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AB says he's done with NFL; calls out Kraft, Ben

Antonio Brown says he won't play in the NFL anymore and also took a shot at New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in a series of tweets sent Sunday morning.

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Schefter: AB's guaranteed money in jeopardy

Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen detail the circumstances surrounding Antonio Brown's guaranteed money, especially since calling out Robert Kraft on Twitter.


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How NFL players are taking control, and what the league could do next

There's a growing trend of NFL player empowerment. And if you think the league isn't alarmed about it, you're wrong.

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Trader Bill: Belichick's most notable swaps with every NFL team

Now that New England's boss has cut a deal with every other NFL team following last week's trade with the Jets, we revisit his biggest moves.

Young urges NFL owners to allow player mobility


Cruz disappointed to see Jones replace Eli



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College Football Playoff takeaways: Irish in trouble, SEC rolling and more

With Georgia's win over Notre Dame -- and Alabama, Auburn and LSU all cruising -- the SEC is in position to have another two teams in the College Football Playoff.

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Tua throws 5 TDs for 2nd straight game


Ehlinger's four TDs lead Texas to tough win over Oklahoma State

Sam Ehlinger throws for 281 yards and four touchdowns, and Roschon Johnson adds a fourth-quarter touchdown run as Texas finishes with a 36-30 win over Oklahoma State.


Taulapapa muscles into the end zone to give UVa its first lead


Thomas takes punt 76 yards for NC State TD


Ngata catches 37-yard Clemson TD


Pitt completes upset of UCF with 'Pitt Special'


Fields roasts Miami (OH) with 6 TDs in 2nd quarter


Trask powers Gators past Vols in first career start

Kyle Trask throws for 293 yards and two touchdowns as the Gators power past conference foe Tennessee 34-3.


Bisping: Rodriguez vs. Stephens was over before it started


Five Rounds: Rodriguez-Stephens ruled a no contest. Why?

The UFC Mexico City main event finish between Yair Rodriguez and Jeremy Stephens turned an entertaining evening into a tumultuous one. What happened?

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Rodriguez unsure of how to feel after no contest


Aldana finishes strong against Melo


Quinonez drops Huachin with right hand


Eubanks and Correia lay it out on the line


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