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AB formally charged in alleged assault of driver
Antonio Brown faces felony burglary conveyance, misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor criminal mischief charges in an alleged January assault in Florida.[read more]

Wife of Steelers' Tomlin sews masks for hospitals
Kiya Tomlin, a clothing designer and the wife of Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, has been making cloth masks to donate to local hospitals.[read more]

Texans' O'Brien on trade: Hopkins wanted raise
The Texans' coach and GM cited Hopkins' desire for a raise as one of the reasons behind his trade to the Cardinals last month.[read more]

Wolfe rates Ravens' new D-line as 'best' in NFL
Defensive end Derek Wolfe considered it "a no-brainer" to join Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams along the Baltimore Ravens defensive front.[read more]

Bears see Foles vs. Trubisky as 'open competition'
Bears coach Matt Nagy envisions Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles splitting reps in training camp and both playing in preseason games as Chicago tries to decide who will start at quarterback.[read more]

N.O. may lose '24 Super Bowl over 17-game slate
If the NFL goes to a 17-week season and the Super Bowl in 2024 gets pushed back a week to Feb. 11, it will conflict with Mardi Gras in New Orleans.[read more]

Dolphins' incoming free agents speak out: We believe in Brian Flores
Several of the new additions say the coach, who is "really good with his players," is what drew them to sign with a 5-11 team with a bright future.[read more]

Source: WR Watkins reworks deal to stay in K.C.
Sammy Watkins' new deal with the Chiefs has a maximum value of $16 million, including $7 million in incentives, and contains a no-trade clause, a source confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

'Money Talks' webinar led by Patriots linebacker reaches NFL players
The five-day series run by free-agent pickup Brandon Copeland offers tips on things players can do to better themselves personally and financially.[read more]

Trevon Diggs embarks on NFL path paved by brother, father figure Stefon
Trevon Diggs lost his father when he was 10. But his brother Stefon, a receiver for the Bills, has supported him all the way to the NFL.[read more]