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Patriots Reportedly Sign Gostkowski To 4-Year Deal

BOSTON (CBS) — The New England Patriots and kicker Stephen Gostkowski have beat the franchise tag deadline, reportedly agreeing to a long-term contract.

According to ESPN’s Mike Reiss, it’s a four-year deal worth roughly $17 million. 162 more words


Let's call it Wednesday

The American League beat the National League 6-3 in the All-Star game last night. The win for the American League means that the team that represents them in the World Series will have home field advantage. 1,086 more words


Show Them The Money

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Column By, Dustin Bourque

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Mr. Maguire once said” SHOWWWW MEE THE MONEYYYY!!” This rings true today also. Dez Bryant and Demaryius  Thomas are only two of the many big name NFL receivers that are looking for a BIG TIME payday this offseason. 657 more words


With franchise tag deadline looming, here's five storylines to watch for

Individual teams and players have until 4 p.m. ET Wednesday afternoon to agree on a long-term extension, or sign their one-year franchise tag tender.

These five players have been tagged, and here’s where they stand heading into the deadline: 283 more words


NFL Franchise Tag Deadline: How Dez and Demaryius affect Steelers WR Antonio Brown

Lions receiver Calvin Johnson has contributed more than just 10,000 receiving yards and 74 touchdowns. He’s added more than just a convoluted rule that serves as one of the few regulatory items issued by the league that does not favor the offense. 634 more words

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Happy Independence Day Jason Pierre-Paul

For most people, the Fourth of July is a time spent relaxing with family and friends.  It’s a day off from work and a chance to hang out at the beach or on a lake, grilling hot dogs or hamburgers, and celebrating America’s independence with a cold beverage. 865 more words

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Jerry Jones Expects Dez Bryant Will Be At Camp, All Games

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ARLINGTONs (AP) – Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants Dez Bryant to spend his entire career with the team, and expects that the disgruntled All-Pro receiver will be at training camp and the regular-season opener. 113 more words