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  • Report: Johnny Manziel plans to go 'completely sober' — Friday

    Maybe Johnny Manziel is taking seriously all the good advice people keep giving him to clean up his act.

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  • The time a coked-up Packers kicker beat the Bears with an overtime TD

    This offseason, Shutdown Corner will travel down memory lane with a series of stories presenting some interesting and sometimes forgotten stories from the NFL’s past. Marcol entered the league in 1972, a Polish-born kicker whose family left their home country after his father committed suicide.…

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  • Chargers stadium now faces higher public vote hurdle

    Proposed San Diego Stadium. San Diego’s hurdle to site a new stadium just got a little higher. The California Supreme Court stayed a lower court ruling allowing proposed tax increases like the one planned to pay for San Diego’s stadium to pass via a simple majority.

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  • Cowboys' Rolando McClain suspended 10 games for substance abuse violation

    Rolando McClain may be out of chances, at least in the NFL. The former first-round pick has been suspended again, this time for the first 10 games of the 2016 season, for violating the league’s policy on substance abuse. McClain was suspended for the first four games last season for violating the…

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    Todd Gurley happy to be in L.A.

    The Los Angeles Rams running back explains his likes and dislikes of being in his new city after the team moved from St. Louis.

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  • Series takes fans behind the scenes of Cardinals' season

    NFL Films was embedded with the Arizona Cardinals for the 2015 season, granted unprecedented access to just about anything. The result is ''All or Nothing: A Season With the Arizona Cardinals,'' an eight-part series available for streaming on Amazon on Friday. Coach Bruce Arians, one of the NFL's…

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  • Pierre-Paul makes public service announcement on fireworks

    Almost a year after mangling his right hand in a fireworks accident, New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has made a public service announcement about keeping children away from fireworks, and warning everyone to handle the pyrotechnic devices with care. The announcement was unveiled…

    The Associated Press
  • Records: Trump used charity cash for Tim Tebow memorabilia

    Donald Trump used money from his own charity to purchase an autographed Tim Tebow helmet and a jersey four years ago during a charity auction for the Susan J. Komen Foundation, The Washington Post reported Friday. Trump's winning $12,000 bid was paid for with money from the Donald J. Trump…

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  • Jets DL Richardson suspended for season opener by NFL

    New York Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson has been suspended by the NFL for the first game of the 2016 regular season for violating the league's personal conduct policy. Richardson will be eligible to return to the Jets' active roster on Sept. 12 following the team's Sept. 11 opener…

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  • Thursday's Sports in Brief

    The Russian men's quadruple sculls team has been disqualified from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics for a doping violation and will be replaced at the games by New Zealand, world rowing's ruling body announced. The World Rowing Federation says that trimetazidine, a banned substance, was found in a urine…

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  • Khalil Mack 'definition of a beast,' respected among NFL's elite

    Khalil Mack had five sacks in last years victory over the Denver Broncos, one of the best defensive efforts in Raiders history. Broncos edge rusher Von Miller watched Mack destroy an offense in real time. Khalil one-man wrecked our whole team, Miller said in an NFL Network interview for the Top 100…

    CSN Bay Area
  • Goodell's 2015 salary was a little over $31 million for 2015

    NEW YORK (AP) -- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell earned just over $31 million for 2015, the league said on Thursday.

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    Joe Buck predicts Packers vs. Patriots in Super Bowl LI

    Fox Sports broadcaster Joe Buck gives his predictions for Super Bowl LI and discusses Dustin Johnson's recent U.S. Open controversy and compares it to Dez Bryant's catch/no catch play.

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  • Seattle QB, TCU-ex Boykin takes plea over Alamo Bowl fracas

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Former TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin has pleaded no contest to resisting arrest over an incident that led to his suspension for his final college game at the Alamo Bowl.

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  • Browns release quarterback Connor Shaw

    CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Browns have waived quarterback Connor Shaw, who started Cleveland's 2014 season finale.

    The Associated Press
  • Lee Greenwood to headline Hall of Fame game halftime

    CANTON, Ohio (AP) -- Country music singer Lee Greenwood will highlight the halftime show titled ''Salute to Service'' at the Hall of Fame game Aug. 7.

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  • Colts give QB Andrew Luck $140M contract extension

    Andrew Luck has signed the richest contract in NFL history, a deal worth up to $140 million with the Indianapolis Colts that covers the next six seasons through 2021. Colts owner Jim Irsay revealed the contract's maximum value on Wednesday for Luck, the No. 1 pick in the 2012 draft who missed nine…

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  • 49ers schedule open practice at Kezar Stadium

    The 49ers have scheduled an open practice during training camp at the organizations first home. As the 49ers celebrate their 70th anniversary season, the team will hold a practice at Kezar Stadium on Aug. 10. Chip Kellys will lead his team through a practice from 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.

    CSN Bay Area
  • Ex-Colts WR Duron Carter, Cris' son, knocks down opposing coach after TD

    Rule number one in football, even if it’s unwritten: You can’t hit the other team’s coach. Wide receiver Duron Carter, son of Hall of Fame wideout Cris Carter, broke that rule Thursday night in a CFL game. The Montreal Alouettes wideout, who was on the Indianapolis Colts’ roster last year, had…

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