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July 08, 1974 | Joe Marshall
While the old established National Football League was fretting about player strikes and picket lines, the upstart new league was displaying precocious professionalism as it prepared to launch its first season
July 08, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Ray Scott, Detroit Pistons coach, asked which NBA team was hurt most by the expansion draft to stock the New Orleans franchise: "New Orleans."
July 22, 1974 | Joe Marshall
Drawing big crowds to its opening games, the World Football League could be a gilt-edged investment for owners and players
September 16, 1974 | Tex Maule
It will be the season of lame ducks, long passes, lost friends, lonesome spectators and law courts. For the National Football League, entering its 55th season, the world has flip-flopped; 1974 is the year of change.
October 07, 1974 | Joe Marshall
The World Football League was, at any rate, as franchises shifted, teams missed paydays and attendance drifted from poor to pitiful