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What are the top 10 plays in Super Bowl history?
David Tyree's catch made the list, but it's not No. 1. What is?

Sacco Sez: Brotherly impact
The 24th of May was recognized as “National Brothers Day" here in the United States. It's one of those thoroughly manufactured holidays but a nice recognition of the bond that male siblings share. Caroline Deisley did a wonderful piece here on the Broncos' brotherly bonds, but I thought

Up to three Steelers starters currently without a contract for 2017
Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN staff writer Previously a college football reporter for CBSSports.com University of Florida graduate Follow on Twitter PITTSBURGH -- Three Pittsburgh Steelers starters don't have contracts for 2017 -- at least technically. Left tackle Alejandro Villanueva

Lions Sign Matt Asiata To 1-Year Deal
DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Lions have agreed to a one-year deal with running back Matt Asiata. Agent Kenny Zuckerman confirmed the deal Friday night. Asiata played the past five seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. The agreement doesn't come as a huge surprise. Asiata rushed for 402 yards last season

Colts Mailbag Weekend Edition: When Will Indianapolis Bid On Another Super Bowl?
INDIANAPOLIS – Each week, readers of Colts.com can submit their questions to have a chance of them being answered in our Wednesday or Saturday mailbag. Submit your question here. With the abundance of questions in recent weeks, we will have two mailbags each week. This one comes via a weekend edition

Scouting the 2017 schedule: Up-and-coming Dolphins visit after Falcons' bye week
Editor's note: The Falcons' 2017 schedule is comprised of AFC East and NFC North opponents as well as their traditional NFC South opponents. The series continues with Week 6 and the Miami Dolphins. Over the next two weeks we're going to take a closer look at the Falcons' 13 opponents

After decade-long search, Redskins hope safeties Su'a Cravens, D.J. Swearinger excel
John Keim ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Redskins for the Washington Examiner and other media outlets since 1994 Authored or co-authored three books on the Redskins and one on the Cleveland Browns Follow on Twitter ASHBURN, Va. -- The plan for nearly a decade changed on a yearly basis. Not a whole

Torrey Smith's expectations should reflect his Ravens days
Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer Close Follow on Twitter Today's Philadelphia Eagles question: Let's go with 47 catches, 820 yards, six touchdowns. I tend to think Torrey Smith will look more like the receiver he was in Baltimore, where he averaged 53 catches, 898 yards and close to eight touchdowns

Eisenberg: Excuse Me, But NFL's New Celebration Rules Seem Like Parody
I'm sorry, but when I read about the NFL's new, more relaxed approach to on-field celebrations, I halfway wondered if The Onion was behind it. I know, it's a serious subject … I mean, it is, right? … but when my wife, a teacher, said she noticed similarities between the NFL's new policy

Jalin Marshall Focused on the Now
Facing a four-game suspension to start the season, a contrite Jalin Marshall knows he is not in position to look ahead. "I can't really think about what's going to happen when the season starts," he said after the Jets' first OTA of the spring. "I do have four preseason games

Raiders' Mack praises Lynch for 'talking trash,' having fun at OTAs
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch is expected to bring a destructive, beastly force to the Raiders' backfield in 2017, but that doesn't mean he is all work and no play. Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper already hinted at Lynch's humor earlier this week, and now defensive end Khalil

On this date: George Halas retires an an NFL head coach.
ESPN Stats & Information Forty nine years ago today, George Halas retired as head coach of the Chicago Bears, concluding one of the most memorable coaching runs in sports history. Halas finished with a regular-season record of 318-148-31 in 40 seasons. The 318 wins are second in NFL history to Don Shula

Oakland Raiders sign 6 draft picks
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Raiders have signed six draft picks. Oakland finalized deals Friday with fourth-round tackle David Sharpe, fifth-round linebacker Marquel Lee and all four seventh-rounders. Those picks are safety Shalom Luani, tackle Jylan Ware, running back Elijah Hood and defensive

Was Taco Charlton the smartest move the Cowboys made this off-season?
In recent years, the Cowboys have been making wise decisions when it comes to the draft. So much so, they seem to have earned the benefit of the doubt as the common refrain of “In Will we trust” has surfaced when discussing the decisions led by personnel guru Will McClay. Sean Tomlinson of Bleacher Report

Cris Carter explains OBJ's poor performance in playoffs
As it turns out, Hall of Fame receiver Cris Carter is serving as something more than a mentor for Odell Beckham Jr. Carter also is acting as a mouthpiece, of sorts. In his comments to Gary Myers of the New York Daily News regarding Carter's new role, Carter provides an explanation for Beckham'

Chargers' new look offensive line may spearhead culture change
The Los Angeles Chargers were lucky that long-time franchise quarterback Philip Rivers didn't get hurt behind what wound up being one of the worst offensive lines in pass protection in the NFL in 2016. L.A. ranked No. 24 overall in pass protection with an adjusted sack percentage of  percent, per

Odell Beckham Jr. takes indirect shot at Ben McAdoo on Twitter
When asked about the absences of wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and defensive end Olivier Vernon from organized team activities (OTAs) earlier this week, New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo made it abundantly clear he wants all of his players present. “You want all of your players here, especially

Faneca: 'We were all playing for each other'
Legends Series: Alan Faneca Guard 1998-2007 Alan Faneca knows what family means. As a father of three, he and his wife Julie always put family first in everything they do in life. Maybe that is part of the reason Faneca loved playing for the Steelers so much, because of that family atmosphere that was

A Young Alpha Stepping Forward
PITTSBURGH -- There was that time early last season when a philosophical question was put forth to James Harrison. The answer was more memorable than the question, which had something to do with his defense and a pack of wild dogs. Harrison shook his head, muttered some profanities and said "There

The days are numbered for Jason Peters and the Eagles
In 2004 Jason Peters made the Buffalo Bills' practice squad as an undrafted tight end out of Arkansas. A part-time special teamer, he saw only six targets his first two professional seasons. Peters approached Bills' head coach Mike Mularkey about finding a way to get on the field more. Mularkey

Raiders' Amari Cooper on Marshawn Lynch: 'He's got jokes'
The Oakland Raiders have two of the quietest players in the NFL in running back Marshawn Lynch and wide receiver Amari Cooper, respectively. Lynch's public person is one that he carefully wields to maximize branding efforts, which only signifies that Beast Mode knows business. However, Lynch has

Raiders' Del Rio on OT rules: 'I like the idea of both teams having a chance'
The NFL has long since been on a mission to make the game safer, and one of the avenues they're implementing is trying to find ways to reduce snaps in the average game. With the recently approved overtime rules change that shortens the period from 15 minutes to 10, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio was

Multiple Ravens held out of OTA’s, recovering from offseason surgery
Surprising to me, how normal surgery is in a football players career. Multiple Baltimore Ravens are recovering from surgery and missing OTAs. John Harbaugh made comments during a post-OTA presser, saying, I am happy to report it is a success so far.

Are Jets' the worse than the Browns? One expert thinks so
Expectations are about as low for the 2017 Jets as they've ever been. They have neither a franchise quarterback, pass rusher, cover corner or proven dynamic player on offense. So, it's no surprise that the Jets have been universally picked as one of the worst team's in the NFL. But, are they

Despite disappointing rookie year, Cardinals high on Robert Nkemdiche
Robert Nkemdiche, the defensive tackle who was the Cardinals’ 2016 first-round draft pick, had a disappointing rookie season: He played in just five games and recorded just one tackle as coach Bruce Arians questioned his work ethic and maturity. But 2017 is looking different. Cardinals defensive line

WEEK IN REVIEW: Lions begin OTAs
The Lions started the OTA portion of their offseason workouts this week with three days of practice. "It's obviously a lot of fun during this time of year," head coach Jim Caldwell said. "We get a chance to get out on the field and see what the new guys can do and how much the older

3 most likely X-Factors for Bills in 2017
The Buffalo Bills offseason is underway and with a new front office and coaching staff looking to put an end to the team's extraordinary playoff drought, the team will need to find players outside of their top-heavy group of stars to step up and contribute as 'X-Factors.' Everyone is well

Bill Belichick Is a Genius: 10 Big-Name NFL Players He Took a Chance On
Bill Belichick isn't afraid to roll the dice on controversial players. Here's a look at 10 individuals he took a flyer on with the New England Patriots.

Raiders' Del Rio on Amari Cooper: 'He'll continue to ascend' in 2017
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper came into the NFL already determined to be great and has worked to take each week as a learning experience during his young career. Forecasting a bright future for a receiver such as Cooper seems like a no brainer considering that despite not yet turning 23-

Bills CB Ronald Darby earns spot on Pro Football Focus' 'best under-25 team'
Ronald Darby will be the Buffalo Bills' No. 1 cornerback in the 2017 season in light of Stephen Gilmore signing with the New England Patriots as a free agent. Despite being a part of a struggling Bills' defense last year, Darby has caught the eyes of many – particularly the analysts at Pro Football

Saints taking it slow with Hau’oli Kikaha’s third ACL tear
Saints linebacker Hau’oli Kikaha is a talented pass rusher who showed promise as a rookie when the Saints drafted him in the second round in 2015. But he has bad knees, and for now getting his knees healthy is his highest offseason priority. Kikaha tore his ACL during offseason workouts a year ago, and

Why Seahawks legend Cortez Kennedy wore No. 99 in 1992
On the day that he died, Cortez Kennedy's banner was the only thing illuminated at CenturyLink Field, a spectacular pin drop of light. The arches, the seats, the field – all dark. At the top of the banner: KENNEDY. Below that: 96. For 10 of his 11 seasons, that was the number Kennedy wore, the number

After slow start, Miami Dolphins' Byron Maxwell clearly turns the corner
(Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past season for each, we'll provide analysis and criticism, plus take a look at how each player fits — or doesn't fit — into the team's plans

Tennessee Titans: Marcus Mariota's deep ball could use some work
Enough can't be said about how proficient Tennessee Titans' starting quarterback Marcus Mariota has been operating in the red zone to start his young career. In 96 red zone pass attempts through two seasons, Mariota has thrown 33 touchdown passes without an interception. Among all quarterbacks

Friday's Sports in Brief
Seven people who threatened basketball referee John Higgins after an NCAA Tournament game in March have been identified. Information on them will be referred to authorities in their jurisdictions and to the FBI's Omaha field office, a Nebraska prosecutor said. Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov

Cris Carter spills to News on those Odell Beckham Jr. workouts
All the respect to @criscarter80. He could charge a lot of money for this stuff. Instead, if you want to be great & reach out, he's there. pic.twitter.com/ZoHwkQL7RN Cris Carter, the Pro Football Hall of Fame receiver, trash talked Odell Beckham Jr., the missing Giants superstar, for much of the

One tough cat: Northwestern's Jackson carries heavy load
Carrying the load for Northwestern is a seven-day-a-week job for Justin Jackson. Jackson's routine is not unique, but no running back in college football has needed it more. Jackson is an old-school, four-year workhorse in an era of tailback-by-committee offenses and early NFL draft entrants.

3 Steelers' stories to read this week
The Pittsburgh Steelers have wrapped up their first week of OTAs and there has been plenty of interesting things to come out of it. We've heard good things about the return of Martavis Bryant and some of the rookies are already looking like the real deal. We thought we'd share three articles

LOOK: Aaron Rodgers gives the Packers' offensive linemen $20,000 ATVs
In the past two offseasons, Aaron Rodgers has been forced to say goodbye to Pro Bowl guards Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang, and center JC Tretter. But that doesn't mean Rodgers still doesn't appreciate the players who are tasked with keeping him upright. At Packers OTAs on Wednesday, Rodgers gave

49ers need serious improvement from their guards
The San Francisco 49ers added four veteran offensive lineman this offseason, signing Garry Gilliam, Brandon Fusco, and Tim Barnes, and trading for Jeremy Zuttah. They signed a host of UDFAs as well, but the primary competition will feature veterans vs. returning players. Zuttah is competing with Daniel

Century Links 5/27: Seahawks' Locker Room is Fine, Unless it Isn't
Others told Seth Wickersham he “nailed it” on Seahawks | ProFootballTalk Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman took issue with Seth Wickersham's ESPN The Magazine article regarding the dysfunction in Seattle. Others didn't. Former Seattle Seahawks running

VIDEO: Malik McDowell's fit in Seahawks' 4-3 Under defense
Edit: If the video above does not play, please click “Watch on YouTube” or follow this link. Malik McDowell is a freak athlete and has incredible burst off the line of scrimmage. The Michigan State defender has loose hips and has shown on tape that he has the potential to be a playmaker in the NFL. The

49ers roster breakdowns, 90-in-90: DL Ronald Blair
Each year, we run a series of post called "90-in-90" here at Niners Nation. The idea is that we'll take a look at every single player on the roster, from the very bottom to the top and break them down a few different ways. This is to help give everyone a basic understanding of a roster.

Pittsburgh Steelers top two rookies reflect on the first week of OTAs
When you follow the NFL, regardless of team, you hear a lot about rookies who came into the league thinking they were ready, both physically and mentally, for the pro game, but after their first season realize they were anything but prepared. Maybe it was their conditioning, or maybe it was the emotional

FILM ROOM: Jaguars fullback Marquez Williams
It's May: The offseason is in full swing and there isn't much to cover regarding the Jacksonville Jaguars and the NFL as a whole. So, naturally, I'm spending my time studying film on the Jaguars newest offensive weapon: 7th round pick Marquez Williams, the fullback out of the University of

Are Jets' locker room issues a thing of the past?
HUGHES -- The Jets will try to find a role for Calvin Pryor on defense. The Jets didn't take two safeties in the first two rounds of the draft to complement Pryor. In 44 career games, he has two career interceptions. Corey White, the random guy the Jets signed yesterday, had the same amount... in

Ranking the Eagles' units from worst to best
Philadelphia Eagles on NJ.com Jalen Mills

Updated Giants depth chart after 1st week of OTAs
New York Giants NFL: New York Giants-OTA

Geno Smith explains why he turned down starting chances for Giants
EAST RUTHERFORD -- Geno Smith has waited two years to become a starting quarterback again. He's apparently willing to wait a bit longer. The new Giants backup and ex-Jets enigma said Thursday he turned down opportunities to compete for starting jobs with other teams in order to sign on for a year

Wade Phillips' reasoning for starting Rob Johnson over Doug Flutie is stupid
In 1998, the Buffalo Bills went 10-6 and made the playoffs in Wade Phillips' first year as head coach after taking over for the retired Marv Levy. In his new book, Son of Bum, he explains how one of the largest quarterback controversies in NFL history began and how a year later, the quarterback controversy

Saturday BTSC Six-Pack of Steelers questions
It's time for another edition of the Pittsburgh Steelers BTSC Saturday Six-Pack of questions. Quick rundown of the ground rules. I will ask at least three questions strictly related to the Steelers The rest of the questions could be about anything Be respectful Have fun talking about the Black-and

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