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2:16 PM - Saturday, January 31, 2015
1/29/2015 - ESPN / Terry Blount
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and defensive end Michael Bennett both gave impassioned speeches Thursday about how student athletes are unfairly maligned and how universities don't do enough for them.
19 hour ago - FOXSports.com News
BOSTON (AP) Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez won't be allowed to watch the team take on the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl while on trial for murder.
8 hour ago - Predominantly Orange | A Denver Broncos Blog / Sayre Bedinger
Peyton Manning often does a great job of saying what most smart people are thinking when it comes to answering doubts about his game, or doubts about his future in the NFL. Manning was accepting the Bart Starr award on Friday as one of the leag . . .
1/30/2015 - ESPN NFL Nation Blog / Pat Mcmanamon
Three thoughts on Josh Gordon's letter posted on the website The Cauldron: 1. Gordon’s note seemed heartfelt and sincere. He might not have written every word, but the sentiment in it was his, and spoke for him. He painted himself as the mos . . .
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Rob Goldberg
The most coveted—and usually most heavily debated—award will be up for grabs Saturday as the NFL will announce its Most Valuable Player in the league. While Peyton Manning ran away with the MVP award a year ago thanks to his record-breaking se . . .
12 hour ago - Inside the Iggles | A Philadelphia Eagles Blog / Todd Duvall
Super Bowl XLIX Analysis and Predictions This week, we turn our attention to Super Bowl XLIX and the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks and AFC Champion New England Patriots. When the kickoff comes, all the controversy surrounding deflategate, the s . . .
11 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Scott Polacek
The Lombardi Trophy as a Super Bowl champion may be the ultimate prize in football, but it is hard to top Hall of Fame enshrinement on the individual level. A number of former greats will join that exclusive club Saturday when the Pro Football . . .
13 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Scott Polacek
The Super Bowl is the final time bettors will have the chance to gamble on a football game this season, so Las Vegas is pulling out all the stops. Naturally, the typical point spread and over/under line is in place, but there are hundreds of p . . .
1/29/2015 - Bleacher Report
Buffalo Bills receiver Sammy Watkins enjoyed a successful first NFL season, but he now heads into 2015 with higher expectations. How does Watkins prepare to face cornerback Darrelle Revis of AFC East rivals the New England Patriots? What are hi . . .
13 hour ago - Arrowhead Addict | A Kansas City Chiefs blog / Laddie Morse
In the history of the NFL, there are teams who have had what you could call, “Super Bowl Drafts.” Think back to the draft of the 1974 Pittsburgh Steelers. That year they selected 4 Hall of Fame players in their first 5 picks. That draft was so . . .
6 hour ago - ESPN NFL Nation Blog / Josh Weinfuss
PHOENIX – At first, Seattle guard James Carpenter took it as an insult. Why, he thought, would teammate Marshawn Lynch rather shake his hand after a touchdown instead of celebrating the way they always have? Why was he rebuffing the hugs a . . .
1/30/2015 - ESPN NFL Nation Blog / Phil Sheridan
PHILADELPHIA -- There are two ways to look at this one. When Tony Dungy compares Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota to Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers, you might think, “Great! Rodgers was taken 24th in the 2005 NFL draft! The Eagles can get Mariota a . . .
1/30/2015 - Bleacher Report
Questions surrounding Nick Foles' future in Philadelphia are swirling as we head into the 2015 offseason.  What are the odds Foles remains with the Eagles? Which teams could target Foles in a trade? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Eliot Shorr-Park . . .
1/30/2015 - Bleacher Report / Kyle Newport
Some professional athletes splurge on lavish houses when they sign monster contracts. As for Houston Texans star J.J. Watt, he buys a log cabin. For training purposes. According to the Houston Chronicle's Brian T. Smith, Watt recently bought a . . .
1/29/2015 - ESPN / Jeff Legwold
In the last league-mandated media session of the week for players in Super Bowl XLIX, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch went on the offensive a bit, but he still did not answer questions and left his designated table after five minutes.
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