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3:42 PM ET Aaron Rodgers hopes the darkness will help him see the light about his future. The Green Bay Packers‘ quarterback said Tuesday on “The Pat McAfee Show” that he will embark on a four-day/four-night “darkness retreat” soon after the Super Bowl on Sunday. “I’ve got a pretty cool opportunity to do a little
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3:59 PM ET Turron DavenportESPN Close Covered Eagles for USA Today Covered the Ravens for Baltimore Times Played college football at Cheyney University NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans announced Tuesday they have promoted Tim Kelly to offensive coordinator. Kelly spent last season as the Titans’ pass game coordinator. Prior to joining the Titans, Kelly
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1:31 PM ET SANTA CLARA, Calif. — One week after defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans departed to become the Houston Texans‘ head coach, the San Francisco 49ers have his replacement. The Niners are hiring Steve Wilks, who was most recently the interim head coach of the Carolina Panthers, as their next defensive coordinator, sources told ESPN’s
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10:08 AM ET Alaina GetzenbergESPN BUFFALO, N.Y. — After the Pegula family kept the health information of Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres co-owner Kim Pegula private for over eight months, Jessica Pegula shared Tuesday that her mother suffered cardiac arrest in June 2022 and remains in recovery. Kim Pegula continues to improve daily but is
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7:00 AM ET A record 50.4 million adults in the United States — roughly 20% of the population — are expected to combine to bet approximately $16 billion on Super Bowl LVII, according to survey results released Tuesday by the American Gaming Association. The number of expected Super Bowl bettors is up 61% from last
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12:31 AM ET PHOENIX — When it comes to Super Bowls, Patrick Mahomes knows the euphoria of a victory and the frustration of a defeat. He said the memories of the Kansas City Chiefs‘ Super Bowl loss are more powerful than those of their win. “The win is amazing,” Mahomes said Monday at the Super
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1:01 AM ET PHOENIX — Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, speaking to reporters during Monday’s Super Bowl Opening Night, stayed true to a saying he likes to use with his players. “Be where your feet are” is the phrase — and when asked about his feelings toward returning to the Chiefs next season,
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11:30 PM ET PHOENIX — Philadelphia Eagles CEO Jeffrey Lurie said Monday that Jalen Hurts is “just what we’re looking for” when asked about the prospects of initiating contract extension talks with the quarterback’s agent at some point. “I don’t think he has anything to prove [to be the long-term answer at quarterback],” Lurie told
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