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Chiefs’ L’Jarius Sneed’s car ‘shot up’ in Louisiana; cornerback not accused of wrongdoing by police

Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L’Jarius Sneed’s car was “shot up” in Minden, Louisiana — his hometown — as first reported by TMZ Sports. The report noted that Sneed was not in the vehicle at the time. Police said the cornerback had not been accused of any wrongdoing. TMZ: According to a department spokesperson, Sneed’s Ford …

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Why Patriots’ coaching titles don’t matter; Plus, NFL’s top five cornerbacks, Saints’ reborn offense

Given the Patriots’ success over the past 20-plus seasons operating in this manner, the concerns regarding the ambiguous nature of coaching staff titles are overblown. New England has an established way of doing things under Belichick, and that will not change, no matter who’s calling plays. The Patriots operate as a team in all respects, …

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George Kittle talks about the second year of Tight End University

Tight End U. is expanding. 49ers tight end George Kittle, who founded the offseason effort a year ago with Greg Olsen and Travis Kelce, made the media rounds on Friday to discuss the Nashville-based project that will at Vanderbilt University from June 22-24. Kittle joined #PFTPM for a 15-minute (or so) conversation. Kittle said plenty …

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AJ Brown says his peace is being threatened because he was traded

Getty Images Eagles wide receiver AJ Brown released a statement today about unspecified concerns he has related to fan reaction to his trade from the Titans. Apparently referencing a football camp in Tennessee that he had decided to pull out of, Brown said that he was sorry to the kids attempting the camp, but felt …

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