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We’ve already seen what it takes to change the Green Bay Packers from a Super Bowl contender to a depressing shell of an also-ran: the absence of No. 12.

After losing Aaron Rodgers for nine games last season—a nightmare that will live forever in Wisconsin lore as The Brett Hundley Era—the Packers took steps to bolster their depth behind the two-time NFL MVP. Prior to the start of free … Continue reading

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Jonathan Casillas visiting Patriots

The Patriots watched a few of their own leave yesterday, and are beginning to bring some new pieces in today. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Giants linebacker Jonathan Casillas is visiting the Patriots. The Browns have added … Continue reading

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II The Dolphins issued this news release on the second day of the league year last Thursday.

fall. VI “When I got suspended for the season in 2012 over the alleged bounties in our games, it was a big shock to all of us. There was pressure from people in the league and the league office—I’m not … Continue reading

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Magic’s Arron Afflalo suspended two games for fighting

Magic guard Arron Afflalo has been suspended for two games without pay for throwing a haymaker at Minnesota’s Nemanja Bjelica, the NBA announced Thursday. Afflalo and Bjelica were both ejected with 7:28 remaining in the second quarter of the Magic’s … Continue reading

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The Cardinals rank 26th in pass defense and have yielded 13 TD passes this season, which could be a good omen for Goff in his search for better consistency.

Last year, after the Browns went 1-15, Jackson vowed that if Cleveland went 1-15 again this season, people would find him “swimming in [Lake Erie].” On Wednesday, he told reporters, “I made that statement. I got to back it up.” … Continue reading

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Aruna is strong at the point of attack and the 6-6, 265-pound Nigerian native was disruptive all week in Pasadena.

Texas Tech’s Nic Shimonek had the best stats in the Shrine Game, going 12 of 18 for 105 yards and a touchdown, but was extremely inconsistent as a thrower and several completions were short throws. While Ohio State’s J.T. Barrett’s … Continue reading

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Pacers: Turner missed his seventh straight game with an injured right elbow.

He high-stepped halfway down the baseline in celebration after Al Jefferson dunked on Gasol early in the fourth quarter. … The Pacers concluded their longest trip of the season, going 3-2. … Indiana came in averaging 106.5 points per game, … Continue reading

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Ramsey, 23, is only in his second year in the NFL and already has a strong argument as the league’s top cornerback.

He’s tall, physical, athletic, instinctive, and was named a First Team All-Pro by the Associated Press. That’s no small feat in Jacksonville where players are often forgotten and overlooked. Just five players earned First Team All-Pro honors as Jaguars in … Continue reading

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Papa John’s CEO out following comments about NFL players, anthem

Papa John’s founder John Schnatter will no longer be the company’s CEO, the pizza company announced Thursday. Schnatter caused quite a stir in November when he criticized the NFL, saying anthem protests hurt sales. Papa John’s is the official pizza … Continue reading

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Wide left. Cue the celebration for Army. The Black Knights are back.

Bennett Moehring narrowly missed a 48-yard field goal on the final play and Army held off Navy 14-13 on Saturday to win the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy for the first time since 1996. L.A. Rams (+14%): The Rams are currently predicted to … Continue reading

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