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Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren’s opening remarks at media days

There are a lot of things that are mile markers to the start of the college football season. None of those is more noticeable and noteworthy than the various conferences’ media days. We’ve already seen some of the conferences hold their annual event, and the Big Ten got things started on Tuesday. One of the most anticipated openings of any …

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Peyton Manning brings out NFL’s goofy side

The helicopter hovered high above an X in the parking lot of Arrowhead Stadium before releasing its payload of 10,000 Superballs. The hard-rubber orbs hit the ground and rose in unison, like a swarm of locusts, before ping-ponging off in every direction on their second bounce. With 10 NFL Films cameras capturing the stunt from every conceivable angle, Peyton Manning …

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Bobby Wagner and Ernest Jones are ‘about to have a special year’

Jalen Ramsey and Aaron Donald welcomed another All-Pro to the Rams defense this offseason after the team signed Bobby Wagner, who was released by the Seahawks. He joins Ernest Jones at inside linebacker, giving Los Angeles a tandem that features one established veteran and an up-and-coming stud who played well as a rookie. Ramsey has seen Wagner and Jones work …

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College football’s highest paid head coaches for 2022 season

I once read that there’s no occupation in America that has less job security than that of a college football head coach. Look at Tennessee. The Volunteers are on their seventh head coach since 2009. But the risk of being fired after just a year or two does not outweigh the reward — millions of dollars to coach college football. …

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Jerry Jones explains whether Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy is on the hot seat

OXNARD, Calif. — Jerry Jones didn’t wait for the question. The Cowboys owner and general manager knew speculation had circulated about his head coach’s job security. Is Mike McCarthy on the hot seat after two seasons without a playoff win? Jones’ own tepid endorsements last winter fueled speculation. Tuesday in the team’s opening press conference to training camp, he explained. …

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Big Ten coaches relying heavily on revamped defenses

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh watched his star-studded defense lead the way in winning last year’s Big Ten title. He needs some new faces to emerge to make it two in a row – and he thinks he has the bodies. Just four months after losing Heisman Trophy runner-up Aidan Hutchinson, defensive back Daxton Hill and linebacker David Ojabo …

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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says Mike McCarthy ‘is the guy’

By David HelmanFOX Sports Dallas Cowboys Writer OXNARD, Calif. – Jerry Jones has been reading the headlines, it seems.  It will never come as a surprise that the Dallas Cowboys’ larger-than-life owner and general manager has something to say.  But Tuesday morning, as his team kicked off another training camp in Southern California, Jones had a laundry list of things …

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4-star DL and major Oregon Ducks target announces commitment date

In the coming days, the Oregon Ducks will find out whether or not they are adding a blue-chip player to their defensive line in the 2023 recruiting class. On Tuesday afternoon, Texas 4-star DL Terrance Green announced his commitment date, stating that he would be making his college decision on August 1st, which is next Monday. Green, who stands at …

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Mickey Loomis shares status update on Michael Thomas injury

Big investments at wide receiver were highlights of the New Orleans Saints offseason, with the twin arrivals of Jarvis Landry (in free agency) and Chris Olave (through the 2022 draft) adding a lot of firepower to the team’s weakest unit. But the biggest boost to the receiving corps could come from an almost-forgotten player: Michael Thomas, who has missed most …

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Gators looking to host 4-star DL on third visit of the summer

The Florida Gators were recently reminded that being a player’s most-frequented stop on the recruiting trail doesn’t always mean they are a lock to land at the program. But four-star defensive lineman Jordan Hall is piling up an impressive number of visits to the Swamp, and it’s getting hard not to imagine him wearing orange and blue in a year. …

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