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Can Saints QB Taysom Hill really become Drew Brees’ heir?

“I was kind of joking around with a few guys that this is the first opportunity I’ve had to take a rep at quarterback in the New Orleans Saints’ offense. So these last [two weeks of OTA practices] have been a ton of fun,” said the second-year quarterback, who managed to create an enormous amount […]

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Joe Flacco believes Michael Crabtree is ‘the guy’ for Ravens

Joe Flacco has consistently found Michael Crabtree during the first two weeks of Baltimore Ravens offseason practices, whether it’s over the middle, along the sideline or in the corner of the end zone. The impressive part isn’t the number of times Flacco has hit the Ravens’ biggest free-agent addition. It’s the effortlessness it takes for […]

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Intriguing competition at wide receiver for Patriots

Perhaps the thing that stood out more than any other during the New England Patriots’ organized team activity on Tuesday was the presence of wide receiver Julian Edelman, who is coming back from a torn ACL suffered last August. Nicknamed “The Squirrel,” Edelman brings a high level of competitiveness that has been noted by his […]

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Odell Beckham’s doing everything this spring for new contract

Odell Beckham Jr.’s presence this spring comes with a purpose. It’s not simply for show, to learn the new offense or for the extra work. He can get the latter at his offseason home in California if he so pleased. Beckham is out to prove that the New York Giants can trust their star wide […]

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Building a No. 1 defense: Vikings can never have enough corners

Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer used an analogy to portray the high regard in which he holds the cornerback position just as he was set to introduce his newest corner, first-round pick Mike Hughes, the day after Hughes was drafted. “A famous, old coach called me this morning and said that one of the reasons […]

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Seahawks focusing on fixing a deteriorating run game

Two of the Seattle Seahawks’ 2018 draft picks, like several of the team’s moves earlier in the offseason, had one thing in common: they were made with an eye towards fixing a badly broken running game. That’s why the Seahawks spent their first-round pick on running back Rashaad Penny and then in the fourth chose […]

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Could Ring of Honor be coming in November for Jason Witten?

In his new job as analyst for ESPN’s Monday Night Football, Witten will make his AT&T Stadium TV debut on Nov. 5 against the Tennessee Titans. Considering the welcome home the Cowboys gave to Tony Romo last fall when he called his first Cowboys game for CBS against the Kansas City Chiefs, with a banner […]

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Cowboys hope Dak Prescott can cash in big after success in ’18

Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones prepares as if he can see the future. As the person in charge of the salary cap, Jones must take a multiyear view of the Cowboys’ roster, the money tied to players and the type of money that should be set aside for the future. Enter Dak Prescott.cheap […]

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Why aren’t teams signing safeties?

Morgan Burnett spent the first week of free agency hanging with his wife and kids instead of scrolling Twitter for free-agency updates. He’d already been briefed by his agent, Kevin Conner, in his Atlanta offices, poring over every possibility: available players, comps to previous years, teams that might fulfill safety needs in the draft. The […]

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Expect Saquon Barkley to carry heavy workload as Giants rookie

On one side is the most electric wide receiver in football, with Odell Beckham Jr. demanding double coverage. In the slot is the emerging Sterling Shepard. Down the middle of the field, the New York Giants have tight end Evan Engram catching touchdown passes and making big plays with his blazing speed. There is — […]

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