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  • Playoffs Bring Fame But Not Fortune for NFL Players

    According to the NFL’s CBA, each player gets paid the exact same amount for playing in a postseason game. And if you have a first-round bye? No paycheck that week.

    SI.com
  • The NBA and TNT Are Bringing Single-Player In-Game Livestreams to Twitter

    The National Basketball Association, Turner Sports and Twitter announced a livestreaming initiative at CES Wednesday. During the second half of 20 NBA on TNT regular-season and playoff games this season--as well as the 2019 NBA All-Star Game Feb. 17, when the offering will debut--fans can go to @NBAonTNT to view the action from the vantage

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  • Saints and Eagles Players Kneel and Pray Together Before NFL Playoff Game

    In the NFL Playoffs Divisional round matchup between the New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles, Saints Tight End Benjamin Watson, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, and numerous other players from both squads, knelt, linked arms and prayed together on the field. Please support CNSNews today! [a 501(c)(3) non-profit production of the...

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  • UCF coordinator: Players who skip bowl games likely to 'tank' in NFL

    PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. -- UCF defensive coordinator Randy Shannon thinks college players who are deciding to skip bowl games to prepare for the NFL draft will one day decide to not suit up for certain games in the professional ranks. Speaking a few days before the No. 8 Knights face No. 11 LSU in the Fiesta Bowl, Shannon said he doesn't fault players for leaving early. However, he said it might be hard to get a certain mindset out of a player's head. "My opinion, it...

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  • Remembering Julius Peppers the UNC basketball player before what could be his final NFL game

    Peppers could have been a star in hoops, but chose instead to stick with football. It was a good call

    CBSSports.com
  • Ex-NFL player Jonathan Martin must go to trial over threatening post

    Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin must go to trial on felony charges related to a threatening post on his Instagram account in February 2018. The image on the post showed a shotgun and ammunition and tagged four accounts, including those belonging to former Dolphins teammates Richie Incognito and Mike Pouncey. It also included hashtags for Harvard-Westlake, where Martin went to high school in the Los Angeles area, and the Dolphins. ...

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  • Ex-NFL player Jonathan Martin must go to trial over social post

    Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin must go to trial on felony charges related to a threatening post on his Instagram account in February 2018. The image on the post showed a shotgun and ammunition and tagged four accounts, including those belonging to former Dolphins teammates Richie Incognito and Mike Pouncey. It also included hashtags for Harvard-Westlake, where Martin went to high school in the Los Angeles area, and the Dolphins. ...

    ABC News