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Odell Beckham Jr., The Highest Paid Receiver in the NFL

Odell Beckham Jr. has agreed to a contract extension. New York Giants star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has agreed to stay in New York in a five-year extension worth $95 million with $65 million guaranteed. This deal tops Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans $82.5 million contract making Beckham the highest-paid receiver in …

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AJ McCarron looks to become a starter again.

A new start in Buffalo AJ McCarron is ready to prove his doubter wrong and let his wins with the Buffalo Bills do the talking. The former Heisman candidate won three National Championships and a couple of SEC championships when he played with the Crimson Tide. But when drafted in …

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Goodell Talks About Helmet Contact Rule

NFL changes helmet contact rule. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell looks to for a way to make the game of football more safe for the players by implementing a rule change that prohibits players from lowering their head to initiate contact. “Our focus is how to take the head out of …

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Alex Smith Says Farewell to Kansas City and is Heading to Washington

Leaving The Chiefs to join the Redskins. Three-time Pro Bowl quarterback, Alex Smith says goodbye to Kansas City and heads to Washington where he hopes to end his career. The Chiefs traded Smith for cornerback Kendall Fuller and a 2018 third round pick. The trade announced on January 30th became …

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Dolphins plan to stick with Tannehill

Ryan Tannehill will still lead the Dolphins going into 2018 season There has been speculation this off-season that the Miami Dolphins were going to part ways with Ryan Tannehill. On Wednesday head coach Adam Gase put an end to those rumors, saying that Tannehill is their man for 2018. The …

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Avery Johnson Holding On

Can The Crimson Tide Still Dance in March? Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach, Avery Johnson has some pretty high hopes for the rest of the season. During an interview after the team’s loss to Kentucky, he was disappointed in the Tides effort but still believes they can make a run …

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