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B's undeterred as series heads to Carolina for G7
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The Bruins won Game 6 against the Hurricanes on Thursday night to force a Game 7 — one that will be contested in a place where they have played their worst.

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Antonio Brown could quit over his helmet? Let us explain
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The Raiders wide receiver is threatening to leave football because his helmet of choice is prohibited for use in the NFL. What happens next?

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The 2019 NFL Honors Poll: Picks for MVP, Rookie of the Year, more
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Before the season kicks off, our experts select the top candidates for all of the big NFL awards.

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Projected No. 1 pick Hutchinson declares for draft
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Michigan DE Aidan Hutchinson, who was the runner-up for the Heisman Trophy after compiling 14 sacks and 16.5 tackles for loss this season, is entering the 2022 NFL draft.

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Source: Cowboys reach deals with Zuerlein, Poe
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Greg Zuerlein, who has converted 201 of 245 field goal attempts in the regular season (82%) and is 264-of-270 on extra-point attempts since he entered the NFL in 2012, has agreed to a three-year deal with the Cowboys, sources told ESPN.

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How Von Miller's pass rushing summit saved Shaquil Barrett's career
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How did Shaquil Barrett go from a fringe backup with two pass rush moves to the NFL sack leader and a franchise player for the Buccaneers? A weekend in Missouri and a little help from a former teammate.

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Father of ex-NFL QB Hebert dies from COVID-19
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Bobby Hebert Sr. — the father of former New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons quarterback Bobby Hebert — died Saturday at the age of 81 after testing positive for the coronavirus.

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Chiefs clinch No. 1 seed as Kelce sets records
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The Chiefs held off the Falcons 17-14 to clinch the No. 1 seed in the AFC as tight end Travis Kelce set two NFL records in the victory.

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Georgia and the evolution of the tight end in college football
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Glorified linemen no more, pass-catching tight ends like those at Georgia and South Carolina are the future of college football.

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