Football Wiretap

Cardinals Could Address Tight End This Summer
Bruce Arians is happy with the talent the Cardinals have at tight end, but durability may be an issue.

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Julian Edelman: Talk Of Patriots Going 19-0 Is 'Stupid'
Julian Edelman doesn't like hearing talk that the Patriots could go undefeated this season.


Kirk Cousins Open To Long-Term Deal With Washington In 2018
There have been positive talks in recent days but Kirk Cousins prefers to wait to do a deal at this time.

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D'Onta Foreman Arrested On Marijuana, Firearm Possession
D'Onta Foreman was a third round pick by the Houston Texans out of Texas.


David Johnson Comfortable Getting 30 Touches Per Game
David Johnson ran for 1,239 yards and 16 touchdowns to go with 80 receptions for 879 yards in 2016.

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Jerry Jones Led Insurrection In 1990s To Grow NFL's TV Revenues
The NFL agreed to keep their television deals flat in 1991, which led Jerry Jones to revolt.

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Michael Floyd Suspended Four Games By NFL
Michael Floyd signed with the Vikings in the offseason.


Johnny Manziel In Talks With Multiple NFL Teams
Johnny Manziel has dealt with substance abuse and legal issues.

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Tyrann Mathieu: I'm NFL's Best Defender When Healthy
The Arizona Cardinals safety has torn his ACL twice in the last four years.

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Broncos, John Elway Continue To Discuss New Contract
John Elway's contract with the Broncos expires after the upcoming season and there has been no word on any recent progress.

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Bruce Arians Hopes To Coach In 2018 If Healthy
Bruce Arians said he'd like to at least finish out his contract, which runs through 2018.

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Martavis Bryant Seeks 'Man-To-Man' Talk With Ben Roethlisberger
Martavis Bryant was suspended four games in 2015 and the entire 2016 season for violations of the league's substance abuse policy.

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Teddy Bridgewater Working Out Without Knee Brace
Teddy Bridgewater previously had a sizable black brace gripping a majority of his injured left knee.

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Kirk Cousins Likely To Play Under Franchise Tag In 2017
Kirk Cousins and Washington have until Monday to sign a long-term deal.

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Tony Romo Reiterates Retirement Decision Is Final
Tony Romo continues to be asked if he'll play football again and his answer remains the same.

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Ted Thompson Has Full Confidence Of Packers' Management
Ted Thompson has headed the Green Bay front office for the past 12 years.

Wisconsin State Journal

Dak Prescott: We're Gonna Win The NFC East
Dak Prescott was asked on the red carpet prior to the ESPYs about the upcoming season.

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Relocation Fees To Cost Rams, Chargers $645M
The 29 NFL teams that are staying put will receive a gross sum of $55.2 million over a period of up to 11 years from the relocation fees associated with the moves of the Rams, Chargers and Raiders, ac

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Richard Sherman: NFL Players Need To Be Willing To Go On Strike
Richard Sherman suggests NFL players need to be prepared to strike in order to receive the same type of guaranteed salaries NBA players routinely agree upon.


DeAngelo Williams Not Interested In Cowboys, Browns, Panthers, Jaguars
DeAngelo Williams has been one of the NFL's most productive backup running backs over the past two seasons with the Steelers.

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Cowboys Ranked Most Valuable Team In Sports At $4.2 Billion
The Cowboys, Patriots, Giants and 49ers are in the top-10.


Ralph Webb Declares Himself Best Running Back In Nation
Vanderbilt fifth-year senior Ralph Webb believes he's the best running back in college football.

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Aaron Rodgers: I'm Starting Back Nine Of My Career
Aaron Rodgers is entering his 13th NFL season after a masterful 40 touchdown-seven interception campaign in 2016.

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Sam Darnold Doesn't Think Any Team Should Tank For Him
USC quarterback Sam Darnold doesn't think any NFL team should tank next season for the right to draft him in 2018.

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Todd Gurley: It Can't Get Any Worse Than Last Year
Todd Gurley rushed for 1,106 yards and 10 touchdowns (4.8 YPC) as a rookie, but was limited to 885 yards and six scores (3.2 YPC) in 2016.


Calvin Johnson: No Freedom To Change Teams Played Role In Retiring
Calvin Johnson was frustrated by the Lions' inability to compete for a Super Bowl.


Emmanuel Sanders: Broncos Throwing More Under Mike McCoy
The Broncos plan to throw the football more under offensive coordinator Mike McCoy's new system.

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Bruce Arians Had Kidney Cancer During 2016 Season
Bruce Arians has revealed that he was diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma, the most common type of kidney cancer, during the 2016 season.

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Adrian Peterson Acknowledges 'It Was Time For Change Of Scenery'
There are doubts as to whether Adrian Peterson can stay healthy and stay productive.

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Mark Schlereth Leaves ESPN For FS1
Mark Schlereth is close to recently fired FS1 president Jamie Horowitz and his deal had been planned for months.

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