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The longtime New England Patriots quarterback becomes a free agent in March.
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The offensive assistant coach with the San Francisco 49ers will be working with the team's receivers to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Richard Sherman of the 49ers owned old rival Darrelle Revis after the latter began tweeting trash talk during the NFC championship game.
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The actor "is the Switzerland of football fans."
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The only known tape of Super Bowl I is shut in a vault, but some filmmakers are hoping to change things with a new documentary.
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The NFL star was shown on video apparently slapping an officer's backside on Monday after college football's big game.
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The league pioneered a key diversity hiring tactic called the Rooney Rule, but that hasn’t changed how team owners hire.
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Now that the head coach of the Tennesee Titans has his team within reach of the big game, good sense has prevailed.
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The New England Patriots receiver caused "unspecified damage," police say.
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The Patriots won’t be a part of the playoffs in the divisional round for the first time in 10 seasons.
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The 49ers rookie had the most impressive play of the game.
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"Dirty business," a reporter wrote after the player made the hospital rounds with teammates.
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The odd moment summed up the afternoon for the New York team against the Green Bay Packers.
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The quarterback shared a video from his impromptu workout on Nov. 16 amid disagreements with the NFL over its original arrangement.
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The offensive lineman tried to play but "just wasn’t able to do it.”
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Washington rookie Dwayne Haskins said he "thought the game was over with already."
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The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback appeared to make a statement about not backing down.
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The NFL invited the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback to a workout Saturday. Things didn't go as planned.
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The Cleveland Browns player was suspended indefinitely after hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his helmet.
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"At this point, I’ll believe when I see it," Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid, a friend of the quarterback, told reporters.