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Denver Bronco owner Pat Bowlen's daughter wants ownership of team
The second-oldest child of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, Beth Bowlen Wallace, informed the NFL and team officials she wants to be named controlling owner of the team.
Cardinals tight end Gresham helps air traveler out of a tight spot
Arizona Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham came to the rescue of a distressed traveler on Wednesday, saving a woman from missing her flight.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones: Trump intends to win anthem debate
President Donald Trump intends to be on the winning side of the national anthem debate.
Report: Former offensive lineman Incognito won't be charged for gym altercation
Boca Raton police say they won't charge former Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Richie Incognito after an altercation at a gym last week, according to USA Today Sports.
Ex-Ravens, Browns running back Lewis: 'I've thought about suicide'
Former All-Pro NFL running back Jamal Lewis said he has considered suicide as he struggles with medical issues and depression, in an interview with Bleacher Report published Tuesday.
Raiders wish Golden Knights luck in Stanley Cup Final with very Raider full-page ad
The Raiders may still be in Oakland, but they've clearly got their future home on their minds right now.
49ers' Marsh: 'nothing fun about' playing for Patriots
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Cassius Marsh said he hated playing for the New England Patriots so much last season that he considered quitting football.
Falcons' wide receiver Jones insists no bad blood with team
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones insists there is no tension between himself and the organization.
Patriots quarterback Brady plays catch with Monaco pole-winner Ricciardo
Tom Brady has been absent from voluntary OTAs with the New England Patriots this offseason, but the quarterback isn't struggling to find willing receivers. Even in Monaco.
Report: Broncos turned to NBA's Sam Hinkie for advice
The Denver Broncos met with former NBA general manager Sam Hinkie this offseason as they evaluated their front office processes, according to a report by The Athletic.
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