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The Lions win the exchange of ex-GMs with the Browns

Flashback to the summer of 2018. The Detroit Lions were led by GM Bob Quinn and his new, handpicked head coach, Matt Patricia. The Lions finished 9-7 in 2017 under Jim Caldwell, the second straight year the team finished with a winning record and in playoff contention with Quinn as the GM. Several key players were locked up under contract and poised to go to the proverbial next level. Things were looking up, or so nearly everyone thought.
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Dak Missing Games? Cowboys QB Offers Injury Update

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is on the sidelines following a shoulder injury this week, but he also finds himself on a much more desirable list: Top 10 Madden-Rated Receivers. On the football side of things: the team is telling us that Prescott has a latissimus strain and he is...
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Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill claims he is faster than Usain Bolt

In Friday’s press conference with the media, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill called out former Olympic runner Usain Bolt and has made the claim that he would beat him in a 40-yard dash. This whole debate started when Pat McAfee invited the former Olympic gold medalist to his...
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Atlanta Falcons are quickly running out of free agent options

Oct 6, 2019; Kansas City, MO, USA; Indianapolis Colts defensive end Justin Houston (99) celebrates after making a stop against the Kansas City Chiefs during the second half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports. There is always a certain time before training camp, where free agents start...
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Tom Brady's knee feels fine, happy to be back to work

TAMPA, Fla. --  A long, arduous offseason behind him, Tom Brady says his surgically repaired knee feels good and hes happy to be back to work with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The seven-time Super Bowl champion revealed recently that he played all of last season with a torn medial...
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Chiefs DB Daniel Sorensen shares thoughts on 2 undrafted rookies

As the Kansas City Chiefs prepare for the 2021 NFL season, most of the press has centered around the team’s superstar players. That much-deserved praise has hidden some possible gems attempting to make the Chiefs’ opening day roster. Training camp is the time when longshot players and undrafted talent push...
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Justin Houston free agency: Former Colts All-Pro agrees to terms with Ravens, per report

Justin Houston has found himself a new NFL home. As free agency rolled along -- past OTAs and minicamp and into training camps firing up around the league -- Houston remained unsigned as he waited for the right situation and offer to come along. He found both with the Baltimore Ravens, reportedly agreeing to join the team on a one-year deal worth up to $4 million, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. And it appears it was more about the situation than the offer itself, with Houston reportedly turning down significantly more money from other teams to play in Baltimore.
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Mike Preston’s Ravens training camp observations on the state of the offense, rookie progress and more | COMMENTARY

The Ravens have already talked about getting running back J.K. Dobbins more involved in the passing game and having quarterback Lamar Jackson take more conventional snaps under center, but they’ve added a few other wrinkles that might not be on display until the beginning of the regular season. The media isn’t at liberty to talk or write about certain plays or formations run at training camp, ...
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