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10:56 PM ET Former Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey is signing a two-year, $10.5 million deal with the Atlanta Falcons, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Bailey’s contract will pay him $6 million this season, including $3.5 million guaranteed, the source said. Bailey, 30, was one of the longest-tenured Chiefs, having arrived as
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6:14 PM ET ESPN News Services BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills have placed running back Frank Gore on the non-football injury list due to what is considered a minor injury, the Associated Press reported. The nature of Gore’s injury or how he was hurt remains unclear. Gore was placed on the list Monday, three
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10:14 AM ET Adam Schefter Close ESPN Senior Writer ESPN NFL Insider Joined ESPN in 2009 Former president of the Pro Football Writers of America and the author of four books Field Yates Close ESPN Insider Field Yates has previous experience interning with the New England Patriots on both their coaching and scouting staffs. A
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6:44 PM ET TAMPA, Fla. — Daisy Mae, the beloved horse of Tampa Bay Buccaneers fifth overall draft pick and former LSU linebacker Devin White, passed away Saturday night. White posted the news on Facebook on Sunday, just hours after he reported for training camp and signed his rookie contract. Daisy Mae was set to
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5:36 PM ET Chicago Bears safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will likely start training camp on the active/physically unable to perform list, general manager Ryan Pace said on Sunday. Pace said Clinton-Dix sprained his knee during the team’s offseason training program. Players who open camp on the active/PUP list aren’t yet cleared for on-field drills, but
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3:22 PM ET ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos rolled out the welcome mat Saturday for the winningest coach in franchise history, as Mike Shanahan attended his first Broncos practice since he was fired as head coach in 2008. Shanahan, who was 146-91 (including playoffs) in 14 seasons as Broncos coach and a two-time Super
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5:57 PM ET PHILADELPHIA – Darren Sproles just can’t quit football, and the Philadelphia Eagles just can’t quit Sproles. The Eagles agreed to terms with the 36-year-old running back on a one-year contract Friday. He’ll join a loaded backfield that includes Jordan Howard, rookie Miles Sanders and Corey Clement. Sproles was supposed to retire after
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