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Report: FOX Sports interested in Jeff Fisher as game analyst

Former head coach Jeff Fisher wants to someday make his way back to an NFL sideline, but he may be intercepted before he can get there. FOX Sports is reportedly talking to Fisher about serving as a game analyst for the 2018 season, sources told Michael McCarthy of the Sporting News. The network is paying around $ 550 million per ...

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Redskins select Adonis Alexander in supplemental draft

The Washington Redskins selected cornerback Adonis Alexander out of Virginia Tech in the sixth round of the NFL’s supplemental draft Wednesday. A standout with the Hokies, Alexander entered the supplemental draft after being ruled academically ineligible to play out his senior campaign. H… NFL | theScore

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Giants select CB Sam Beal in 3rd round of supplemental draft

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The New York Giants selected cornerback Sam Beal out of Western Michigan in the third round of the NFL’s supplemental draft on Wednesday. More to come. Copyright © 2018 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. … NFL | theScore

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Antonio Brown on turning 30: 'I don't pay attention to my age'

Antonio Brown is considered one of the game’s premier receivers. He’s been dominant, particularly over the past five seasons when he’s averaged 1,569 yards and has shown no signs of slowing. But the Pittsburgh Steelers star turned 30 years old Tuesday, an age that strikes fear into the hear… NFL | theScore

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Beal & Alexander: Who are the 2 CBs set to be taken in supplemental draft?

The supplemental draft – designed to account for NFL-eligible players who didn’t declare for the spring draft – is usually met with a chorus of “who cares?!” by football fans desperate for training camp to get underway. This year’s edition is different. The 2018 Supplemental Draft boasts two talented prospects in cornerbacks Sam Beal of Western Michigan and Adonis Alexander ...

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