AP to launch new weekly NFL poll called ‘AP Pro32’

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New York -- The Associated Press is launching a new weekly poll on National Football League teams, AP Pro32, in August. The poll will build on AP’s long tradition of ranking college football teams in the AP Top 25 poll. Below is the May 10 advisory sent to AP members and subscribers:
 
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In August, the AP will launch a new weekly poll focused on NFL teams. Called AP Pro32, the AP will rank each of the NFL's 32 teams based on balloting from a panel of national media members who cover the league and its teams. The poll will be similar to the AP Top 25, the 75-year-old poll that ranks the nation's top college football teams.

For more information:

Paul Colford
Director of Media Relations
The Associated Press
212-621-1895
pcolford@ap.org

Erin Madigan White
Manager of Media Relations
The Associated Press
212-621-7005
emadigan@ap.org
Twitter: http://twitter.com/ap_corpcomm

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