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12:10 PM ET Chris Mortensen Close NFL reporter ESPN Senior NFL Analyst Joined ESPN in 1991 George Polk Award winner; Twice nominated for Pulitzer Prize Adam Schefter Close ESPN Senior Writer ESPN NFL Insider Joined ESPN in 2009 Former president of the Pro Football Writers of America and the author of four books Philip Rivers
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6:01 PM ET Tennessee Titans defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons was not fined by the NFL because there was no visual evidence of him spitting on Baltimore Ravens guard Marshal Yanda. After the Titans’ 28-12 divisional playoff win in Baltimore, Yanda accused Simmons of spitting in his face. 2 Related “I’ve never been spitten in my
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11:43 AM ET The New Orleans Police Department could withdraw the arrest warrant issued for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. as early as this weekend after an officer signed an affidavit saying he did not want to pursue charges, according to a law enforcement source familiar with the developments. Beckham was potentially facing
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11:43 AM ET Odell Beckham Jr.’s legal issues in his native Louisiana appear to be over. The Cleveland Browns wide receiver was potentially facing a misdemeanor charge of simple battery for slapping the buttocks of a Superdome police officer in the LSU locker room after the Tigers’ national championship victory over Clemson on Monday in
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11:04 PM ET FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots backup quarterback Jarrett Stidham would be the player most affected by Tom Brady leaving the team as a free agent this offseason, but he said that isn’t part of his mindset as he prepares for his second season with the club. “Right now, I can’t really
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10:41 PM ET New England Patriots cornerback Jason McCourty is recovering from offseason groin surgery, he said Friday on “Double Coverage,” the podcast he hosts with his twin brother, Patriots safety Devin. During the podcast, Jason McCourty, while talking about recovery boots with his brother, said he didn’t have his on because he was recovering
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1:45 PM ET OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh defended Lamar Jackson’s playoff failure on Friday, highlighting the progress the quarterback has made in two NFL seasons. “He’s 23 years old. He’s younger than Joe Burrow, OK?” Harbaugh said at his end-of-season news conference. “So he’s got a pretty good head start
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