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Le’Veon Bell looks forward to his new career with the Jets

Free-agent Le’Veon Bell left Pittsburgh to find a new home with the New York Jets. After signing his first contract with the NFL in 2013, Bell has spent his entire career playing for the Steelers. The young running back expressed his excitement to start a new chapter playing for the …

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Gators Pro Day 2019

Today, 17 Florida Gator football players from the 2018 roster participated in the 2019 Gators Pro Day. Today’s events were supposed to take place in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, but due to bad weather overnight and field conditions, it was moved to the Gators Indoor Practice Facility. All 32 NFL …

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NFL Celebrates a Century, Opening 100th Season

One hundred years in a long time. That’s 36,500 days, 3041 months, 700 weeks. That’s 10 whole decades. The National Football League will open it’s 100th season on Sept. 5 with the Green Bay Packers at the Chicago Bears. This Packers-Bears match up is the oldest rivalry in NFL history, …

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Newberry Native Named New Head Football Coach

The offseason: when all the changes occur. For Newberry High School’s football program they’re getting a new head coach. Following the Panthers 1-9 finish this past Fall, Head Coach Richard Vester put in his letter of resignation. He led the team for four consecutive years. Newberry native Ed Johnson immediately …

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Florida Football: Todd Grantham Makes Defensive Adjustments in Preparation for 2019 Season

The Florida Gators football team has begun its spring practices to prepare for the upcoming season. https://twitter.com/GatorsFB/status/1109069859978166272 Adjusting the Defense Florida defensive coordinator Todd Grantham has taken this opportunity to experiment with some of the younger players in different positions. “It’s just about trying to get guys reps at spots …

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Mullen discusses learning, competition as Florida continues spring practices

While there’s still 164 days until the first game of the college football season for Florida, spring practices are well underway. The Gators began their training regimen on March 12. They have had practices open to the public on certain dates and will continue to do so. Practices on March …

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Apollos Suffer First Loss of the Season

ORLANDO–They questioned if it would ever happen. It seemed everything went right every week. Come week six it happened and things just didn’t fall into place. The Orlando Apollos took their first loss of the season. The 22-17 loss against the Arizona Hotshots gives them a record of 5-1. #Spurrier …

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The Cleveland Browns: From the Laughing Stock of the NFL to One of its Most-Feared Teams

The Cleveland Browns haven’t had a winning season since 2006. Now, they are widely considered to be potential contenders in the AFC North. https://twitter.com/Browns/status/1105923823923351552 The Impact of John Dorsey Cleveland’s general manager John Dorsey has shown his intent to compete in the AFC this season. On Wednesday, the Browns completed …

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Kyler Murray Talks Pro Day

With the NFL Draft approaching, pro day is a huge opportunity for hundreds of NFL hopefuls to put their physical talents on display for coaches and scouts. Especially, when the pro day is for the projected number one pick in the draft. Murray Shines at Pro Day Kyler Murray took …

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NFL Free Agency: Miami Dolphins look to keep up in AFC East

Free agency for NFL players with an expiring contract began March 11. And while the free agents can officially sign contracts today at 4 p.m., the Miami Dolphins have been fairly quiet the past two days, and fans are very interested in how new head coach Brian Flores will start …

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