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From the Arizona Cardinals playing the Green Bay Packers in 2009 to the Denver Broncos and the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011, playoff games have created countless unforgettable moments in football history.
The National Football League playoffs are a single-elimination tournament held after the end of the regular season to determine the NFL champion.The tournament ends with the Super Bowl, the league's championship game, which matches the two conference champions. CapitalCityTickets.com carries a cheap selection of NFL Playoffs tickets! See your favorite team in action!

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Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman and medical marijuana advocate Eugene Monroe may be getting back into the NFL. The New York Giants are looking for offensive line depth and are reportedly interested in Monroe. “This is the position most likely to add a player who may contribute before the season starts,” per Jordan Raanan of NJ.com. “The Giants still have interest in former Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe after an offseason where they tried to find a potential replacement for right tackle Marshall Newhouse, but came up empty.” The biggest sticking point might be that Monroe wants to play left tackle, while New York would be looking for him to play on the right side, per Raanan. Getting back to the NFL could help Monroe continue his advocacy for medical marijuana. Signing with the Giants would be even better for his cause. With the New York media, Monroe would have plenty of chances to get his message out and heard across the country. Possibly because of his outspoken s...
       
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