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8:19 PM - Tuesday, May 26, 2015
9 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Tyler Conway
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and tight end Jimmy Graham are not in attendance for the first day of organized team activities due to the death of Graham's personal manager, Tammy Meyerson. Meyerson, one of Graham's closest conf . . .
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Cian Fahey
The Carolina Panthers are approaching a critical moment in their history. Current starting quarterback Cam Newton is entering his fifth season in the NFL. His rookie contract lasts just one more season, and he has yet to agree to an extensio . . .
4 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Evan Reier
It's only been one day, but there has been no shortage of news coming out of the Jacksonville Jaguars' organized team activities. OTAs typically produce news, but among absences, player statements and signs of improvement, there is a lot to tal . . .
4 hour ago - NYT / Ken Belson
Chicago took a tough stand on Ray McDonald, cutting him on Monday, but the decision has led to more questions, including why the Bears signed McDonald in the first place.
13 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Dan Carson
After being summarily dismantled by the Golden State Warriors in Game 3 and going down 3-0 in the Western Conference Finals, the Houston Rockets could've mailed in Game 4 and headed to Midtown. But pride kicked in Monday night, and on the back . . .
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Matt Fitzgerald
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard was assessed a flagrant-1 foul for elbowing Golden State Warriors counterpart Andrew Bogut in the head during Houston's 128-115 victory on Monday. The NBA's president of basketball operations, Rod Thorn, co . . .
24 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Grant Hughes
Three straight defeats at the hands of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have delivered unwelcome clarity to the reeling Atlanta Hawks. The stakes of Game 4 on Tuesday could not be simpler: Either the Hawks win to extend the greatest se . . .
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