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  • The Rise of the NFL’s Mediocre Quarterback

    As teams pass more, they’re also throwing shorter--allowing quarterbacks who struggled in the past to thrive.

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  • The NFL’s Best Players Are Getting Richer Than Ever

    The build-up to this NFL season has consisted of routine concerns and drama. But the biggest theme heading into the season, which opens Thursday night, has been the gamut of historic deals.

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  • The Saints Are the Fantasy Football Favorites

    With an average total of nine players drafted by owners in high-stakes fantasy leagues, New Orleans is the team with the most players selected.

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  • Poll Shows NFL Fan Interest Remains Lower, Stark Divisions Over Anthem Protests

    The NFL season kicks off next week. A new WSJ/NBC News poll shows fan interest is still down from four years ago and divisions on player protests during the national anthem.

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  • Colin Kaepernick Wins a Ruling in Collusion Grievance Against NFL for Case to Proceed

    The arbitrator overseeing a closely watched grievance filed by Colin Kaepernick denied the NFL’s request ruling for a summary judgment to dismiss the case.

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  • The NFL Team That Went All In

    The Los Angeles Rams made a flurry of high-profile offseason moves—and defied the models of patience that have gripped the sports world.

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  • Why You Should Ignore Your Friends’ Fantasy Football Advice

    Everybody has opinions on Kirk Cousins and Rob Gronkowski. But a new study suggests that the wisdom of the crowd won’t help you take your league’s title.

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  • If You’re Too Old for the NFL, You’re Perfect for the Oakland Raiders

    The Oakland Raiders have assembled a group of aging players. Which gives Jon Gruden the league’s smartest de facto coaching staff.

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  • Eagles vs. Patriots: A Super Bowl (Preseason) Rematch

    Nick Foles and Tom Brady return to the field—with less stakes on the line—but questions to answer.

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  • Don’t Overlook the Little Guy in Running Back Tandems

    For running backs in the NFL, size not only doesn’t seem to matter but smaller is better.

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  • The NFL’s New Safety Rule Has Resulted in an Existential Crisis

    A new helmet rule imposed by the NFL this off-season has been the focus of exasperation from players and coaches alike since training camp began.

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  • NFL, Players Union Look to Tackle Anthem Policy...Again

    With the first exhibition game taking place Thursday, the NFL and the NFL Players Association are attempting to come up with clear anthem rules and avoid repeating the mistakes of the spring’s ill-fated attempt.

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  • The Bell Tolls in Pittsburgh

    The Steelers know what they have in Le’Veon Bell and ride him harder than just about any runner in modern NFL history. It’s also why both sides are now in a contract dispute.

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  • NFL Fines Panthers Owner Jerry Richardson $2.75 Million for Workplace Misconduct

    The NFL’s investigation into Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson substantiated the claims against him that led to his sale of the team, the league said Thursday.

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  • Trump Says Philadelphia Eagles Won’t Visit White House

    President Donald Trump effectively disinvited the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles from the team’s scheduled visit on Tuesday to the White House, upending a tradition and furthering his feud with the country’s most popular sports league.

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  • NFL Adopts New Anthem Policy to Quell Player Protests

    The NFL made sweeping changes to its national anthem policy in a bid to quell a controversy that has rattled the league for two years and drawn the ire of President Trump.

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  • Why the NFL Stopped Seeing Gambling as a Threat—and Started to See a Windfall

    Even ahead of the Supreme Court’s ruling, the NFL had shifted its focus to how sports betting could help grow football in the NFL’s most coveted demographics.

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  • David Tepper to Buy Carolina Panthers for $2.2 Billion

    David Tepper, the billionaire hedge fund founder, has agreed to buy the Carolina Panthers for an NFL-record of approximately $2.2 billion.

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  • NFL Will Review Decades-Old Sexual Assault Allegation Against Lions Coach Matt Patricia

    The NFL will review a decades-old sexual assault allegation against new Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia that resurfaced late Wednesday.

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  • NFL Players Association Fights Back Against NFL Over Anthem Protests

    The NFLPA filed a grievance on behalf of free agent safety Eric Reid, saying at least one owner asked Reid about his intentions to protest during the anthem.

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  • Free Agent Safety Eric Reid Files Collusion Grievance Against the NFL

    Free agent safety Eric Reid filed a grievance against the NFL and all 32 teams alleging they have colluded to keep him unsigned.

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  • A WSJ Investigation: Chips on Shoulders Dominate NFL Draft

    Number-one pick Baker Mayfield says he has a chip on his shoulder. Yeah, him and everyone else at the NFL Draft this week

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  • In Historic Draft for Quarterbacks, the Position Remains a Mystery

    Five quarterbacks were taken in the first round but the debates over them revealed something ironic: amazingly little is known about the most important position in football.

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  • Browns Take Baker Mayfield No. 1 in NFL Draft Dominated by Quarterbacks

    The Cleveland Browns took quarterback Baker Mayfield with the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft.

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  • The Big Questions That Will Shape the NFL Draft

    A long list of teams, beginning with the Browns, want a quarterback. Nobody knows how the dust will settle.

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