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  • Sun, 23 Sep 2018 05:04:30 +0000: Sources: Titans plan to start Gabbert vs. Jaguars - www.espn.com - NFL
    The Tennessee Titans are planning to start quarterback Blaine Gabbert against his former team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, on Sunday, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
  • Sun, 23 Sep 2018 05:03:37 +0000: Source: Bills RB McCoy (ribs) unlikely to play - www.espn.com - NFL
    LeSean McCoy is unlikely to play against the Vikings, but he wants to wait until pregame before making a final decision, a source told ESPN.
  • Sun, 23 Sep 2018 05:03:23 +0000: Fournette expected back for Jags, source says - www.espn.com - NFL
    Leonard Fournette is expected to be active for the Jacksonville Jaguars when they face the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
  • Sun, 23 Sep 2018 02:00:52 +0000: Pats rule out defensive starters Chung, Flowers - www.espn.com - NFL
    Concussions will force the Patriots to play without defensive starters Patrick Chung and Trey Flowers in the team's Sunday night game against the Lions.
  • Sat, 22 Sep 2018 19:54:35 +0000: Conner, Berry 'just thankful' after cancer fights - www.espn.com - NFL
    The Steelers' James Conner and the Chiefs' Eric Berry, both cancer survivors, shared a hug Sunday and continue to "just try to be an inspiration to others."

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  • Fri, 21 Sep 2018 12:26:28 +0000: Josh Gordon may turn out to be Bill Belichick's greatest ever trade - NFL | The Guardian

    The New England Patriots have picked up one of the league’s most talented receivers for peanuts. He’s worth it, even with his history of addiction

    Josh Gordon is the latest example of a calculated Bill Belichick gamble. He may turn out to be the greatest of them all. The New England Patriots head coach has a habit of grabbing 24-karat players for the price of 24 carrots. The Patriots officially acquired Gordon from the Browns this week, in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick. The Pats will also receive a seventh-rounder from Cleveland.

    How do other teams routinely allow New England to get away with this kind of trading witchcraft? Belichick just acquired one of the most gifted playmakers of this, or indeed any, generation for almost nothing. The trade recalls the Randy Moss deal Belichick struck a decade ago. Back then, Moss was seen as a troubled star: he didn’t fit in Oakland and he was often injured. Belichick flipped a fourth-round pick in exchange for the Hall of Famer and New England ripped off a 16-0 regular season while Moss broke the regular-season touchdown record, grabbing 23 TDs from Brady.

    Related: Browns win their first game since 2016 as Mayfield shines on debut

    Related: The NFL's Rooney Rule: why football's racial divide is larger than ever

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  • Fri, 21 Sep 2018 03:48:53 +0000: Browns win their first game since 2016 as Mayfield shines on debut - NFL | The Guardian
    • New York Jets 17-21 Cleveland Browns
    • No1 overall pick comes on for injured Tyrod Taylor
    • Browns’ last victory came on 24 December 2016

    For the first time in 635 days, the Cleveland Browns found a way to win, and Baker Mayfield showed them how.

    The No1 overall pick in this year’s draft replaced injured starter Tyrod Taylor and sparked the Browns as they beat the New York Jets 21-17 on Thursday night for their first win since 24 December 2016. Both Browns touchdowns came from one-yard runs from Carlos Hyde.


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  • Thu, 20 Sep 2018 19:22:11 +0000: 'We’re losing, we suck': Antonio Brown delivers damning verdict on Steelers - NFL | The Guardian
    • Struggling Pittsburgh have yet to win a game this season
    • Wide receiver has vented frustration on social media

    Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown said on Thursday that his frustration on the sideline during Sunday’s game and his tweet toward a critic on Monday came from his desire to win.

    Meeting with reporters for the first time since the team’s 42-37 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, Brown made it clear he does not want a trade, but rather for his team to start performing at the level it has previously.

    Related: 'I shouldn't be out there anymore': why Vontae Davis retired at half-time

    Trade me let’s find out https://t.co/4OeepI78zy

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  • Wed, 19 Sep 2018 16:32:24 +0000: Jesse Rieser’s best photograph: footballers say goodbye to the game - NFL | The Guardian

    ‘I’ve had hip surgery once, shoulder surgery twice, my left knee needs replacing and my back is ruined. This was their farewell to football – and mine too’

    Football was everything to me in my teenage years. My father and grandfather played, so there was never any question that I would. But when I was offered football scholarships, I turned them down to study the arts. Coming back 20 years later to shoot the game I gave up for photography gave me a rush of nostalgia.

    This shot is of the Vikings, a high-school team in Phoenix, Arizona. I chose this school because it was like the one I attended, with the same vast array of social, economic and ethnic backgrounds. I spent the whole season with the Vikings, getting to know the boys and their families. I realised how much the game meant to them – and how much it still means to me.

    There’s a dark side to the game that encourages explosive aggression and lavishes praise on players

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  • Wed, 19 Sep 2018 13:37:16 +0000: The NFL's Rooney Rule: why football's racial divide is larger than ever - NFL | The Guardian

    The NFL’s Rooney Rule has helped minority head coaches advance their careers. But the racial disparity between offensive and defensive coordinators has never been greater

    As the NFL opened another season earlier this month, eight of the NFL’s 32 teams featured a minority head coach, which tied for the most in league history. The Rooney Rule – which requires teams to interview at least one minority candidate for open head coaching and senior football operation roles – has seen a number of minorities climb the NFL coaching ladder in the past two decades.

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