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Bengals' Still thanks Payton for generousity

Devon Still and Sean Payton chatted for the first time Thursday morning on ESPN's Mike & Mike radio show since the Saints coach purchased 100 of the Bengals defensive tackle's jersey from the team's website, proceeds of which to pediatric cancer research.

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Vick: Goodell doesn't deserve to lose his job

New York Jets quarterback Michael Vick, who was on the receiving end of Roger Goodell justice seven years ago, defended the embattled NFL commissioner, claiming Thursday that Goodell doesn't deserve to lose his job.

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Sources: Tech fires DC after alleged incident

Texas Tech fired defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt on Thursday after the coach was suspected of being at the school's football building while under the influence of a controlled substance, sources told ESPN.com.

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Peyton Manning has found Rocky Mountain high good for business

Peyton Manning the quarterback has fallen into a perfect offense in Denver. And Peyton Manning the owner of a number of Papa John’s franchises has also found purchase in a place where it’s legal to smoke marijuana. While discussing his voting habits and being socially connected during an interview with Peter King of TheMMQB.com, Manning…

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Elway son pleads guilty in domestic case

Jack Elway, the son of Denver Broncos general manager John Elway, has pleaded guilty in a domestic violence case involving his girlfriend. Court records show the 25-year-old John Albert Elway on Tuesday pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace and was sentenced to one year of probation that includes domestic violence counseling.

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Verizon stands by NFL, says time to educate

The CEO of Verizon, the NFL's largest sponsor, said his company was going to continue its sponsorship with the NFL despite its clumsy handling of recent domestic violence incidents by its players.

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