NFL Rundown

NFL players and owners meet to discuss protests and social activism

In advance of the annual Fall Owners Meetings in New York, a special joint session of players and owners regarding protesting and social activism is underway. Select players and owners are meeting to discuss how both sides can work together to create positive change on issues ranging from police brutality to rehabilitation for the incarcerated. Colin...

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Cam Newton: ‘It’s funny to hear a female talk about routes’

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton held a briefing in advance of his game against the Detroit Lions that will not sit well with any women or human with functioning brain cells. Well respected Panthers reporter Jourdan Rodrigue innocuously asked Newton about the rise of WR Devin Funchess and if he was happy about Funchess’s route running. Newton per...

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Vikings RB Dalvin Cook feared to have torn ACL

Minnesota’s day could not be ore horrific. They lost to the Lions, a division rival, 14-7. More importantly, sensational rookie RB Dalvin Cook may be lost for the year. Cook left the game in the third quarter with a non- contact injury and quickly ruled out for the remainder. Viking head coach Mike Zimmer says Cook will get an MRI Monday but accord...

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BU researchers in early stages of being able to diagnose CTE in the living

Less than a week after Aaron Hernandez was found to have severe CTE, Boston University researchers have announced that they may have discovered a way to test for CTE in living patients. Currently, CTE can only be diagnosed posthumously. In a release, the BU School of Medicine said it compared the brains of 23 former college and professional athletes ...

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Chris Long donating six paychecks to fund Charlottesville scholarships

Eagles defensive end Chris Long and The Chris Long Foundation have announced a sweeping gesture to aid Long’s hometown of Charlottesville. Long is donating his first six game checks of this season to fund two scholarships to promote “equality through education.” The two seven-year all expenses paid scholarships will be administered at Long’s ...

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