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  • Mad Dash: Alabama commit nails 73-yard field goal

    In today's Mad Dash: An Alabama commit shows why he was so sought after, Odell Beckham Jr. shows off another skill, and the newest Mets pitcher has a weird talent.

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  • Michael Sam returns to Alouettes

    Michael Sam, who is the first openly gay player to be drafted by a National Football League team, has decided to rejoin the Canadian Football League's Montreal Alouettes. Great to be back in Montreal with the club. The Alouettes had suspended Sam after he abruptly left the club for "personal…

    AFP
  • California bill seeks to make cheerleaders team employees

    California lawmakers are sending Gov. Jerry Brown a bill making it clear that professional cheerleaders are sports team employees. The bill approved by the state Senate on Monday would require that cheerleaders be paid at least minimum wage if they work for professional sports teams based in…

    The Associated Press
  • Hyundai replaces General Motors as NFL auto sponsor

    The National Football League is getting a new official automotive sponsor: Hyundai. The Korean automaker announced the sponsorship deal Monday, replacing General Motors Co. The deal gives Hyundai the ability to use NFL trademarks in its marketing and access to big events year-round such as the…

    The Associated Press
  • NFL-National Football League roundup

    New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, entering the final season of his contract, may not be concerned about an extension but his agent is confident a deal will get done. Agent Tom Condon said negotiations with the Giants will begin soon on what likely will be Manning's final NFL contract. "It's…

    Reuters
  • Eagles sign guard John Moffitt to 1-year deal

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The Philadelphia Eagles have signed guard John Moffitt to a one-year contract and released guard Cole Manhart.

    The Associated Press
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    Will the Philadelphia Eagles' QB situation be trouble for head coach Chip Kelly?

    NFL Media's Nate Burleson and Eric Davis debate whether the Eagles' quarterback situation could be frustrating for Chip Kelly and the rest of the coaching staff.

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