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Drake's latest video: Starring Kevin Durant, OBJ and Marshawn Lynch
Drake released the video for his song "Laugh Now Cry Later" on Friday. Not only does he take over the Nike headquarters, he brought friends, including Odell Beckham Jr., Kevin Durant and Marshawn Lynch.[read more]

Hall, waived after failed trade, signs with Texans
P.J. Hall, whose trade from the Raiders to the Vikings fell through after he failed a physical, has joined the Texans after being waived by Las Vegas.[read more]

Source: Seahawks CB cut after hotel guest sneak
The Seattle Seahawks waived rookie cornerback Kemah Siverand earlier this week after he was caught on video trying to sneak a woman into the team's hotel, a source confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

Jets DC: S Adams 'may get bored' in Seattle
Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams says Jamal Adams' departure won't change how New York uses safeties and added that Adams "may get bored" playing the Seahawks' defensive scheme.[read more]

Source: K.C., Kelce reach 4-year, $57M extension
Travis Kelce and the Chiefs have agreed to a four-year, $57.25 million contract extension that ties the tight end to Kansas City through 2025, a source told ESPN.[read more]

Stafford, Smart endow UGA social justice program
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and his wife, Kelly, along with Georgia football coach Kirby Smart and his wife, Mary Beth, have endowed a $500,000 program at the University of Georgia to focus on diversity, inclusion, equity and social justice.[read more]

Belichick's impression of Cam: 'Hardworking kid'
While impressed with Cam Newton's work ethic, Patriots coach Bill Belichick has seemed to go to great lengths to ensure the spotlight doesn't shine solely on Newton, routinely mentioning other quarterbacks competing for the starting job.[read more]

Source: Seven NFL officials opt out of season
Five on-field officials and two replay officials have opted out of the 2020 NFL season because of the coronavirus pandemic.[read more]

'Caught in the middle': Coaches are at higher risk in pandemic but not opting out
Without a union to protect them, football coaches -- to date, at least nine in the NFL have tested positive for COVID-19 -- are among those taking health gambles by participating in the 2020 season.[read more]

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