the legitimate ways to watch NFL games beyond those available on over-the-air broadcasts and basic cable:
•With the software(the best way):
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•Many games are offered through the NFL Network channel. You can order this from your cable or satellite provider. This channel carries all the preseason games, weekly season games and hosts the popular show, NFL Total Access. It also includes “NFL Replay,” which offers the five best games of the week.
•For a free but legitimate viewing option, check out Hulu‘s NFL page online. You can watch past games, highlights and interviews. Just look under your favorite team’s name or in the Game of the Week section.
In a memo sent to all 32 NFL teams after the ruling and obtained by AP, NFL legal counsel Jeff Pash emphasized that "nothing in today's decision contradicts any of the facts found in the investigation into this matter, or absolves any player of responsibility for conduct detrimental. Nor does the decision in any way suggest what discipline would be appropriate for conduct that lies within the authority of the Commissioner."
The league's investigation found that Saints coaches and players, led by former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, ran a program from 2009-11 that offered cash payouts for hits that injured opponents. It said specific bounties were placed on quarterbacks Kurt Warner and Brett Favre in the 2009-10 playoffs.
The Saints open their season at home against Washington on Sunday, while the Browns host Philadelphia.
The NFL granted roster exemptions to the Saints for both of their suspended players and to the Browns for Fujita, meaning New Orleans could carry up to 55 players and Cleveland 54.
Earlier this week, Saints interim head coach Aaron Kromer said Smith, who participated in training camp and the preseason before he began serving his four-game suspension on Monday, would be ready to play against Washington if available.
Paul Kruger, outside linebacker. No pressure on Kruger this season. All he has to do is replace the league's reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year in Terrell Suggs, who tore his Achilles' tendon this offseason and likely won't return to his high-impact self until 2013. Suggs, of course, has been one of the NFL's most disruptive players from his weakside rush-linebacker slot, and in reality the Ravens know that one player alone probably can't make up for his lost production.
The Ravens already knew Kruger had strong pass rush skills, but they've been encouraged this camp by his improvement in the area of pass coverage, knowing when and how to go into his drops. Staying healthy and surviving the 16-game grind is another key for Kruger, but he's off to a strong start and seems determined to seize the starting opportunity at hand and make sure the Ravens season didn't end when Suggs went down.
Jim Caldwell, quarterbacks coach. In Caldwell coming to Baltimore, yet another ex-head coach from the 2011 season has landed with a new team that seems thrilled to have him (see Tony Sparano, Raheem Morris, Steve Spagnuolo, Todd Bowles, Jack Del Rio, Todd Haley, etc...). Caldwell, who was let go by the Colts after last year's Peyton-less meltdown in Indy, is a great fit with Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, and the two have reportedly clicked almost effortlessly. Both have the same even temperament and calm demeanor, and Caldwell has been a welcomed and needed buffer between Flacco and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, whose relationship has been known to have bouts of tension at times.
Kolb got off to an inauspicious start Sunday night in the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Game. On his first pass of the game, he threw an interception on a pass intended for Andre Roberts. That was the first of three series Kolb played in the game, and by no means the most disastrous of them. With six and a half minutes left in the first quarter, Kolb was tackled by Sedrick Ellis on his own goal line, a hit that ended his night with bruised ribs and a bruised diaphragm. It also complicated the Cardinals' quarterback picture.
Oh, and to add one more sour note to it, Kolb was injured just as he completed his first pass of the game.
John Skelton had a much better outing, though a brief one. He picked up a pair of plays in relief of Kolb before leading the Cardinals on a 90-yard, 14-play touchdown drive against the Saints' first team defense. Skelton finished his work with 32 passing yards on four completions in six attempts.
The tide clearly turned in Skelton's favor who looked decisive making quick passes to move his team downfield on their lone touchdown drive.