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Banned Signs Included a Sean Taylor Tribute

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I know, I know, you're sick of this story. I've read your comments. I've seen your e-mails. You want me to write about something else.

But I think it's important, and it still makes me angry. Read this item in USA Today's The Huddle blog, about how other NFL franchises handle signs. Inappropriate and vulgar stuff, and signs that block people's view, seem to be against the rules everywhere. The rest of it seems to be ok, at least with the teams that USA Today surveyed. CBS Sports' lead NFL producer told the paper that no team has ever told him signs wouldn't be available in the crowd, and that he considers them "part of the game, just...

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