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Lions bringing well-rounded receiving corps into 2023
Look for wide receivers to again be a strength for Detroit's high-powered offense next season.[read more]

'He's in a great spot': McDaniel encouraged by Tagovailoa's health status
The QB is taking preventative measures after suffering multiple concussions last season.[read more]

Packers' Doubs, Watson a good start, but Love needs more receiving help
Coach Matt LaFleur said one of his rookie receivers last season has "Davante Adams-type movement skills," but the Packers need to add more talent.[read more]

Brockington, All-Pro fullback with Pack, dies at 74
John Brockington, a former All-Pro fullback who ranks fourth on the Green Bay Packers' career rushing list, died Friday in San Diego. He was 74.[read more]

Lamar claps back over questions on durability
Lamar Jackson pushed back against those who suggested that he sat out the Ravens' playoff loss because he had not reached a long-term deal with Baltimore.[read more]

Belichick clarifies: Pats 'not resting on laurels'
Bill Belichick clarified his remark that "the last 25 years" should give Patriots fans optimism, telling the Boston Globe that the team is "not resting on our past laurels."[read more]

MetLife gets new turf after widespread criticism
A new playing surface has been installed at MetLife Stadium, where the previous turf had become an object of widespread criticism in recent years.[read more]

Biden lauds Hamlin's 'courage' in W.H. meeting
President Joe Biden praised Bills safety Damar Hamlin for turning "recovery into action," saying after their meeting Thursday that Hamlin's "courage, resilience, and spirit inspired the American people."[read more]

Mara warns Daboll: Don't go 'from Bono to Bozo'
Brian Daboll recently received a lighthearted warning from Giants owner John Mara, who jokingly told the reigning NFL Coach of the Year that "it doesn't take long to go from Bono to Bozo."[read more]

Richardson flips after flashing arm for NFL execs
After showing off his arm for NFL coaches and scouts, QB Anthony Richardson stuck the landing on a roundoff backflip to cap his Florida pro day workout.[read more]