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Ray McDonald

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49ers cut Ray McDonald amid sex assault allegations

The San Francisco 49ers released defensive end Ray McDonald on Wednesday amid allegations of sexual assault.

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Chargers will remain in San Diego next year

The Chargers are staying in San Diego ... for at least one more year.

football coach Marc Trestman, 2010

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Report: Trestman likely to be fired

Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman is likely to be fired at the end of the regular season, according to AM-670 in Chicago.

Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson throwing

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Seahawks control own playoff destiny

The Seattle Seahawks could hardly have asked for things to break better than they did Sunday.

Rex Ryan, New York Jets coach

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Jets' Ryan won't apologize for victory

Head coach Rex Ryan had a two-word message for the New York Jets fans who were mad that Monday was a "Victory Monday."

Super Bowl MVPs - Aaron Rodgers XLV

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Rodgers, Cutler among Man of the Year nominees

Star quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Philip Rivers, Matt Ryan and Jay Cutler are among the 2014 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award nominees.

Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Week 10

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Playoff-bound Colts don't deviate from process

Coach Chuck Pagano has a favorite phrase for his Indianapolis Colts: Stick to the process.

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Saints beat Bears 31-15, lead NFC South

CHICAGO -- Drew Brees threw three short touchdown passes, and the New Orleans Saints took over first place in the NFC South by crushing the Chicago Bears 31-15 Monday night. Although the Saints have a 6-8 record, they would clinch the divis...

DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys, September 2014

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Cowboys RB Murray has broken hand

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray, the NFL's leading rusher, was scheduled to have surgery Monday to repair a broken bone in his left hand, team vice president Stephen Jones said.

Washington Redskins huddle, November 2013, Robert Griffin III

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Redskins' Gruden: Griffin will start at QB

With Colt McCoy expected to miss the Washington Redskins' game Saturday, Robert Griffin III will get another shot as the starting quarterback, coach Jay Gruden said Monday.

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