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Unlikely Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman: ‘Just got to keep it going’

When Julian Edelman was named MVP of Super Bowl LIII, he became the seventh wide receiver to break through and earn that honor on football’s largest stage. Former Patriot Deion Branch is also part of that group, having erupted for 11 catches and 113 yards in New England’s 24-21 victory against the Philadelphia Eagles in […]

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Handicapping the AFC East takeover: Who will be first to catch the Pats?

That was the date in which the Miami Dolphins defeated the New York Jets 24-17 to clinch the AFC East Division title. It’s notable because it marks the most recent date in which a team not named the New England Patriots clinched an AFC East title. New England has won the division 15 of the […]

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Ravens never putting Earl Thomas and ‘comfortable’ in same sentence

Earl Thomas acknowledges it will take time for him to learn the Baltimore Ravens’ defense after spending all nine of his NFL seasons in Seattle. Ravens coaches and players are also getting familiar with the six-time Pro Bowl safety and an intensity that few players bring. Walking around with that no-nonsense stare, Thomas wears a […]

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Seahawks rookie receiver DK Metcalf has brains to go with brawn

Of the 10 practices between rookie minicamp, organized team activities and veteran minicamp that were open to reporters, not one went by without Metcalf making a head-turning play or two. He beat defenders off the line of scrimmage, and he made outstretched catches in traffic over the middle and leaping ones down the sideline. He […]

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Ben Roethlisberger: Nice for Steelers to return to ‘normalcy’

Before fading into the quiet summer, Ben Roethlisberger entertained hundreds of football campers for about six hours Sunday, throwing go balls to young teens and helping feed 5,000 families through a Kraft Hunger initiative. Before he left the camp, the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback addressed the new, less dramatic reality with his team. “It’s been a […]

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Eagles to cut back on public training camp access, will charge (for charity)

The Philadelphia Eagles plan to cut the number of public training camp practices at Lincoln Financial Field from two to one this summer and will charge admission, sources said, with proceeds going to the team’s charity. Ticket prices will be $10, and the money will go to the Eagles Autism Challenge, which raises funds for […]

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Newlyweds: Jets’ Adam Gase says GM Joe Douglas ‘likes my insanity’

No one knows if Joe Douglas and Adam Gase can raise the New York Jets from the walking dead and deliver — dare we say it? — their first Super Bowl championship in a half-century. After all, Douglas is a rookie general manager and Gase is a 23-25 coach. But this much can be said […]

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Cameron Jordan extension a win-win for Saints; Michael Thomas next?

Sean Payton must have had contract extensions on the brain Tuesday after he finished talking about defensive end Cameron Jordan’s new three-year deal with the New Orleans Saints. Because when Payton was asked a question about receiver Michael Thomas’ growth, the coach said, “He’ll be the next one, I’m sure. [General manager Mickey Loomis] will […]

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Clay Matthews navigates fresh start with Rams, sans tan

After 10 seasons, a Super Bowl title and six Pro Bowl appearances as a member of the Green Bay Packers, Matthews’ new title doesn’t quite roll off the tongue. Even for Matthews. Recently, the outside linebacker was asked to record a short video — the kind players routinely make for team websites or events. It’s […]

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New Lions WR Jermaine Kearse returns to the familiar to reclaim career

The targets started to fall off and with that, Jermaine Kearse’s production plummeted. He dealt with injuries and only started half the season after a strong first year in New York had led him to believe he’d have a bigger impact in 2018 than he did. But the offensive coordinator changed and so, too, did […]

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