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NFL teams hold moment of silence for Paris victims

In wake of the tragic events that took place in Paris over the weekend, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell requested teams hold a moment of silence prior to Sunday's games.

The moment of silence for the victims took place prior to the national anthems, with all eight home teams taking part before the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs. The French flag was displayed prominently within the stadiums, some on video boards or by the color guard.

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