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FREE AGENT SPORTS NEWS - OCTOBER 2015

AmeriLeague National Tryouts
amerileague.com | October 20, 2015
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You can register for tryouts for our AmeriLeague Teams.
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Three Ohio State Buckeyes ranked No. 1 at their position for 2016 NFL Draft by ESPN's Todd McShay
cleveland.com | October 15, 2015
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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- We've told you before about how this Ohio State football team is going to have a completely different feel to it next year, because there's a mass exodus of NFL talent about to come this spring.
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Peyton Manning leads all NFL players in endorsement earnings, per Forbes
blogs.denverpost.com | October 15, 2015
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Peyton Manning is still No. 1 in one category. The Broncos’ quarterback will again lead all NFL players in endorsement earnings this year, racking up $12 million from partnerships with Nike, Nationwide, Gatorade, Papa John’s and others, according to Forbes.
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15 NBA Rookies Who Are Already Looking Like Disappointments
rantsports.com | October 15, 2015
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The NBA regular season is rapidly approaching and the preseason has already started for most teams. Some rookies have taken the floor and experienced the NBA game for the first time.
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Tom Brady on TAG Heuer Endorsement, Health Choices
msn.com | October 15, 2015
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Oct. 14 -- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the new brand ambassador of TAG Heuer on Tuesday night. Brady discussed TAG Heuer, football, Donald Trump, and health choices with "Bloomberg ‹GO›" anchor Stephanie Ruhle in New York City.
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NFL players can appear in DraftKings ads: What it means
fortune.com | October 1, 2015
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The NFLPA’s deal with DraftKings adds legitimacy to the suddenly-ubiquitous fantasy sports startup. Since the start of the current NFL season earlier this month, two companies have dominated the football-related airwaves, conversation, and controversy: DraftKings and FanDuel.
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