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Pharoh Cooper wins NFC special teams player of the week

Kick returns might be dying as an art form, but Rams wide receiver Pharoh Cooper is doing his part to keep them alive. He was named NFC special teams player of the week, after returning the opening kickoff 103 yards for a touchdown against the Jaguars last week. It was his second return of 65 [ more]

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Eagles Chris Long donating entire 2017 salary to educational equality

Eagles defensive end Chris Long is donating his entire salary from the 2017 season to initiatives aimed at boosting educational equality. Long's first six game checks went to provide two scholarships for students from Charlottesville, Va., his hometown, and his next 10 game checks are going toward

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Le’Veon Bell named AFC offensive player of the week

The Steelers needed to bounce back from a loss to the Jaguars that featured five interceptions from Ben Roethlisberger when they faced the Chiefs last Sunday and they did that by giving the ball to running back Le'Veon Bell. Bell ran the ball 32 times for 179 yards and scored a touchdown in the

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Given Scott-Frost-Nebraska chatter UCF announces funding initiative

If a Power Five program truly wants a Group of Five head coach, there’s little the latter can do.  That, though, isn’t stopping UCF from at least trying to stave off the inevitable. Mike Riley could very well be on the hot seat at Nebraska, leading to speculation, especially with a new athletic director, that he could be three-and-done in Lincoln.  While some chatter on any potential replacement has involved a pirate, a favorite son has significant support amongst the fan base if a change is made. Not only is Scott Frost a former Nebraska quarterback, but, as the head coach at UCF, he has the Knights ranked 20th nationally with a 5-0 start.  And that’s coming off a six-win first season for Frost

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