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Los Angeles Rams Lance Kendricks says he is looking forward to the New York Giants match at Twickenham. Los Angeles Rams, formerly St Louis Rams before their re-location in January, face the New York Giants in the first NFL match played at Twickenham Stadium on October 23.The Rams tight-end says he is greatly looking forward to the prospect of playing in England once again and has been impressed by the way fans in the the country have taken to the sport. Its outstanding how many people show out to these games and how many people here care about football, he told Sky Sports News HQ. Denard Robinson of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Dwayne Allen of the Indianapolis Colts believe a London-based NFL franchise is a realistic possibility. We just did the NFL fan forum and played with 1,000 kids yesterday playing flag football. Theres so many people here that really want to know and learn the sport. Were just starting to see that its worldwide that people really want to see football, and its a blessing to be a part of that movement.The last time the Rams played in England, Kendricks was in the side in 2012 that lost 45-7 to the New England Patriots at Wembley.But despite the result, the 28-year-old was very impressed with the buzz generated inside and outside the stadium. Twickenham will host Los Angeles Rams v New York Giants on October 23 It was an awesome experience, the atmosphere and the people were great, he said.They were routing for us because we were the underdogs and people gained a respect for the sport and for our team that day.To be able to come back and play and call it an LA - New York game, that just builds it up to so much more on a larger stage and especially [when we will be] able to play at Twickenham.There has been debate over whether the NFL should look to introduce a London franchise after positive signs of increased participation and attendance. However, issues of time difference and travel have been cited as potential stumbling blocks. Cruz excited about Twickenham New York Giants Victor Cruz says he is excited for his sides game at Twickenham against LA Rams The idea is one Kendricks fully supports as the league aims to continue to grow.He added: The only trouble with it would be the time difference.Otherwise, I think it would be a great experience to have another team come and expand out here. To open the horizon of this sport to the European culture its great. Also See: Baker bonus paid college fees Deflategate appeal rejected Real no longer worlds richest Cruz excited about Twickenham Bob Uecker Braves Jersey . Adam LaRoche will take that. "I like our position in the standings and I like how our team is playing," LaRoche said after Washington swept a day-night doubleheader from the Cubs on Saturday. Bobby Cox Jersey . 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Warren Spahn Braves Jersey .J. -- New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is going to start the off-season training program with a surgically repaired left ankle.SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- The San Francisco 49ers showed off their new home in style Thursday while quietly making a move to protect quarterback Colin Kaepernicks blindside. After an extravagant ribbon-cutting ceremony to open Levis Stadium, the 49ers announced left tackle Joe Staley has signed a two-year contract extension that will run through the 2019 season. The 29-year-old Staley, who had wanted a new deal this off-season, was among the players at the event. "We both felt it was time to get something done, and what Im most excited about is the opportunity to play my whole entire career as a San Francisco 49er," Staley said later on a conference call with reporters. "That was one of my goals that I set out to do as a rookie coming into the NFL -- make an NFL roster, become a starter, win a Super Bowl and play my whole entire career with one team. "So very excited for the opportunity to do that and really grateful for the 49ers allowing me that opportunity. Now its really just time to go work on that Super Bowl." Staleys extension is the latest move in a busy off-season that has seen some of San Franciscos biggest offensive contributors get new deals -- and others take strong measures in hopes of getting one. Last month, the 49ers rewarded Kaepernick with a six-year extension worth up to $126 million. Tight end Vernon Davis and right guard Alex Boone, though, have held out of the teams voluntary off-season workout program and mandatory minicamp despite two years left on their current contracts. Rather thhan sit out this summer, Staley participated in the teams off-season activities.dddddddddddd He believed all along that the 49ers would recognize his efforts -- and they did. General manager Trent Baalke said in a statement that Staleys "commitment and professionalism have been great assets to our team and our community. This extension reflects our philosophy of investing in our core players." Staley stressed that every players situation is different. He called Boone and Davis great talents, especially noting what Boone has brought to San Franciscos offensive line, and said he hopes both report to training camp next week. The 6-foot-5, 315-pound Staley has come a long way since San Francisco selected him with the 28th pick in the 2007 draft out of Central Michigan. He has earned Pro Bowl honours the past three seasons while guarding Kaepernicks back and helping to anchor San Franciscos power running game. "To protect his blindside for the years to come is something I take great pride in," Staley said. Also Thursday, the 49ers placed eight players on procedural injury lists. Running back Marcus Lattimore, wide receiver Bruce Ellington, centre Marcus Martin, fullback Trey Millard, cornerback Keith Reaser and guard Brandon Thomas went on the active/non-football injury list. Linebacker Aaron Lynch and defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey were put on the active/physically unable to perform list. Those players count against the 90-man roster limit but can be activated any time before the final cuts of training camp. ' ' '

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