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Chicago Bears WR Anthony Miller bites on C.J. Gardner-Johnson taunt, gets ejected

Anthony Miller became the latest Chicago Bears wide receiver to fall victim to the instigating tactics of New Orleans Saints defensive back C.J. Gardner-Johnson. The Bears -- already minus rookie receiver Darnell Mooney -- lost Miller for the rest of Sunday's playoff game inside the Superdome when the third-year wideout was ejected in the third quarter for taking a shot at Gardner-Johnson after the whistle.
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Bears' Anthony Miller ejected during wild-card playoff game vs. Saints after scuffle with C.J. Gardner-Johnson

Anthony Miller was ejected after throwing what looked like a punch at C.J. Gardner-Johnson during the second half of the Bears' wild-card playoff game against the Saints. The Bears' receiver was tossed with 11:37 remaining in the third quarter. Chicago was training 7-3 at the time of Miller's ejection. The Saints extended their lead to 14-3 minutes after Miller left the game.
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NFL announces schedule for divisional round

Though there’s one game remaining in wild-card weekend, the NFL has announced the schedule for the four divisional-round games. The Packers and Rams will lead things off. The NFC’s No. 1 seed, Green Bay will come off its playoff bye to host Los Angeles at 4:35 p.m. ET on Fox.
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The NFL’s 8K camera makes real life look like a video game

The NFL playoffs are not only home to the league’s best 12 14 teams, but also the best technology around (unless when it comes to deciding what is or isn’t a fumble, right Colts-Bills?). We got a taste of this during the wild card matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks, when FOX cut to its handheld 8K camera.
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2020 NFL season in review: What went wrong, what's next for eliminated playoff teams

The 2020 NFL playoffs began Saturday, which meant three more teams said goodbye to the 2020 NFL season. The Indianapolis Colts were the first to exit the stage, followed later in the day by the Seattle Seahawks and the Washington Football Team. Three more games complete the super wild-card weekend Sunday, and the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers will join the playoff party next week after enjoying a first-round bye.
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Colts become first team in NFL playoff history to pull off this depressing feat after wild-card loss to Bills

The Indianapolis Colts made some NFL postseason history on Saturday, but it's definitely not the kind that any team ever wants to be making. During Indy's 27-24 loss to the Bills in the wild-card round, the Colts became the first team in NFL playoff history to lose after turning the ball over zero times AND totaling 450 or more yards of offense. Before Saturday, that exact situation had happened a total of 11 times ever and those teams had combined to go 11-0. The crazy part is that none of the other games were even particularly close as those 11 teams won by an average of 21.3 points.
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There’s an NFL game on Nickelodeon and Twitter is having a great time

Children around the country must have been thrilled on Sunday afternoon when their parents turned the channel to Nickelodeon on their own accord. This wasn’t the newest Dan Schneider show. The NFL partnered with the station to air the playoff game between the New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears. Coverage,...
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Pass-rushing great, Hall of Famer Kevin Greene dead at 58

A blur of a blonde mane, ferocious intention and tenacity off the edge, Kevin Greene's historic levels of success came more from determination and passion for the game than any otherworldly physical attributes. He was a character for the autumns, who roared when he spoke and with his play, grinned...
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Alex Smith still mulling future in the NFL, Washington quarterback taking a few weeks to make a decision

Alex Smith was able to do what many thought was impossible after returning to the football field in 2020 following that devastating leg injury that nearly took his life back in 2018. While he was relentless and successful in his pursuit to get back to the NFL and play at a high level, the 36-year-old now has a decision to make about his career going forward. In regards to opting into playing another season or hanging up his cleats, the quarterback hasn't made any definitive plans and will take some time to clear his mind and figure out what his next steps will be.
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Sources: NFL to decide on fate of 2021 scouting combine this week

The NFL's annual scouting combine, used for teams to gather valuable information about the top prospects in the upcoming draft, is questionable for this winter, with its status expected to be decided in the next week, according to league sources. After weeks of discussion, the NFL plans to decide at...
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Taylor Heinicke believes he proved he belongs in the NFL

Taylor Heinicke did not lead the Washington Football Team to a victory in last night’s playoff game, but he played far better than most people expected. Heinicke has only been with Washington for a month and had been out of the league for more than a year before that, and yet he completed 26 of 44 passes for 306 yards. Afterward, Heinicke said he thinks he showed he has what it takes.
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