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9:05 PM ET Brady HendersonESPN Former Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Malik McDowell has been sentenced to 11 months in jail and three years of probation after pleading guilty last month to a series of crimes earlier this year in Michigan, court records show. As part of McDowell’s sentencing Wednesday in Oakland County (Michigan) Circuit Court,
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BEREA, Ohio — Cleveland Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway was benched before Sunday’s 19-16 victory over the Buffalo Bills for showing up late to FirstEnergy Stadium, a source confirmed to ESPN. Cleveland.com first reported that Callaway was late in part because he parked in a different lot than usual. Callaway was not available in the
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Can we all take a moment, objectively and without debate, to recognize Dak Prescott‘s absolutely ridiculous game on Sunday night in Dallas? The Cowboys quarterback put on a show of pinpoint passing against the Vikings, producing the kind of game that would have reverberated for days and maybe weeks had his team won. But here
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You can say watching Lamar Jackson is like looking into the past, if you want to say he reminds you of Michael Vick. And you can say watching Lamar Jackson is like looking into the future, if you want to believe the football world will someday be inhabited by jet-powered, shape-shifting human missiles. But to
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — While the San Francisco 49ers could welcome back three key offensive starters Monday night against the Seattle Seahawks, they could also be missing perhaps their most indispensable player. On Saturday, the 49ers officially labeled tight end George Kittle as doubtful for Monday’s game after he suffered knee and ankle injuries in
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The San Francisco 49ers haven’t asked quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to throw much this season, but they’ve consistently asked him to throw when it matters most: on third down. More often than not, Garoppolo has delivered. “That’s usually where quarterbacks earn their money,” 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said. “You can do a
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