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Looking for Super Bowl tickets? The Super Bowl is one of the most popular sporting events each year. Super Bowl LI will be held on February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX. The stadium is home to the NFL's Houston Texans. Find your Super Bowl LI tickets today at All of our Super Bowl ticket orders are backed with our 200% guarantee.

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Super Bowl LI
Super Bowl LI will take place on February 5th at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX. Lady Gaga will be the headlining act for the "Super Bowl Halftime Show". Looking for Super Bowl tickets, you came to the right site. carries all levels of seating for Super Bowl LI including hospitality passes and hotel rooms.

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The Super Bowl is championship game of the National Football League (NFL). The game culminates a season that begins in the late summer of the previous calendar year.

The game was created as part of a merger agreement between the NFL and its then-rival league, the American Football League (AFL).

The day on which the Super Bowl is played, now considered by some an unofficial American national holiday, is called "Super Bowl Sunday". In addition, the Super Bowl has frequently been the most-watched American television broadcast of the year.

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Titans players to defy NFL rule on ‘My Cause My Cleats’ in Week 14
If you watched an NFL game during Week 13, you no doubt heard the announcers referring to the “My Cause My Cleats” week, as players were allowed to wear cleats advocating the cause of their choosing. The Tennessee Titans were on a bye, so their players did not get to wear any such cleats. Despite that, the NFL will not let Tennessee’s players wear any “My Cause My Cleats” spikes in Week 14. “Despite missing the “My Cause My Cleats” weekend, the Titans have not been granted permission to wear their individualized shoes beyond warm-ups Sunday, when they return to action against Denver at Nissan Stadium, several said,” Paul Kuharsky of ESPN reported. “At least two Titans, cornerback Jason McCourty and tight end Delanie Walker, will wear their special cleats anyway.” This is not a good look for the NFL. First of all, there’s really no practical need for the league to be so strict on cleats. Logically speaking, having different players wear different colored shoes is just not that b
Percy Harvin out for season due to migraines
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Julio Jones battling turf toe, says he will be fine
The Atlanta Falcons are fighting to hold onto their lead in the NFC South after a tough loss on Sunday, and they are hoping their most explosive playmaker can battle through his latest injury. Julio Jones, who has dealt with a number of minor injuries this season, was hobbled late in Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Falcons head coach Dan Quinn revealed on Monday that Jones is battling turf toe. Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Julio Jones has turf toe injury. Quinn said it doesn't... — vaughn mcclure (@vxmcclure23) December 5, 2016 While turf toe sounds very minor, it can be a nagging injury that is tough to get over. That could be a problem for a player like Jones, who relies on burst and leaping ability to win battles against opposing defensive backs. For what it’s worth, Jones downplayed the injury on Sunday. “It’s football,” he told reporters,. “You’re going to get banged up. You’re going to get little nagging injuries
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Report: Aldon Smith setting up meeting to seek reinstatement
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