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Incognito named ambassador of anti-bullying org

Jul 13, 2018 NFL offensive lineman Richie Incognito was announced Friday as the “first national ambassador” of an anti-bullying organization based in Los Angeles. Boo2Bullying, a nonprofit group founded in 2011 with the mission of “outreach, education, mentoring, inspiration and support for our youth and their families,” said Incognito will be introduced at an event later this month. Incognito, who ...

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DeMarco Murray retires after seven seasons

Jul 13, 2018 DeMarco Murray, a three-time Pro Bowl running back, has retired after seven seasons in the NFL. “It’s been a long time thinking, the last year or two, and physically, mentally and emotionally, I think it’s time for me to hang it up,” Murray said while making his announcement Friday on ESPN’s NFL Live.

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NFLPA exec: Serious player concern over betting

8:23 PM ET An executive for the NFLPA on Friday told a room of state legislators and gaming industry officials that players are concerned about what expanded legal sports betting means for them in their private and on-field lives. “There are serious consequences, particularly for the athletes,” said Casey Schwab, vice president of business and legal affairs for the NFLPA. ...

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Michael Irvin sides with HOF on T.O. decision

9:12 PM ET FORT WORTH, Texas — Michael Irvin agrees with the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s decision not to acknowledge Terrell Owens individually during enshrinement weekend in Canton, Ohio, next month. “We can’t spend this moment for all these other guys talking about the guy that is not here,” the Hall of Fame wide receiver said Saturday at the ...

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NFLPA exec: 'There are serious consequences' to legalized sports betting

NFLPA vice president of business and legal affairs Casey Schwab stated that legalized sports betting could have immense ramifications concerning player privacy. The U.S. Supreme Court voted 7-2 in May that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act is unconstitutional, allowing states to offer legalized sports gambling on a state-by-state basis. Delaware and New Jersey offer legalized sports betting, while ...

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Barnwell: The NFL's best and worst arsenals from 32-1

Jul 11, 2018 If you had to list the reasons why the Eagles went from last place in the NFC East to Super Bowl LII champions in 12 months, weapons wouldn’t be far from the top. General manager Howie Roseman went out last year and transformed what Carson Wentz was working with by adding LeGarrette Blount,

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Irvin agrees with HOF's decision to downplay Owens' induction

Ahead of next month’s Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony, two Dallas Cowboys greats remain in stark opposition to each other. Terrell Owens, who’s scheduled to be inducted into the Hall on Aug. 4, won’t be attending the ceremony with the rest of the 2018 class. In turn, the Hall stated that Owens wouldn’t receive the customary individual spotli… NFL ...

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Updated salary-cap situations for all 32 teams

The 2018 NFL offseason is in the rear-view mirror, with training camps set to open in less than two weeks. As teams make their last free-agent signings and lock up draft picks to finalize their payrolls, let’s examine where they all stand in terms of cap space. Cap numbers are courtesy of Over the Cap and rounded to the nearest ...

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Chargers superfan Boltman retiring; selling costume, rights on eBay

Los Angeles Chargers superfan Dan Jauregui, better known as Boltman, has decided to call it a career. Jauregui issued a statement Thursday announcing he was retiring as the Chargers’ unofficial mascot and will be auctioning off the costume and “full intellectual property rights to the Boltman character” on eBay, according to <a href="http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/sports/chargers/sd-sp-char… NFL | theScore

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