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The NFL commissioner has signed a new deal that could pay him $40 million per year through the 2023 season. What should Goodell's No. 1 priority be now? Our experts weigh in.
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Tre'Davious White thankfully avoided any serious injuries from the hit that earned Rob Gronkowski a one-game suspension. But that didn't make him feel any better it.
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It's getting late, but the New England Patriots still can bring someone back off injured reserve before season's end. And although there have been few updates on his progress, second-year receiver Malcolm Mitchell seems to be the most likely candidate.
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The Browns have hired former Chiefs general manager John Dorsey to take over the same position in their front office. Dorsey, who also spent 21 years in the Packers' scouting department, replaces the fired Sashi Brown as the man in charge in Cleveland.
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Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier has undergone surgery as he continues treatment for a serious spinal cord injury suffered on Monday night. The Steelers announced today that Shazier had the surgery last night.
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 Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon has denied sexual harassment claims levied against him by a former executive assistant and intends to fight the allegation in court.
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 The Cleveland Browns have fired executive vice president Sashi Brown after the team's 0-12 start, as first reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter and Dianna Russini.
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  Baker Mayfield is The Associated Press college football Player of the Year, becoming the fourth Oklahoma quarterback to win the award since it was established in 1998.