Monthly Archives: August 2016

S.F. police union prez: ‘Kaepernick has embarrassed himself’

Talk of Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit down during the national anthem reached far beyond football Monday. And many weren’t thrilled with the San Francisco 49ers quarterback’s strong words about why he is doing it: to instigate change and challenge … Continue reading

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Adrian Peterson says he’s more patient, more comfortable with shotgun runs

MINNEAPOLIS — The drill, as Adrian Peterson’s trainer James Cooper described it, amounted to third-grade tumbling. It was meant to be simple. Yet for his star pupil, Cooper knew it would not be. The very things that make Peterson a … Continue reading

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Ezekiel Elliott wait almost over for Cowboys

FRISCO, Texas — One of the more amazing things about the Dallas Cowboys’ 41-14 win last week against the Miami Dolphins was that they gained 300 yards in the first half alone. Last year, the Cowboys had four games in … Continue reading

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French fries at NFL stadiums are getting fancy

So what are the best options, which will cost you between $12 and $16 depending on the topping? Here’s our top five: 1. Chicken & Waffle Fry Stak (Philadelphia Eagles) Pretty self-explanatory, and, at least judging by the picture, it … Continue reading

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Jordan Matthews (knee) out couple of weeks for Eagles

Matthews will lose valuable game snaps, while leaving the Eagles especially thin at the position. Expected to play primarily in the slot, Matthews leads a group that includes Josh Huff, second-year man Nelson Agholor and former Rams castoff Chris Givens. … Continue reading

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Cardinals take care of old vets, give Palmer and Fitzgerald extensions

Both players are nearing the end of their careers, but they were very productive in 2015. Palmer had 4,671 yards and 35 touchdowns, although most people will probably remember him struggling in the playoffs. Fitzgerald had 109 catches, 1,215 yards … Continue reading

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Here’s how the Jets and Giants nearly pulled off a draft-changing trade

There’s another interesting angle to it too, in that it might reveal how the Jets really feel about Hackenberg. For the Jets, I don’t mind the trade up for someone like Tunsil but it’s the clearest sign yet that the … Continue reading

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