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Last year, the NFL began a new tradition: producing a football and music festival to kick off the season and to celebrate the resilient and indomitable spirit of America. On Thursday, Sept. 4, from the National Mall in Washington D.C., the NFL proudly renews this tradition with "NFL Kickoff Live 2003" presented by Pepsi Vanilla. The second-annual kickoff event has become a USO-type extravaganza. This year, to honor America’s Heroes, the Department of Defense will be bringing in over 25,000 troops to watch the show live onsite. Britney Spears, Aerosmith, Mary J. Blige and other music superstars will be featured in the spectacular concert. With the nation’s capital as a backdrop, special guest Aretha Franklin will sing the national anthem to conclude the concert and officially open the new NFL season. The event will be televised live at 8 p.m. ET on ABC and will be followed by Game 1 of the 2003 season between the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.

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Originally posted by funks0ul

I hate baseball season too, never been into baseball.

Football, I used to watch with my dad all the time, it was like our bonding time, but the last few years, haven't really watched it too much.

But can't wait for basketball season to start! :D

wow, a gal that likes basketball, that's a dreamy . . .

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Originally posted by eggmok

clippers made some huge moves off season . . .

they sure did. for instance, they didn't take care of all their player contracts before the end of the season. the other teams played them like fools, making max offers and just begging them to match the offer.

this forced the paper clips into either maxing out their payroll or letting their players go.

Nice work, Elgin! It pains me that you ever wore a Laker uniform.

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