Another early NFL start as Giants, Rams face off in London (The Associated Press)

The New York Giants play the Los Angeles Rams in Twickenham Stadium, the home of England’s rugby team in southwest London, to begin a slate of 13 games Sunday. It’s the first London NFL game not being played at the national soccer stadium, Wembley, since the league started staging regular-season contests in the British capital in 2007. The buildup has been overshadowed by the NFL’s response to new domestic-abuse allegations against Giants kicker Josh Brown, who has been placed on NFL-ordered paid leave while the league mulls whether his original one-game suspension should be toughened.

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