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Redskins retiring number of their 1st black player
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The Redskins announced they will retire Bobby Mitchell’s No. 49. A Hall of Famer, Mitchell became the first black player for Washington, which was the last NFL team to integrate in 1962.

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Is Dallas done? Who needs to trade? Barnwell answers nine defining NFL questions
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What happened to the Cowboys offense? Is Deshaun Watson an MVP candidate? Bill Barnwell gives answers to pressing topics.

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NFL playoff picture: Patriots, Ravens running away with AFC
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New England and Baltimore won yet again. What does it mean for the playoff race? Here’s how the bracket looks.

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NFL free-agency tracker: Latest signings, trades, cuts and news
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We’re keeping track of every notable signing, trade and cut throughout the month, with analysis from our experts.

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What we learned (and didn't) in Week 9: NFL Coach of the Year race at midseason
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What we learned (and didn’t) in Week 9: NFL Coach of the Year race at midseason

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Source: Browns make Berry NFL's youngest GM
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Andrew Berry is returning to the Browns to fill their general manager vacancy and also will be the team’s vice president of football operations, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

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Source: Goodell signs deal worth up to $200M
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Roger Goodell has signed a contract extension to remain the commissioner of the NFL, according to a letter obtained by ESPN. The five-year extension could be worth $200 million if all bonuses are approved and met, a source told ESPN.

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Sources: Raiders fined, lose pick over virus rules
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The NFL has fined the Las Vegas Raiders $500,000 and coach Jon Gruden $150,000, and also took a 2021 sixth-round pick from the team for repeated COVID-19 protocol violations late in October, sources confirmed to ESPN.

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50 NFL players who could get contract extensions before training camp
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Several receivers are in line for lucrative contract extensions, but they aren’t alone. Here’s who could get paid before training camp begins.

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