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NFL considers cancelling preseason
Broncos LB Von Miller greets Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald after a 2019 NFL preseason game in Denver. (AP)
The NFL plans to consider the NFL Players Association’s recommendation to cancel the preseason though it prefers to cut the schedule in half, a person familiar with the discussions told The Associated Press on Friday night. The league decided Wednesday to cut its preseason from four games to two and push back the start of exhibition play.
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