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Best and Worst Case Scenarios for 2020: AFC South

We venture down south to continue looking at each team’s best- and worst-case scenarios for the coming 2020 season, as we now look at the teams in the AFC South. 1,523 more words

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George Kittle gets record-breaking $75 million contract from 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers locked up star tight end George Kittle, who just became the highest-paid NFL tight end ever.

Kittle, a two-time Pro Bowler, agreed to a five-year, $75 million extension with the 49ers,according to multiple reports, the largest contract ever given to a tight end. 99 more words

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones expects fans to attend home games

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he expects fans to attend home games for the upcoming football season.

Jones said he could not say how many fans will be allowed at AT&T Stadium because of… 419 more words

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Best Case and Worst Case Scenarios for 2020: NFC North

We continue the new best/worst case scenarios series to give you what I believe to be each team’s best- and worst-case scenarios for the season; this time focusing on the fabled NFC North. 1,449 more words

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Best Case and Worst Case Scenarios for 2020: AFC North

Apologies for the delay in this project. I’ve sat down and finally gotten to look at each team’s schedule for the 2020 season, and give you what I believe to be each team’s best- and worst-case scenarios for the season. 1,430 more words

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Jamie Collins is that dude!

Detroit Lions main IG account has been on a frenzy posting the updated head shots of the big ticket names on the roster. Marvin Jones, Amendola, Davis, Decker, Kerryon, and a couple new faces. 97 more words

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NFL Film Breakdown: From LA to Indy - What to Expect From the Rivers & Reich Reunion

After 15 years with the Chargers, Phillip Rivers is an Indianapolis Colt and he reunites with Frank Reich who worked with the quarterback as the offensive coordinator with the Chargers in 2014 and 2015. 1,645 more words

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