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  • Report: 3 owners unhappy with Kraft's amicus brief on behalf of Brady

    The owners see the move as a publicity stunt done to appease Brady and the Patriots fans, Cole said, and they don’t believe Kraft did it any seriousness because the issue speaks to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s ability to punish players and undermines the league’s collective bargaining agreement…

    CSNNE.com
  • Breuer identifies picture as Patriots staffer Jastremski: ‘Absolutely’ him

    Toucher & Rich try to get to the bottom of comedian Jim Breuer's ‎Deflategate story. Breuer IDs a picture of Patriots equipment staffer John Jastremski as the man he met last year at a resort in Mexico who told him he was the key guy in the controversy.

    CSNNE.com
  • Miami's Tannehill wants to take ownership of Gase's offense

    Ryan Tannehill threw a pass Thursday and then fell to the turf face down, which happened a lot last season. Instead, Tannehill did push-ups as punishment for his errant throw at a net during passing drills in a Miami Dolphins OTA. Executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum…

    The Associated Press
  • 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
  • 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.

    NBC on Yahoo Sports
  • Bennett puts together eventful first practice in front of reporters

    On the first 11-on-11 snap of Thursday's OTA session -- the first session of the spring that was open to the media -- he was targeted by quarterback Tom Brady, reeled in the pass, then prompty dropped it. Bennett quickly recovered, however, catching one of Jimmy Garoppolo's four completions in…

    CSNNE.com
  • 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…

    The Associated Press
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    How Green Bay became ultimate NFL destination

    Yahoo Sports' Frank Schwab explains that despite the legacy behind the Packers franchise, there was a time when not many wanted to head to Green Bay for a game.

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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.

    The Associated Press
  • 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
  • Steelers moving forward without suspended WR Martavis Bryant

    When Darrius Heyward-Bey heard about Martavis Bryant's one-year suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the elder statesmen among the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receivers sent his talented but erratic teammate a note. ''I told him we have his back,'' Heyward-Bey said. The Steelers…

    The Associated Press
  • Saints' Anthony embracing linebacker shuffle, Laurinaitis

    Saints linebacker Stephone Anthony isn't so much concerned about the job he's lost as the one he's gained. Whatever helps the team,'' Anthony said as he recounted an offseason phone call in which linebackers coach Joe Vitt informed him that he'd be moved out of his starting middle linebacker spot…

    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
  • Goodell reaffirms NFL's concussion research role

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell reaffirmed the league's commitment to concussion research in a letter Thursday to the 32 team owners. Goodell told the owners the league never considered not honoring a $30 million commitment to the NIH ''in its entirety.'' He also stressed that the league will…

    The Associated Press
  • Brandon Browner back with Seahawks but in a different role

    ''His attitude is terrific about it,'' coach Pete Carroll said. The position switch is more in line with what Browner played during his one season in New England, where he won a Super Bowl title by helping ruin Seattle's chances at back-to-back championships. Browner was an integral part of the…

    The Associated Press
  • Titans second-round pick Kevin Dodd undergoes foot surgery

    Tennessee Titans second-round pick Kevin Dodd will be out until the start of training camp after undergoing surgery on his right foot Thursday morning. Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Dodd had had some soreness in his foot dating back to the Titans rookie mini-camp. Mularkey said further tests on…

    The Associated Press
  • Jaguars receiver Lee staying healthy, seeking more

    The Jacksonville Jaguars have something rarer than an albino tiger: a healthy Marqise Lee. The receiver made it through the first week of organized team activities without any issues, the first time the former second-round draft pick has done that in his three-year career. ''Yeah, I'm great,'' Lee…

    The Associated Press
  • Marshall patiently awaits payday, return to playing field

    The only thing Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall is practicing right now is showing plenty of patience as he awaits both a big payday and medical clearance to return to the field. After having screws removed from his right foot following the Super Bowl, Marshall underwent surgery on his right…

    The Associated Press
  • 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
  • NFL: League to talk with players named in Al Jazeera PED report

    (Reuters) - Retired quarterback Peyton Manning and four other players named in an Al Jazeera America report that linked them to performance-enhancing drugs will soon meet with the NFL, according to a report on the NFL's website on Thursday. Manning, who was the most prominent of the names mentioned…

    Reuters