New year, new offense, new quarterback? One of the focus points of this period of the offseason is reckless … more

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 Jonathon Natsis

May 31, 2016

Three months out from the start of the regular season, the New York Jets still aren’t set at quarterback. The … more

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 Jonathon Natsis

May 30, 2016

Is there any first-year player more suited to making a run for Rookie of the Year than Ezekiel Elliott? The newest … more

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 Jonathon Natsis

May 29, 2016

The NFL’s best wide receiver has his sights set on an unprecedented milestone in 2016. Having recorded monster – … more

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 Jonathon Natsis

May 28, 2016

Rob Ryan, now attached at the hip with brother Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills, is more than thrilled to be moving … more

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 Amber Lee

May 28, 2016

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news · NFL · May 31, 2016

New year, new offense, new quarterback? One of the focus points of this period of the offseason is reckless speculation, and it’s coming in droves from Philadelphia. The Eagles have perhaps the most … more

news · NFL · May 30, 2016

Three months out from the start of the regular season, the New York Jets still aren’t set at quarterback. The biggest factor in that pickle is the back-and-forth game being played between New York and … more

news · NFL · May 29, 2016

Is there any first-year player more suited to making a run for Rookie of the Year than Ezekiel Elliott? The newest Dallas Cowboys running back will be playing alongside a plethora of weapons on … more

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