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Jamaal Charles with 50-50 chance to make the Broncos’ roster

The Broncos are planning a committee approach at running back this season. But will Jamaal Charles be part of that committee? Not necessarily. Longtime Denver reporter Mike Klis of KUSA puts Charles’ odds of making the 53-player roster to start the season at only 50-50. Klis notes that Charles has …

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Tom Brady doesn’t believe he’s the best QB of all time

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady won his fifth Super Bowl in February and it wasn’t hard to find people expressing their opinion that the victory elevated him to the top of the list of the best quarterbacks in NFL history. One of Brady’s idols as a child, Joe Montana, is among the …

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Bucs rookie looking for a home after living in car in college

Now that he knows where he and his wife could be for a few years, Buccaneers defensive lineman Stevie Tu’ikolovatu has to find a place to live. This time, they’re looking for one without wheels. The seventh-round defensive tackle from Southern Cal has already shown a willingness to make something …

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Vikings bid to host the NFL Draft

The NFL is moving the draft around the country and Minnesota wants in on the action. Vikings executive vice president Lester Bagley said Monday the team has applied to host the NFL Draft in 2022 or 2023. The application was submitted in October. The Vikings want to stage the three-day …

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Tony Romo is serious about qualifying for the U.S. Open.

Although his football career with the Cowboys is finished and his basketball career with the Mavericks never got out of warm-ups, Tony Romo isn’t through with professional sports. The 37-year-old former Dallas quarterback is attempting to qualify for the U.S. Open. At Burlington (Wisconsin) High School, Tony Romo was a …

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Plaxico Burress with important message to NFL rookies

Plaxico Burress has experienced the high of catching a Super Bowl-winning touchdown pass for the New York Giants, and the low of spending nearly two years incarcerated after shooting himself in a New York City nightclub. Burress has now used those experiences to pen an important letter to NFL rookies …

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