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ORLANDO, Fla. — New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Sunday it wasn’t until after Super Bowl LII that the club had detailed discussions with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels about his future with the team, which ultimately gave McDaniels new information to consider after he accepted the Indianapolis Colts‘ head-coaching job. Belichick’s remarks shed light
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The Dallas Cowboys are expected to sign free-agent offensive tackle Cameron Fleming, a league source told ESPN’s Field Yates. This means the New England Patriots are poised to lose both of their starting offensive tackles from Super Bowl LII, as starting left tackle Nate Solder signed with the New York Giants. The Cowboys also restructured
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Quarterback Johnny Manziel stood up for fellow free agent Colin Kaepernick in a series of tweets Saturday, praising the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback for his charitable work and saying the reasons Kaepernick isn’t signed are “non football based.” At the University of San Diego’s pro day on Thursday, Manziel threw in front of NFL
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Veteran free-agent tight end Martellus Bennett, whose career was highlighted by winning a Super Bowl championship with the New England Patriots in the 2016 season, announced his retirement on Friday night. Bennett played for the Dallas Cowboys (2008-2011), New York Giants (2012), Chicago Bears (2013-2015), Patriots (2016, 2017) and Green Bay Packers
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The New York Jets snared one of the top names remaining on the free-agent market, agreeing to terms Thursday night with wide receiver Terrelle Pryor Sr., a league source confirmed. Contract terms weren’t immediately available. Pryor visited the Jets this week, along with the Seattle Seahawks. News of the deal was first reported by Newsday.
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