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8:20 PM ET PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ big free agent signing of 2018 says one year in Pittsburgh is enough as veteran safety Morgan Burnett would like to be released from his contract. Burnett told NFL Network that a release would help him return to his natural position of safety instead of as a
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4:43 PM ET The NFL significantly reduced the fine Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield received for a gesture he made on the sidelines during a December win over Cincinnati, according to a source. The NFL handed Baker Mayfield a fine of $10,026 for unsportsmanlike conduct, the result of an apparent lewd gesture he made toward
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8:00 AM ET Tom Brady stood at the lectern after winning his eighth straight divisional-round playoff game, wearing a black ski cap on his head, smiling patiently as he listened to a question attempting to summarize the sentiments of his haters, who are apparently numerous. Hey, Tom, the questioner began, as one does when greeting
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9:18 PM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The perception when Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton came into the NFL as the top pick of the 2011 draft was that then-owner Jerry Richardson wouldn’t allow him to get a tattoo. Newton disputed that when it was revealed world-renowned tattoo artist Keith “Bang Bang” McCurdy gave the 2015
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6:25 PM ET FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Robert Kraft reflected Thursday on the upcoming 25th anniversary of purchasing the New England Patriots and the role quarterback Tom Brady has played in the franchise’s success. “Definitely the greatest player of all time — not just quarterback in my opinion,” Kraft said in an interview with ESPN. “Because
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10:19 AM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Gladys Knight will sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at this year’s Super Bowl. The seven-time Grammy Award-winner says she’s proud to use her voice to “unite and represent our country” in her hometown of Atlanta. The 74-year-old and the Pips were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall
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8:54 PM ET THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Sean McVay couldn’t help himself. Marcus Peters was addressing what had become the dominant storyline heading into the NFC Championship Game, and the Los Angeles Rams‘ young, exuberant head coach tried to play along. “Let me get some of that soup!” McVay shouted from a hallway that resides
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