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The difficult decisions all 32 teams have ahead in the 2018 NFL offseason

In the next two weeks a slew of veteran players will be hitting the NFL's free agent or trade market. A purge of contracts and cap space will begin, albeit likely to a lesser degree that in years past now that the cap itself continues to soar. With the combine in Indianapolis now less than two weeks

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Raiders Derek Carr says Amari Cooper played on one foot

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper's 2017 season to forget was a result of injuries, according to his quarterback. Raiders quarterback Derek Carr told Sirius XM Mad Dog Radio on Friday that Cooper's dramatic decline in production was due to playing on "one foot." Cooper did

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NBA DFS Rising Stars Challenge Best DraftKings FanDuel daily fantasy basketball picks

Before you enter a Single Game on FanDuel or a Showdown on DraftKings for the NBA Rising Stars Challenge on Friday, February 16, you need to hear what professional DFS player Mike McClure has to say. McClure has more than $1 million in career DFS winnings and is off to a red-hot start this season, already

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Amazon YouTube Twitter reportedly eye NFL streaming rights

Amazon.com, YouTube and Twitter are all weighing bids for streaming rights to “Thursday Night Football,” according to people with knowledge of the matter, providing the latest evidence of technology companies' growing interest in live sports. The three are bidding as much as hundreds of millions

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NFL teams to receive in-game tracking data on all league players

For the last two seasons, each NFL club has had access to in-game tracking data for players on its own team. Now, the NFL's Competition Committee has apparently signed off on an agreement to release the data for all players league-wide to each of the 32 teams. Since 2014, the NFL has collected the

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