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Fletcher Cox: ‘You have to play what’s being called’

When the Philadelphia Eagles walked into Mercedes Benz Stadium on September 12th, two of their veterans along the defensive line, Fletcher Cox and Brandon Graham, simultaneously walked into their tenth and 12th season respectively. The questions were about what they’d look like between the whistles. Both are 30 years of...
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Happy Ye-Free Birthday, Kim Kardashian & Amber Rose

Our Libra queens are celebrating another rotation around the sun (is that how astrology works?) and from the looks of it, they've had a much better 2021 than Mr. West. She also runs an OnlyFans, likely a profitable business. As Paris Hilton would say, Kim and Amber are "sliving." Meanwhile,...
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Remember When Tim McGraw and Kane Brown Performed ‘I Like It, I Love It’ Together?

Country legend Tim McGraw headlined the 53rd Super Bowl NFL Tailgate Party in Atlanta, GA on Sunday, February 3, 2019 with special guest and Georgia native Kane Brown. The power duo took the stage at Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium and belted out a rendition of McGraw’s legendary track, “I Like It, I Love It” from his 1995 album, All I Want.
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'SNL': Kim Kardashian Roasts Kanye West and Her Siblings in Opening Monologue

Kim Kardashian made it clear she had a sense of humor about herself on SNL last night. Right out of the gate, the SKIMS entrepreneur cracked a few jokes about her famous family (and herself) during the opening monologue. In the monologue, the KUTWK star, who was making her Saturday Night Live debut, wasted no time making fun of herself and her family. She kicked things off by acknowledging the confusion around her hosting gig, noting, "I'm surprised to see me here, too."
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Four frustrating games in, Washington’s defense focused on fixing mistakes

When it comes to meetings, no NFL team will ever be accused of skimping. From the start of April’s OTAs to season’s end, players congregate in groups massive and minute and absorb a relentless onslaught of instruction, sometimes sneaking in small catnaps when the lights are low. Last Sunday in...
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Rivera remains patient with Hopkins, draws from Carolina years

Washington isn't quitting on Dustin Hopkins as its kicker – at least not yet. Even after Hopkins missed two extra points in Atlanta, Washington coach Ron Rivera maintains the same confidence in the placekicker he has shown throughout the offseason and first four weeks of the 2021 NFL season. "Because...
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5 positives for Washington Football Team vs Falcons

It’s a shot in the arm that the Washington Football Team needed in game four of the season against the Atlanta Falcons. Mercedes Benz Stadium was the site of a fierce battle on Sunday, but the visitors prevailed in the end. Following a week of anger, frustration, bickering, and finger-pointing,...
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Ron Rivera's Experience in Carolina Yields His Patience With Kicker Dustin Hopkins

Rivera remains patient with Hopkins, drawing from Carolina years originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. Washington isn't quitting on Dustin Hopkins as its kicker – at least not yet. Even after Hopkins missed two extra points in Atlanta, Washington coach Ron Rivera maintains the same confidence in the placekicker he...
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WFT's defense remains worrisome despite win vs. Falcons

If there was a week for Washington's defense to turn its early-season struggles around, Sunday versus the Falcons was the perfect time to do it. Yet, despite Washington leaving Mercedes Benz Stadium with a thrilling 34-30 victory and a 2-2 record, its defense -- a unit that had preseason expectations of being among the league's best -- still has more questions than answers.
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Swae Lee, Tierra Whack, Moneybagg Yo and More Join Forces For Madden NFL 22 Soundtrack Video

To commemorate the Madden NFL 22 soundtrack, featured stars are teaming up for a music video mashup that takes fans on a tour across the album—and the country. The stunning visual opens with Atlanta rapper BRS Kash performing his song “Oh No” in Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium and then follows the various featured artists as they welcome us into their respective hometown arenas. The scale and production make for a truly cinematic experience, echoing the towering achievement of the soundtrack. The record was already historic—its release marked the first ever official album from EA SPORTS™ Madden NFL via Interscope Records—but the vibrant video adds even more to the moment.
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An Excellent Effort From Terry McLaurin Saves Washington in Week 4

An excellent game from McLaurin saves Washington in Week 4 originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. So much about the Washington Football Team is broken and that's true even after they escaped from Mercedes Benz Stadium with a 34-30 win over the Falcons on Sunday. One thing that works for...
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Washington Escaped Atlanta With a Win, But Defense Remains Cause for Concern

WFT's defense remains worrisome despite win vs. Falcons originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. If there was a week for Washington's defense to turn its early-season struggles around, Sunday versus the Falcons was the perfect time to do it. Yet, despite Washington leaving Mercedes Benz Stadium with a thrilling 34-30...
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