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  • Patriots may get help from Foster . . . but not the one you think

    D.J. Foster may not have the resume that Arian Foster has racked up over the course of his seven-year career, but the undrafted rookie running back's skill set is intriguing nonetheless. Foster could be considered one of the players on the Patriots roster who stands the most to gain from this phase…

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  • Former WR Lippett in contention to start at CB for Miami

    Heading into his second NFL season, Tony Lippett says he no longer dreams about catching touchdown passes. Lippett played mostly receiver at Michigan State, but the Miami Dolphins drafted him as a cornerback in the fifth round a year ago, and now he's in contention for a starting job. ''I'm just…

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  • Giants halfback Andre Williams making no excuses for 2015

    Andre Williams isn't going to make excuses for his 2015 season with the New York Giants. Worst of all, Williams didn't do anything to convince the coaches to play him more. Starter Rashad Jennings is back along with third-down specialist Shane Vereen and sparkplug Orleans Darkwa.

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  • Packers RB Lacy feeling lighter, better after workouts

    With less weight and more burst, Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy is feeling good. Four months after coach Mike McCarthy called him out publicly for playing at too heavy of a weight last season, Lacy took part in the Packers' first open-to-the-public organized team activity practice of the…

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  • Panthers' Thompson cited in accident that injured ex-Duke QB

    Carolina Panthers linebacker Shaq Thompson was cited for a head-on accident that injured former Duke quarterback Anthony Boone over the weekend, a North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper said Monday. Trooper John Burgin told The Associated Press that Thompson's vehicle collided with one driven by…

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    NFLPA exec: NFL rejected Brady settlement

    In an interview with Ross Tucker on the Dan Patrick Show, NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith explains why the NFL rejected a settlement with Tom Brady

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  • NFL: Replay officials empowered to help referees avoid mistakes

    (Reuters) - The National Football League on Tuesday broadened replay powers to allow the league office and replay officials in New York to help referees avoid mistakes on the field during games. NFL owners passed an amendment regarding overrules of "game administrative" elements including penalty…

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    Here's why Tom Brady won't give up in deflate-gate fight

    Brady could sue Roger Goodell for defamation of character. In doing so, he'd perhaps bring the argument back to more intriguing ground – the facts.

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  • Concussion group says ex-NFL player Bubba Smith had CTE

    Former NFL defensive end Bubba Smith was diagnosed with the brain disease CTE by researchers after his death, the Concussion Legacy Foundation said Monday. Smith died in 2011 at 66. Out of four stages of the disease, the foundation says Smith had stage 3 CTE.

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  • Los Angeles lands 2021 NFL Super Bowl

    Los Angeles was awarded the right to stage the Super Bowl in 2021 on Tuesday as National Football League chiefs picked Atlanta and Miami as venues for the money-spinning showpiece in 2019 and 2020. The host cities were announced after a vote at the annual NFL owners meetings in Charlotte, North…

    AFP
  • NFL doctor sends strong response to House report

    The co-chairman of the NFL's head, neck and spine committee has sent a letter to Congress stressing that he was not contacted by a committee handling a report during a government study on the link between football and brain disease. Dr. Richard Ellenbogen wrote Tuesday to New Jersey Rep. Frank…

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  • Dalton to Green: Like old times at Bengals offseason workout

    Andy Dalton took the snap during an 11-on-11 drill, looked deep and let it fly. Dalton completed his long throw to Green on Tuesday, leaving Jones punching at the air in frustration. In his first time running the offense since he broke his thumb, Dalton was right on the mark.

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  • Jed York calls on governor to repeal controversial LGBT law

    While in North Carolina this week for the NFL owners meetings, 49ers CEO Jed York extended a gift of $75,000 to a statewide organization that seeks equality and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Equality NC announced in a press release that York chose to meet with advocates…

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  • Titans offensive lineman Byron Bell dislocates left ankle

    Tennessee coach Mike Mularkey says offensive lineman Byron Bell will miss the season after dislocating his left ankle on the Titans' first day of organized team activities. Mularkey said he did not know the full extent of Bell's injury, but the veteran's left ankle was placed into an air cast…

    The Associated Press
  • No scoops for you: Bills media policy has many restrictions

    Don't expect to hear or read anything about dropped passes or interceptions that take place during Buffalo Bills practices. Other items that cannot be reported during practice include dropped passes, interceptions and a quarterback's completion percentage. Team spokesman Scott Berchtold said most…

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  • Mark Sanchez a surprise participant in Broncos OTAs

    Mark Sanchez wasn't about to let a weight room mishap keep him from running the Denver Broncos' offense when the Super Bowl champs began OTAs. ''That's what you like to see in a competitor,'' cornerback Chris Harris Jr. said. ''Anytime you're not in there full go, you're just itching to get back…

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  • Rugby-Uphill battle for Hayne gets steeper after sevens debut

    By Ian Ransom MELBOURNE, May 24 (Reuters) - Jarryd Hayne's bid to play rugby sevens at the Rio Olympics is now literally an uphill battle, with gut-busting runs up towering sand-dunes on the agenda during a six-week boot-camp with the world champion Fiji team. Used sparingly during the World Sevens…

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    Kasim Reed: 'It's a terrific day here'

    Atlanta's mayor Kasim Reed talks about what it means to bring Super Bowl LIII to his city.

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  • Davis: Studies on Raiders move to Las Vegas are 'positive'

    Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis says the team has begun conducting market research studies to gather information about a potential move to Las Vegas. Davis said Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings that the initial reports have come back ''positive'' about the feasibility of such a move. Unable to…

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  • Wearing cleats in hot tub is OK, Bucs rookie kicker learns

    If a hefty draft gamble works out for Roberto Aguayo and the Bucs, the profile of the kicker might elevate over the coming years.

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