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Chip Kelly Starts at UCLA

On November 25, 2017, UCLA hired Chip Kelly as their 17th head football coach, signing him to a 5-year $23.3 million dollar contract. He’s taking over a program that hasn’t won a National title since. Chip Kelly is the new head coach for UCLA Football. Full story: https://t.co/JNfJXqCSUr#GoBruins pic.twitter.com/do8uaUpR4j — UCLA Football …

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NFL Week 10 Preview

With only eight weeks left in the NFL season, many teams are preparing for a playoff push. Others are bottoming out for a top pick in the draft. Four teams are on a bye this week, including the 8-1 Philadelphia Eagles and the 6-3 Kansas City Chiefs. Sunday Afternoon New …

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NFC Week 8 Previews

This week in NFC action, four teams will have a bye. The Cardinals will get an extra week to get quarterback Drew Stanton prepared to be the starter, after Carson Palmer was placed on Injured Reserve with a broken arm. Along with them, the Packers, Rams and Giants will have …

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Trump’s Controversial Comments Light NFL World on Fire

The national anthem eulogizes the history and tradition of the United States. At every professional sporting event, people from each branch of the military are honored during the national anthem while everyone stands to show their respect. Last year, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick decided to kneel instead of …

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Kaepernick Still Searching For NFL Home

With training camps in full swing and the NFL preseason about to start, quarterback Colin Kaepernick remains a free agent. Kaepernick as an NFL Talent There’s not much doubt that Colin Kaepernick is an NFL talent. Last season, Kaepernick started 12 games for the 49ers. He posted the 17th highest …

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John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan Join 49ers

“We do have some considerable work to do.” 49ers general manager John Lynch said, shortly after inking his name with the team. Lynch’s outlook is an understatement. San Francisco managed just two wins last season. Their offense averaged the league’s second-lowest yards per game at 308.1. Los Angeles was the only offense to …

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