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  • Noordin Said, a beloved security official who worked with DeMarcus Cousins, Draymond Green, Rajon Rondo and many music artists, died after contracting coronavirus.

  • The Bengals are apparently set on their quarterback, and Washington's sending signals that Chase Young could be the second pick. That means the third spot is suddenly the interesting one, and don't the Lions know it. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Lions have "had discussions with teams about potentially moving back," and [more]

  • Tua Tagovailoa can't prove his health to NFL teams in person at the moment, so he's going to try to do it virtually. Whether any of them believe it remains to be seen. According to Les Carpenter of the Washington Post, the Alabama quarterback held a "virtual pro day" today, and his people are sending [more]


  • If controversy is what ESPN covets, Rex Ryan is providing it. He has gone on a rip-a-thon over the past week, making it personal for no good reason. Last week he called Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper, one of the league's good guys, a "turd." Ryan apologized after being roundly criticized for his word choice. On [more]


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