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Baker Mayfield – Cleveland Browns would have to reach out to reconcile, but ‘both sides’ ready ‘to move on’

Quarterback Baker Mayfield didn’t completely rule out the possibility of a reconciliation with the Cleveland Browns on Tuesday in the event that the NFL suspends his replacement, Deshaun Watson, for the entire 2022 season. Mayfield, however, added that the Browns would have to be the ones to start that process, and that he’s moved on …

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Tony Siragusa, former NFL player and sideline reporter, dies at age 55

Tony Siragusa, the charismatic defensive tackle who helped lead a stout Baltimore defense to a Super Bowl title, has died. He was 55. The Baltimore Ravens, for which Siragusa played five seasons, said Siragusa died “unexpectedly” Wednesday morning. Because of death was not immediately given. Tony Siragusa as a sideline reporter an NFL matchup between …

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Former Ravens DT Tony Siragusa, Member Of Super Bowl XXXV Team, Dead At 55 – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Ravens defensive tackle Tony Siragusa died Wednesday morning, the team announced. He was 55. Siragusa, known as “Goose,” was a member of the winning Super Bowl XXXV game in 2001. He was part of a legendary defensive unit that allowed the fewest point (165) in NFL history. READ MORE: Man, 29, …

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Ex-NFL DT Tony Siragusa, ‘the Goose,’ dies at age 55

Tony Siragusa, the NFL defensive tackle who became one of the game’s biggest players and personalities, died Wednesday at the age of 55. The cause of Siragusa’s death was not immediately available. Affectionately known as “Goose,” Siragusa served as a vital cog in the middle of the Baltimore Ravens’ historic 2000 defense, which spearheaded the …

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NFL files motion to move Brian Flores’ lawsuit to arbitration

The NFL on Tuesday filed a motion in federal court to compel Brian Flores’ class-action lawsuit against the league and several teams, in which he and two other coaches allege racial discrimination in its hiring practices, to arbitration. The filing was made in United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and …

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Pittsburgh Steelers sign DT Larry Ogunjobi to one-year deal

Former Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi signed a one-year deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday. The Steelers did not disclose financial terms of the contract. Ogunjobi now will have played for the Cleveland Browns, Bengals and Steelers, leaving the Baltimore Ravens as the lone AFC North team not to have had him on …

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Attorney Tony Buzbee says 20 of 24 lawsuits filed against Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson settled

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson has settled all but four of the lawsuits filed against him, attorney Tony Buzbee said in a statement Tuesday. Since March 16, 2021, 25 lawsuits have been filed against Watson, alleging sexual assault and other inappropriate behavior during massage sessions. Of those 25, one was dropped by the plaintiff when …

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New York Jets 53-man roster showing includes secondary bolstered by Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner

FLORHAM PARK, NJ — The New York Jets open training camp on July 26 at the Atlantic Health Training Center in Florham Park. Is this the year they turn it around? Despite the NFL’s longest active playoff drought (11 years), the Jets fueled optimism with a strong offseason, highlighted by making three first-round picks. Coach …

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Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder again rebuffs House Oversight Committee’s invitation to testify in workplace culture investigation of franchise

The attorney for Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder reiterated Monday that Snyder would not testify before Congress on June 22, despite a request from the committee to reconsider. Karen Patton Seymour declined the initial invitation from the House Oversight Committee investigating the Commanders’ alleged “toxic workplace culture,” saying that Snyder had a “longstanding Commanders-related business …

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