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Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan thinks he knows why President Trump has had the NFL in his crosshairs. Jealousy. "This is a very personal issue with him," Khan told USA Today after Wednesday's owners meetings concluded in New York regarding Trump's insistence that the league's players should all stand during the national anthem. Trump attempted to buy the B…

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As a rookie head coach for the New York Jets, while his dazed city and a nation recovered from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Herm Edwards would stand at the 50-yard line for "The Star-Spangled Banner" and remember his late father. Master Sgt. Herm Edwards Sr. spent 27 years in the Army, fought in World War II and the Korean War and raised his children for a whi…

Statement from Buffalo Bills owners Terry and Kim Pegula: "Several of us met tonight -- players, coaches, staff, and ownership. Our goal was to provide open dialogue and communication. We listened to one another. We believe it's the best way to work through any issue we are facing -- on and off the field. "President Trump’s remarks were divisive and disrespectful t…

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NFL sideline protests had been a fading issue. A few players still kneel or raise a fist during "The Star-Spangled Banner," but the regular season began three weeks ago. Fans are watching the games, tracking their fantasy players, betting the point spreads. While Colin Kaepernick's continued unemployment after kneeling out national anthems last season remains a debate, p…

Bills

Are the Bills in full tank mode, merely fair to middling, or ready to shock the world and surge into playoff contention? There is plenty of grist for that conversational mill elsewhere in The Buffalo News’ NFL Preview section, as well as on talk radio, the nearest Twitter and Facebook feeds, and at better barstools everywhere. But sometimes we need to break out of th…

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Michael Caputo stares out the passenger window of his friend’s silver BMW 750Li. The car provides a smooth ride, but where Caputo’s headed Friday afternoon has his thoughts roiling. Caputo, a political consultant from East Aurora, is being chauffeured to the Capitol for a closed-door hearing before the House Intelligence Committee. He’s about three hours away f…

The Tim Graham Show

Donald Trump could have owned the Buffalo Bills. Imagine how much different the world would be. We did exactly that for two hours on "The Tim Graham Show" this week at Sports Radio 1270 The Fan. You can listen to the second part of the two-hour show, including interviews with Susan Milligan of U.S. News & World Report and local Trump compatriot Carl Paladino, …

The Tim Graham Show

What if Donald Trump bought the Buffalo Bills? He tried in 2014, long before anyone thought he would be in the Oval Office. Trump submitted one of the three nonbinding bids to buy the Bills after founder Ralph Wilson died. Terry and Kim Pegula's staggering $1.4 billion offer pulverized the field. Jon Bon Jovi's group, which included his Toronto backers, couldn't comp…

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The epicenter of a national phenomenon is located on 900 square feet in the Walden Galleria. On the second floor, between Abercrombie & Fitch and Perfumania, where a frozen yogurt shop used to be, is a molten nexus of sports, pop culture, sneakers and art. Fabes Sole High was founded for the serious sneaker customer, folks who desire the hottest brands, who colle…

Politics

CLEVELAND – Playing part stand-up comic and part political boxer, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani delivered a sequence of heavy punches to Hillary Clinton Thursday morning. Meanwhile, on the other side of the political line, Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota – an actual comedian-turned-politician – traveled to Cleveland to deliver a few jabs to the Donald Trump-…

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CLEVELAND — For the second consecutive day, a group of influential Democrats gathered media here to counter Donald Trump’s candidacy. The intended target on Tuesday was that day’s theme at the Republican National Convention: “Make America Work Again.” Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chairwoman on the Democratic National Committee, stood at a podium and …