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Behind Enemy Lines The Most Impressive Aspect Of Case Keenums Season

For a look at the big storylines in this Sunday's NFC Championship Game from the opposing team's vantage point, Mike Wobschall from Vikings.com provides insight on quarterback Case Keenum, the top-ranked Vikings defense, and the under-the-radar players to watch. You can follow Mike on Twitter

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Bill Belichick is typically tight-lipped on Tom Brady’s hand

Patriots coach Bill Belichick faced questions about quarterback Tom Brady‘s injured right hand, and Belichick was exactly as forthcoming as you’d expect him to be. Faced with an initial question about whether the Patriots could bring in a third quarterback behind Brady and Brian Hoyer, Belichick turned

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Do top teams have recruits ready to take over for NFL draft hopefuls

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer Close Big Ten recruiting reporter Joined ESPN in 2011 Graduated from Central Michigan Follow on Twitter Early entrants to the NFL draft can often create unexpected holes on a team that need to be filled quickly. With the early signing period, coaches already have an idea

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Sources Alabama promotes Locksley to OC

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer Close College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of the University of Tennessee Follow on Twitter Alabama coach Nick Saban is staying inside the program for his new offensive coordinator and has decided to promote Mike Locksley to the position, sources

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Steve Wilks Keith Armstrong interviewing with Cardinals Friday

The Cardinals are holding a second round of interviews with head coaching candidates and two of them will be meeting with the team on Friday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks and Falcons special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong will both be in Arizona

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