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OXNARD >> An NFL team is the sporting equivalent of the Kremlin. In medieval times, it would be surrounded by moats. This is the league where the coaches speak into their flip cards, lest Bill Belichick read their lips, and former Chargers general manager John Butler chased fans off a hilltop that overlooked the practice field, a promontory that was forever renamed Butler's Bluff.
Via LA Daily News
May 12, 2016
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