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  • 49ers' Armstead, Buckner 'have big plans' to dominate NFL

    Not often do two college teammates in the same position group reunite in the NFL as first-round picks. "I feel like in college, we complemented each other very well," Armstead told the team's official website.

    CSN Bay Area
  • AP Source: Jets' offer to Fitzpatrick for 3 years

    The New York Jets have made an offer that Ryan Fitzpatrick - so far - has refused. A person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on Friday night that the Jets made a three-year offer to the quarterback in March that includes $12 million guaranteed in the first year. The New York…

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  • Activists criticize poll on offensiveness of Redskins' name

    Native American leaders and activists criticized a recent national poll that found nine of 10 Native Americans aren't offended by the Washington Redskins' name. On a conference call held Friday by the National Congress of American Indians and ''Change the Mascot'' campaign, panelists voiced…

    The Associated Press
  • Giardi: It's only OTAs, pump the brakes on Martellus Bennett

    Mike Giardi and Kyle Draper discuss the early impressions of Patriots OTAs and how fans shouldn't get carried away with the performance of new tight end Martellus Bennett so far.
  • Defense secretary: Navy's Reynolds, Swain can play in NFL

    Keenan Reynolds will get his chance to play in the NFL this season. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced Friday that the record-setting Navy quarterback Reynolds and fullback Chris Swain can defer their military service to play in the NFL. Carter made the announcement during his graduation…

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  • Bears agree to contract with first-round pick Floyd

    LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -- The Chicago Bears and first-round draft pick Leonard Floyd have agreed to a four-year contract with an option for a fifth year.

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  • Peyton Manning decides not to sue Al Jazeera over HGH report

    Mike Florio explains why it is probably a good decision for Peyton Manning to decide not to follow through with a lawsuit against Al Jazeera over the HGH report.

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  • Eagles mailbag: Jordan Matthews, injury concern, leading rusher

    At times, Jordan Matthews will still be in the slot this season. In Doug Pederson's offense, the receivers will move around quite a bit, which means we'll see Matthews lining up out wide on both sides and in the slot.

    CSN Philly
  • Raiders RB Murray wants Pro Bowl honors 'on my own terms'

    ALAMEDA Latavius Murray is a Pro Bowl running back. The Pro Bowl was a positive, but the fourth-year pro found new motivation in the experience. Top athletes have a knack for finding shoulder chips, and Murray's no different.

    CSN Bay Area
  • Friday's Sports in Brief

    LeBron James scored 33 points, Kevin Love had 20 points and 12 rebounds and the Cleveland Cavaliers secured their second straight trip to the NBA Finals by beating the Toronto Raptors 113-87 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals on Friday night. Cleveland lost to Golden State in six games last…

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  • After lost season, Jace Amaro expects to make plays for Jets

    Jace Amaro was aiming for a big breakout season a year ago. The New York Jets tight end was coming off an up-and-down rookie campaign and trying to establish himself in new coordinator Chan Gailey's offense. ''It was tough,'' Amaro said after practice earlier this week.

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  • Thursday's Sports in Brief

    Ken Starr was stripped of his job as president of Baylor University after a scathing review found that under his leadership, the school did little to respond to accusations of sexual assault involving members of its vaunted football program. The board of regents at the nation's largest Baptist…

    The Associated Press
  • Armstrong enters competition for 49ers' starting job

    SANTA CLARA When Ray-Ray Armstrong enrolled at the University of Miami, he was often compared to Sean Taylor. Armstrong still has a Twitter handle inspired by Taylor, who was one of the games premier safeties when he was shot and killed at his home in 2007. While Armstrong has moved on to another…

    CSN Bay Area
  • NFL-National Football League roundup

    Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds has been cleared to defer his military service commitment and will be eligible to play for the Baltimore Ravens in 2016, secretary of defense Ashton Carter announced Friday. Running back Chris Swain, who will go to training camp with the San Diego Chargers,…

  • Giardi: Can’t evaluate players during OTAs

    Mike Giardi explains why everyone should ignore the hype on New England Patriots players during OTAs.
  • Knighton not worried about Deflategate: 'We have enough on our plate'

    Patriots defensive tackle Terrance Knighton has been on three different teams since the Deflategate controversy was sparked on the night of the AFC title game in 2015. Meeting with reporters after Thursday's OTA session, Knighton was asked if he was surprised by the buzz that still surrounds…