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10:36 AM ET Marcel Louis-JacquesESPN ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — After an investigation by the NFL, the Buffalo Bills were cleared of violating policy over the reporting of Jerry Hughes‘ wrist injury. The NFL had been looking into whether Buffalo violated policy on injury reporting after Hughes posted to social media that he had played the
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7:51 PM ET Former Jacksonville Jaguars safety Donovin Darius was arrested and charged with driving under the influence on Sunday afternoon, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. Darius, 44, was then taken to a Jacksonville hospital for a mental health evaluation after telling rescue workers he had ingested 20 to 30 pills and that he
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7:13 PM ET ORLANDO — Lamar Jackson headed to Orlando for the Pro Bowl with one goal in mind: Soak up as much as he could. That meant not the Central Florida sunshine (which finally appeared on Friday) but any and all information from the rest of the Pro Bowlers. Although he’s likely going to
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6:04 PM ET ORLANDO, Fla. — What started as just another Pro Bowl quickly turned into a tribute to NBA legend Kobe Bryant. News that Bryant and his daughter Gianna were among several people killed in a helicopter crash Sunday morning in California broke shortly before the Pro Bowl game began. The players found out
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5:13 PM ET MIAMI — The Kansas City Chiefs arrived at the site of Super Bowl LIV with some players wearing Hawaiian shirts in apparent tribute to head coach Andy Reid, who favors the fashion. Reid left the Chiefs’ chartered aircraft at Miami international Airport wearing a suit. Travis Kelce was among the Chiefs players
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Jan 19, 2020 Ravens defensive end Matthew Judon is a candidate for Baltimore’s franchise tag and trade inquiries from other teams, league sources tell ESPN, potentially continuing the recent trend of offseason trades featuring high-profile pass rushers. Other teams have noticed the impacts that Dee Ford and Frank Clark have had in San Francisco and
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9:14 PM ET MOBILE, Ala. — Justin Herbert might have had more at stake than any other player at the Senior Bowl this week, with the Oregon quarterback trying to prove he is worthy of a top-10 draft pick. He responded by being named as both the “Practice Player of the Week” and the MVP
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