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Bet on the NFL  The NFL will offer full refunds to fans with general admission tickets if games are canceled next season because of a lockout. Each team will determine its policies for club seats, suites and payments for personal seat licenses, the league said Tuesday. Season ticket holders can choose to receive a refund or credits toward future games. Fans with individual game tickets can receive a refund or exchange the tickets for future games, with some restrictions. The current collective bargaining agreement expires in March, raising fears that a lockout may disrupt at least part of the preseason and regular season.

Gore done for season. Frank Gore’s season is over — and what a hit for the San Francisco offense. The 49ers placed their star running back on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday. Gore fractured his right hip during the Niners’ 27-6 win at Arizona on Monday night and was scheduled to undergo further tests to determine the severity of the injury. Coach Mike Singletary said he wasn’t sure when Gore got hurt.

Anderson still QB. Despite his postgame blowup, Derek Anderson will remain the Arizona Cardinals’ quarterback partly, coach Ken Whisenhunt acknowledged, because there isn’t much choice. Whisenhunt said he wished Anderson would have handled it better when he was questioned about television shots of him and teammate Deuce Lutui grinning while the team was down by 18 points in the fourth quarter of Monday night’s 27-6 loss to San Francisco.

Britt not charged.

Authorities says there is not enough evidence to charge Tennessee Titans and former Rutgers receiver Kenny Britt in a bar fight. Instead, a grand jury has indicted another man, 29-year-old Bradford Miser, on assault charges for the Oct. 22 brawl in which no one was seriously hurt. A customer at the bar told investigators that Britt was among those who assaulted him. Britt denied hitting anyone, though Coach Jeff Fisher benched the receiver for a quarter because of the reports.

Harrison fined again. Steelers linebacker James Harrison was fined $25,000 on Tuesday for his penalized hit on Buffalo quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. Harrison has four fines this season totaling $125,000.  Also in NFL news, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have released safety Sabby Piscitelli and placed safety Cody Grimm and left guard Davin Joseph on injured reserve. … The Green Bay Packers have agreed to a contract extension with cornerback Tramon Williams.




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