NFL tightens its embrace of gambling, except by players
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LANDOVER, Md. >> The doors to the sportsbook at FedEx Field opened two hours before the Washington Commanders’ first game of the NFL regular season, drawing fans in with air-conditioning that blasted onto the stadium’s main concourse. Signs advertised a free Commanders hat for anyone who bet $20. A bouncer stood out front with a hand-held device that scanned IDs to check that patrons were 21 or older and not barred from gambling by state regulators.

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