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In Tony Romo, Cowboys face now-or-later cap decision

Releasing Tony Romo is easier and potentially cleaner for the Cowboys. The timing of the release has salary-cap ramifications as well.

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One free agent every NFL team should sign

The Broncos could use a more experienced QB such as Matt Barkley, and adding Jason Pierre-Paul might vault the Bengals back to the playoffs. Who would provide a boost to the other 30 teams?

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20 plays every NFL coach should steal

This is the time of year when NFL coaches go searching for creative schemes to add to their playbooks. Here are 20 keepers from the 2016 season.

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Richard Sherman @RSherman_25

Boys II Men... Jagged Edge...Brian McKnight...New Edition...Dru Hill...En Vogue...Maxwell... Keith Sweat....112...Tony!Toni!Toné!..

Richard Sherman @RSherman_25

Man I am sitting here watching 90s R&B videos. That was the Golden era of music. Hope it get back to that someday

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Miami Dolphins DT Earl Mitchell's visit with the Atlanta Falcons is scheduled for the end of this coming week, according to source. NFL Network first reported Falcons one of four teams Mitchell scheduled to visit. Mitchell, 29, was released by Dolphins this past week. He was limited to nine games in 2016 with a season-ending calf injury. Mitchell has 207 tackles and 5.5 sacks through seven NFL seasons. Mitchell was a terror in a preseason game vs. Falcons a few years ago.

The Undefeated @TheUndefeated

Gotta go to overtime here. If Kyrie scores a touchdown on the first drive he wins the Super Bowl. Field golas won't cut it here.