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Longtime NFL official, executive Al Riveron retiring
Al Riveron, who was the NFL's first Hispanic referee and had a turbulent tenure as the NFL's officiating chief from 2017 to 2019, is retiring.
Max's sleeper Super Bowl contender raises some eyebrows
Max Kellerman outlines why the Patriots are a dark horse Super Bowl contender this season.
Squirrels, cats, dogs ... bats? When animals ran loose in stadiums
A cat ran free at Yankee Stadium, but it's far from the first time an animal stole the show at a sporting event.
Brawl aftermath: New York Giants players defend Joe Judge's take-a-lap ways
The coach's old-school approach resonates with team leaders such as Sterling Shepard, who says, "If you don't like it, then you're welcome to leave."
Big Ben doesn't see himself playing for anyone but the Steelers
Ben Roethlisberger sits down with Sal Paolantonio to discuss his future and Pittsburgh's new offense.
Chicago Bears TE Jimmy Graham airs frustration with NFLPA on COVID-19 testing, 17th game
After taking to social media to question the NFLPA's proposal to increase COVID-19 testing for vaccinated players and staff, Bears tight end Jimmy Graham also spoke out about his frustration over a 17th regular-season game being added to the schedule.
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