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  • Tebow makes his Philly debut

    A slimmer Tim Tebow threw passes in shorts while a horde of reporters critiqued his mechanics and analyzed his arm motion. Tebow praised coach Chip Kelly and teammates, explained his new appreciation for football after being out of the NFL for two years and emphasized his role is quarterback. ''I…

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  • Allen looking to regroup in new-look Steelers secondary

    The Pittsburgh Steelers paid Cortez Allen last fall to take over the shutdown cornerback role that Ike Taylor handled for the better part of a decade. The Steelers hardly got their money's worth, and Allen knows it. A 2014 that began with a five-year, $25 million contract ended with Allen on…

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  • Brandon Marshall, Geno Smith building chemistry in unique way

    Brandon Marshall has only been with the Jets for a few months, but he has gone the extra mile to establish a connection with Geno Smith.

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    Winning pro coaches given the boot (17 photos)

    So much for the cliché, "Winning cures all." Tom Thibodeau is the latest coach to find out that winning – whether in the form of regularly reaching the playoffs or even winning titles – isn't always enough to create a peaceful and lasting existence with a franchise.

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  • Chip Kelly responds to LeSean McCoy's race comments

    Kelly met with the media Thursday for the first time since McCoy’s comments came out, and he addressed them head-on.

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  • LeBron's right-hand man mentoring Johnny Manziel

    LeBron James gave Cleveland a chance to celebrate last night, leading the Cavaliers to the NBA Finals with a cruise-control win over the Hawks.

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  • Matthews happy getting time at inside linebacker spot

    Clay Matthews said he's happy with continuing to spend at least part of his time at inside linebacker. Whether the Green Bay Packers' five-time Pro Bowl linebacker really likes the idea or is continuing to toe the company line, this much was clear during Thursday's first open-to-the-public…

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  • Peyton Manning adjusting to new offense in Denver

    Shortly after the Denver Broncos received new orange T-shirts reading ''Keep Your Feet,'' the most expensive ones on the field got tangled. When Peyton Manning took the snap and turned to hand off, the quarterback and the football both hit the turf. Manning is getting used to being under center…

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  • Pugh making biggest transition in Giants' new-look O-line

    Justin Pugh originally had his mind set on moving from his right tackle spot of the last two years to right guard, where he would team with first-round tackle Ereck Flowers to transform the Giants into an efficient power-running team. The first-unit front that lined up in Wednesday's first…

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  • Saints getting a first look at their defensive overhaul

    An autograph-covered football commemorating the New England Patriots' Super Bowl triumph last season now sits in cornerback Brandon Browner's locker at the headquarters of his new NFL team, the New Orleans Saints. In a sense, Browner is the face of a defensive overhaul New Orleans initiated after…

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  • Veteran back Williams ready for next act with Steelers

    DeAngelo Williams wants to get something straight. Yes, the longtime running back came to Pittsburgh in the offseason to give the Steelers a much-needed influx of depth behind All-Pro Le'Veon Bell. While he understands his job is to fill in when Bell needs a break, Williams is confident there is…

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  • Broncos left tackle Clady tears ACL, likely out for season

    The Denver Broncos are searching for someone to watch Peyton Manning's back after left tackle Ryan Clady tore his left ACL and will likely be out for the season. The requirements are simple: Don't let anyone hit the five-time NFL MVP - something Clady was deftly able to do. Clady hurt his knee…

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  • Panthers expect offseason additions will free up WR Benjamin

    Help has arrived for Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin. Coach Ron Rivera is excited about the overall depth and competition at wide receiver, saying it is ''much better'' than it was a year ago when Carolina was in the midst of a major overhaul after cutting ties with its top four wideouts.…

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  • Redskins release veterans Chris Chester, Tracy Porter

    ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- The Washington Redskins have released guard Chris Chester and cornerback Tracy Porter.

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  • Mad Dash: Colin Kaepernick apologizes for social media gaffe

    In today's Mad Dash: Colin Kaepernick makes a bad joke, Zach LaVine can dunk more than basketballs, and a North Carolina A&T running back one-ups his viral moment.

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  • “If you are single and over 45, this is addicting”

    No games. Just real women looking for a faithful guy. Click to see pics of local women.

  • Antonio Smith absent from Broncos OTAs amid criminal probe

    Coach Gary Kubiak says Antonio Smith's absence from the Denver Broncos' voluntary organized team activities should ''absolutely not'' be viewed as a judgment or punishment. Prosecutors in Texas are investigating a criminal sexual complaint against the defensive end who signed with the Broncos two…

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  • Jaguars' top pick Dante Fowler has successful knee surgery

    The Jacksonville Jaguars say Dante Fowler has undergone successful surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee. The procedure was done Wednesday in Pensacola by Dr. James Andrews, the orthopedic surgeon who is a specialist in repairing damaged ligaments for professional athletes. Fowler, the…

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