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Lawyer: OBJ warrant related to cop slap recalled
Odell Beckham Jr. no longer has a warrant issued against him, according to his lawyer. The officer whose backside was slapped by the Browns receiver has elected not to pursue charges, Beckham's lawyer said.[read more]

Touchdown maker Antonio Gates set standard for pass-catching tight ends
After 16 years with the Chargers, Gates' destiny could take him to the Hall.[read more]

Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes learned a few lessons in last year's AFC title game
Since falling short of the Super Bowl last season with an OT loss to the Patriots, Mahomes has figured out "how to win when things aren't perfect."[read more]

When Andy Reid coached his first conference title game, where was his competition?
Andy Reid is coaching his sixth conference championship game, while the other three coaches are in their first.[read more]

Sean McVay gives up a piece of Rams' offense, grows as a head coach
Kevin O'Connell will be the first OC for McVay since Matt LaFleur left before the 2018 season.[read more]

Pats QB Stidham not focused on Brady's future
Despite being the player likely most affected by Tom Brady's upcoming decision in free agency, backup Jarrett Stidham said he's just focused on getting better.[read more]

Garrett stays in NFC East, named OC of Giants
Jason Garrett is sticking in the NFC East, with the former Cowboys head coach reaching a deal Friday to take over the Giants' offense.[read more]

Harbaugh defends Jackson's playoff failure
Ravens coach John Harbaugh defended quarterback Lamar Jackson following the team's 28-12 divisional playoff loss to the Titans, noting he's younger than Heisman winner Joe Burrow.[read more]

What really happened during Deflategate? Five years later, the NFL's 'scandal' aged poorly
Five years ago, the Deflategate allegations against the Patriots spun out of control. Did the NFL actually learn anything from it?[read more]

Guide to Titans-Chiefs, Packers-49ers: Picks, bold predictions, key matchups, more
What to watch for in both games. Matchup breakdowns. Stats to know. And, of course, score predictions. It's all here for the NFL conference championships.[read more]