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Ain't Saying She a Gold Digger and Other News

-49ers QB Colin Kaepernick’s explains his gold digger wishlist(tmz.com)

-Seahawks S Earl Thomas apparently doesn’t like being compared to Richard Sherman(youtube.com)

-DirecTV may be losing its monopoly on NFL Sunday Ticket( 28 more words

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Hugh Douglas Joins Jason & Randy

Former NFL Defensive Lineman Hugh Douglas joined the show to discuss some of the latest NFL Headlines including Johnny Manziel, the Falcons and where he sees them finishing this year, and the biggest transitions defensive rookies like JaDaveon Clowney will have in the NFL. 42 more words

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Former Eagles Linebacker Being Sued

Hugh Douglas, who is best known for his years in Philadelphia as a member of the Eagles fearsome defense, has now become a cliche. He was once a jovial character on ESPN Networks but now Douglas is just another punchline. 110 more words

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Ex-Girlfriend Sues Former Eagles Player Hugh Douglas

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — An ex-girlfriend of former NFL defensive end Hugh Douglas accused him in a new lawsuit of assaulting her multiple times, including an encounter at a Connecticut hotel last year that resulted in his arrest but no jail time. 397 more words

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Dundalk go top after victory over UCD

Dundalk moved top of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division table with a 4-1 win away to UCD at the UCD Bowl in Dublin.

With Cork City being held at home to Sligo Rovers and both Drogheda Utd and Shamrock Rovers losing their respective games, the result meant that Stephen Kenny’s side go two points clear. 238 more words

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Ex-Eagle Douglas Pleads No Contest In Assault Case, Avoids Jail

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Former pro football player Hugh Douglas has pleaded no contest and avoided jail in a Connecticut case alleging he assaulted his girlfriend at a Hartford hotel. 133 more words

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Ex-NFLer Douglas Expected To Plead In Hartford Assault Case

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Former pro football player Hugh Douglas is expected to plead no contest in a Connecticut case that alleged he assaulted his girlfriend at a Hartford hotel. 116 more words

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