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Panthers GM has decisions to make on Thomas Davis, other UFAs
Bills trade AJ McCarron to help settle QB competition
How safe of a fantasy pick is the Bills' LeSean McCoy?
2018 Buffalo Bills starters, 53-man roster, schedule prediction
Buffalo Bills depth chart: Josh Allen begins as No. 3 QB
Up-and-coming but aging Bills must get younger in 2018
Tyrod Taylor, Cordy Glenn among Bills' trade candidates this offseason
Soft schedule could let LeSean McCoy hit stride in fantasy playoffs
LeSean McCoy searches for consistency in roller-coaster season
Mark Ingram could become free agent if he keeps up torrid pace
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Ravens' Lamar Jackson to hold social event in Florida amid coronavirus concern
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson will hold his annual "Funday with LJ" event on Saturday and Sunday in his hometown of Pompano Beach, where social gatherings in groups of more than 10 people are currently not allowed during the pandemic.
Eagles' DeSean Jackson says he doesn't hate Jewish community after posting anti-Semitic messages
Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson featured an anti-Semitic quote on his social media feed that he attributed to Adolf Hitler and later said, "I have no hatred in my heart toward no one."
Should Travis Kelce or George Kittle be the NFL's top TE?
Jeremy Fowler examines the tight race between Travis Kelce and George Kittle for the top spot in tight end rankings among league insiders.
Ranking the NFL's best tight ends in 2020: Execs, players, coaches pick the top 10
No position sparked more debate about two players at the top than tight end. Here's how execs, coaches, players and other insiders rank the league's best.
Is Patrick Mahomes' $500 million contract actually team-friendly? Answering eight questions on the Chiefs QB's deal
The chances are low that the Chiefs quarterback plays out this contract through 2031. Here's why, plus what it means for other QBs.
Broncos turning to 2011 lockout offseason for direction
With training camp scheduled for just weeks from now, the Broncos are looking back at 2011 for cues on how to proceed.