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Only 2 Eagles wanted to go to White House: report

Eagles players and officials made individual decisions to not go to the White House for a scheduled celebration of their Super Bowl title, leaving two players actually planning to make the trip to Washington before the visit was canceled by President Donald Trump, according to players and a person familiar with the arrangements. The person spoke on condition of anonymity ...

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Rams COO hoping Donald signs new contract before training camp

Los Angeles Rams star defensive tackle Aaron Donald remains without a new contract, and the team is still scrambling to reach a long-term deal with the reigning Defensive Player of the Year this offseason. For now, Donald – who’s set to earn $ 6.892 million in 2018, the last year of his rook… NFL | theScore

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Patriots' Edelman faces 4-game ban for PED: report

Speaking for the first time at the Patriots’ minicamp, Tom Brady could have had plenty to talk about had he waited a few hours. Instead, reports broke later Thursday that one of the New England quarterback’s favourite receivers, Julian Edelman, could be suspended for violating the league’s performance-enhancers policy. Brady, who turns 41 on Aug. 3, said he never considered ...

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Lucky Whitehead arrested on petty larceny charge

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead was arrested and charged with misdemeanor petty larceny in June after he was accused of shoplifting in Virginia, according to court and police records. Whitehead was arrested on June 22 around 1:30 a.m. ET after being accused of shoplifting less than $ 2… NFL.com

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Ex-NFLer Justin Tuck embarks on new career as VP at Goldman Sachs

Since retiring from the NFL in 2016, Justin Tuck has been focused on making the transition from football to finance. His hard work paid off, because he’s now set to join prestigious investment banking company Goldman Sachs. The New York Giants defensive end, who won two Super Bowls with the t… NFL | theScore

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