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Mychal Kendricks sings 1-year deal with Seahawks

A month ago, the news of the Seattle Seahawks bringing in veteran free-agent linebacker Mychal Kendricks wouldn’t have seemed odd. Kendricks has been a good player in his career. The Seahawks could use some depth help at the position. But, if you’ve been paying attention recently, you know Kendricks has issues other than his football career in…
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Chargers Joe Bosa will not play due to bone bruise in foot

The foot injury that kept Joey Bosa out of the Chargers' regular season opener on Sunday could end up keeping him out a few more weeks. According to ESPN.com, Bosa isn't expected to play in the Chargers' Week 2 game against the Bills. ESPN also reported that there's a possibility he could be out even longer than that after being…
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Pharoh Cooper to miss time after injuring ankle

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver and return specialist Pharoh Cooper is expected to miss several weeks because of a sprained ankle. Head coach Sean McVay said Tuesday that Cooper might need surgery to repair the injury he suffered in the third quarter of the Rams’ 33-13 win over Oakland on Monday night. McVay said Cooper…
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Falcons place Deion Jones on injured reserve

The Falcons announced Tuesday that linebacker Deion Jones was placed on injured reserve with a foot injury. "Following the game last Thursday, Deion reported soreness in his foot, so we sent him for further tests," head coach Dan Quinn said in a statement. "We got the results of those tests back today, and he unfortunately will require a procedure that…
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Seahawks Doug Baldwin sprains right MCL

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin left the season opener against the Denver Broncos in the first quarter with a knee injury. He briefly returned to the field but was ultimately ruled out of the game. Coach Pete Carroll announced during his postgame press conference Baldwin had suffered an MCL sprain. “He’s got a little MCL sprain…
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Kenley Jansen opens up about heart troubles

Kenley Jansen knew immediately what was happening. His heart was racing. His chest was tight. Each breath was a gasp. The same thing had happened in 2011 and 2012, each time when he was in the high altitude of Colorado. His heart was in atrial fibrillation. Most people would be terrified. Jansen was mad. "I…
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