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Sources: Ravens to release veteran RB Ingram
Running back Mark Ingram will be released by the Ravens on Tuesday, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.[read more]

Saints' Fontenot named Falcons general manager
The Falcons have named Terry Fontenot their new general manager.[read more]

QB Watson urges fans not to protest on behalf
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson urged fans who planned a protest on his behalf to cancel the event "for the sake of public safety."[read more]

Reid: Mahomes might've returned pre-protocol
Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he didn't know whether Patrick Mahomes would clear the NFL's concussion protocol in time to play in next Sunday's AFC Championship Game. But Reid indicated Mahomes might have felt well enough to have returned to Sunday's game.[read more]

Sources: WFT expected to make Hurney GM
The Washington Football Team is expected to hire Marty Hurney as general manager, sources confirm to ESPN.[read more]

Sullivan, Church to sing national anthem at SB
R&B star Jazmine Sullivan and country singer Eric Church will join forces to sing the national anthem at Super Bowl LV.[read more]

Source: Saints' Thomas facing multiple surgeries
Michael Thomas, who played in just seven games this season due to multiple ankle injuries, will have procedures for a torn deltoid and other ligaments in his ankle, a source told ESPN.[read more]

Jets should be all-in on Texans' Deshaun Watson, but reality could stand in way
Should the disgruntled Houston quarterback be on the move, it would be borderline negligent for the Jets to pass. But would the feeling be mutual?[read more]

The biggest looming free-agent decisions for all 32 NFL teams: Who has a salary-cap crunch
The futures of JuJu-Smith Schuster, Dak Prescott and Trent Williams are up in the air as teams must make some hard choices this offseason.[read more]

Tom Brady's success with Buccaneers sparks mixed reaction in New England
Some Patriots fans are happy to see their former QB shine in different colors, but for others, the pain of his departure is still too fresh.[read more]