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Multiple NFL teams have now canceled minicamps this offseason, with the 49ers and Texans joining the Eagles and Colts as teams officially giving those workouts a miss.Each team made its decision pu
Chris Hogan, who won two Super Bowl championships with the New England Patriots, is expected to make his pro lacrosse debut Saturday.In February, two months after the New York Jets released him, th
New York Giants cornerback Sam Beal, a former third-round supplemental draft pick in 2018, has pled guilty to two separate gun charges in Ohio, according to multiple reports.The charges came from a
Former Colorado quarterback Sam Noyer announced Friday that he is transferring to Oregon State.It is a homecoming for the senior with one season of eligibility remaining. He was born in Portland and
The San Francisco 49ers are signing free agent offensive lineman Senio Kelemete, NFL Network reported Friday.The versatile veteran has made 42 career starts at multiple positions, including five st
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Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay gladly acknowledges that the team’s acquisition of quarterback Matthew Stafford in exchange for Jared Goff is keeping him in high spirits.”I think I’ve been very h
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson on Thursday insisted he never asked the organization for a trade while acknowledging “unfortunate frustrations” with how the season ended.In his first pu
The Green Bay Packers may not have the quarterback they want in minicamp but they’re compensating by adding more of them.The Packers have signed Jake Dolegala after he tried out during the team’s m
Two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Johnathan Joseph retired Thursday after 15 seasons and 211 games with four NFL teams.”Today I retire from the NFL,” the 37-year-old free agent posted on Twitter. “In th