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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Leonard Fournette thought the best way to make up for a terrible 2018 season was to basically start over. Despite an offseason arrest for driving with a suspended license, the Jacksonville Jaguars running back believes he has had a successful reboot, and he and the team are on solid footing heading into
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Green Bay Packers lineman David Bakhtiari was back to his beer-chugging ways courtside at the Milwaukee Bucks‘ NBA playoff game on Thursday night — and this time he got a pair of local MVPs to join in. Neither Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers nor Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich could down a beer quite as quickly
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Green Bay Packers lineman David Bakhtiari was back to his beer-chugging ways courtside at the Milwaukee Bucks‘ NBA playoff game Thursday night — and this time he got a pair of local MVPs to join in. Neither Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers nor Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich could down a beer quite as quickly as
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — New York Jets coach Adam Gase, whose relationship with Le’Veon Bell already is under a microscope, insisted Thursday that he’s “excited” to have the star running back on the team. Gase dismissed speculation he’s interested in trading Bell before the season. “That’s ridiculous,” Gase said. “That’s the first I’ve heard of
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The Washington Redskins signed veteran linebacker Jon Bostic to boost a unit weakened by the loss of Reuben Foster. Foster tore his ACL in practice Monday. He has not yet had surgery, and doctors fear there could be more damage but won’t know until they operate, a source said. He was officially placed on injured
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The NFL announced Wednesday that the scouting combine will remain in Indianapolis through 2021 and that on-field drills will be held in afternoon and prime time starting next year. After 2021, the league will hold an annual option to determine a host city for the event, which has been hosted by Indianapolis since 1987. Colts
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EAGAN, Minn. — Kyle Rudolph and the Minnesota Vikings may be inching closer to a resolution of the tight end’s contract situation. On the second day of organized team activities, Rudolph confirmed a report from Pro Football Talk that the Vikings offered the Pro Bowl tight end a five-year extension. The report said the deal
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10:44 PM ET Turron DavenportESPN Close Covered Eagles for USA Today Covered the Ravens for Baltimore Times Played college football at Cheyney University NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee Titans cornerback Adoree’ Jackson and his business partner James Moore paid for the burial expenses of Jaylon McKenzie this past weekend, a source close to Jackson’s family said.
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9:14 PM ET Brady HendersonESPN RENTON, Wash. — Bobby Wagner is present for the Seattle Seahawks‘ voluntary offseason program, but he’s not practicing as he awaits an extension that he hopes will make him the NFL’s highest-paid inside linebacker. “Just being the leader, you want to send the right message,” Wagner said Tuesday. “You want
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PITTSBURGH — Ben Roethlisberger took accountability for the Steelers‘ 2018 season in four important words. “I lacked in leadership,” Roethlisberger said after the team’s first organized team activities session Tuesday. “Because that’s my job as the leader of this team, to get us to the playoffs. I’m gonna need to focus and refocus my energy
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Buffalo Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes is signing a two-year extension worth up to $23 million that includes $19.5 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Hughes, who turns 31 in August, has been the Bills’ most productive and reliable pass-rusher, with 41.5 sacks over the six seasons he has been in Buffalo. Pro
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COSTA MESA, Calif. — After three seasons wearing No. 99, Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa is returning to comfort zone and his college No. 97. Bosa said he has wanted to switch back to his college number for some time but waited until this season due to financial considerations, with the Chargers moving
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New initiatives announced Monday by the NFL and the NFLPA will require every team to employ a mental health professional to work in its building and could conceivably lead to a change in the league’s attitude toward marijuana as a pain management treatment. The NFL and its players’ union announced Monday the establishment of both
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Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey and coach Freddie Kitchens attended Kareem Hunt‘s baptism ceremony Sunday in support of the running back, who is trying to turn his life around in his hometown of Cleveland. Hunt’s agent, Dan Saffron, also attended the ceremony and posted a photo on Instagram of the four men standing together.
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