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2015 Season Opener Set: Dallas Cowboys vs. Giants

NFL insider Adam Schefter tweeted that the Dallas Cowboys will open up the 2015 NFL season with NFC East rival the New York Giants.

Sounds like first Sunday night regular-season game is shaping up to be Giants at Cowboys.

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"Tebow Mania" is a no-lose situation in Philly

Tim Tebow can say goodbye to his career as an ESPN college football analyst after signing a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday. Tebow’s last stint in the NFL was two seasons ago with the… 375 more words


Blogging and Tweeting in sports? Here's what to do...and not do

Blogging and tweeting have become vital practices in the sports industry. Breaking news, in-depth analysis, and valuable opinions are all available almost instantly. The thing with blogs and twitter is that we all have access to them, which is a blessing and curse at the same time. 614 more words

Schefter: Bucs Plan is Winston at One

I love Colin Cowherd’s show during football season. I don’t listen too much this time of year, and my driving time is now dominated by Sirius NFL Radio. 193 more words

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Did Bill Belichick Go on "Profane Tirade" at League Meetings, Or Did He Not?

Adam Schefter was a guest on Keith Olbermann’s show this afternoon. Late in the segment, he dropped a delightful nugget about Bill Belichick (rightfully, in my opinion) freaking the hell out about league replay procedures. 280 more words


Trust me on this one: Why Redskins fans should be REALLY excited about the signing of Jeron Johnson

On Monday, the Redskins signed former Seahawks safety Jeron Johnson to a two-year deal worth around $3.5 million, as new GM Scot McCloughan continues to bring in new players to try and improve the defense. 1,007 more words

Report: Colt McCoy re-joins Redskins

The Washington Redskins have reached a deal with quarterback Colt McCoy that will see the veteran passer re-join the team in a backup role, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported. 72 more words