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Josina Anderson ESPN 

Media being told to evacuate Gillette Stadium with the alarms sounding off in the area. #Patriots #Steelers.

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Shawn Fitzgerald ESPN Producer 

Media being evacuated from Gillette stadium. Emergency sirens going off.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Final game in the Georgia Dome today: I covered the first game (regular season). It was Sept. 6, 1992. The Falcons defeated the Jets in the season opener, 20-17. QB Browning Nagle made his starting debut, throwing for 366 yards, two TDs and a 108.6 passer rating in defeat. The Jets thought they had found their franchise quarterback. They were wrong.

trey wingo @wingoz

NFC Title game: In 3 career games vs Green Bay, Julio Jones has twice been held under 30 yards and once had 259. Boom or bust baby

trey wingo @wingoz

Why did The @Colts fire Ryan Grigson? The Colts drafted 7 defensive players between 2012 & 2014. None are still on the team.

trey wingo @wingoz

As Bell and Brown go so go @steelers : Bell & Brown have accounted for 76 percent of Pittsburgh's yards from scrimmage this postseason.

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Mike McCarthy told me: "It will always start with the QB. That's what I believe in philosophically and I'm blessed to have Aaron Rodgers."

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Mike McCarthy presented to team: NFC Championship Game marks 6th consecutive game #Packers playing opponent for 2nd time. They're 5-0

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Amazing championship weekend stat: Tom Brady has gone back to pass 487 times this season. Zero lost fumbles. Not sure how that is even possible.

Adam Caplan @caplannfl

UCLA named Hank Fraley (Vikings asst OL coach) as OL coach and DeShaun Foster as RBs coach.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Don't be surprised if the Steelers run Le'Veon Bell more from the red zone in New England. In Kansas City, Bell had two carries for 7 yards from inside the 20-yard line despite several trips within scoring range.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Former NFL coach Mike Martz came away impressed with East Carolina QB Philip Nelson this week at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. "I think Philip is a starter in the league," Martz said.

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