May 23 2018
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Doug Williams Promoted To Redskins’ Senior VP Of Player Personnel

The Washington Redskins have promoted senior personnel executive Doug Williams to senior vice president of player personnel, the team announced Tuesday. The Redskins’ Super Bowl XXII winning quarterback joined the franchise’s personnel department in 2014 but has been coaching and serving as a personnel executive since 1994. Williams was a …

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Giants’ Odell Beckham Jr., Olivier Vernon Report For Minicamp (REPORT)

The New York Giants kick off their mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, but two of the franchise’s biggest stars, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and defensive end Olivier Vernon, arrived at the team’s East Rutherford facility on Monday, according to multiple reports. Both Beckham and Vernon have been absent for the …

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Cowboys’ Chaz Green Moving To LG, La’el Collins Locking Up RT Role

The Dallas Cowboys are retooling one of the league’s best offensive lines following the retirement of right tackle Doug Free and the departure of guard Ronald Leary in free agency. Cowboys third-year guard La’el Collins moved to right tackle at the start of the team’s offseason workout program and has …

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Matt Jones Told He’s Fifth RB On Redskins’ Depth Chart (REPORT)

Washington Redskins running back Matt Jones is avoiding organized team activities this offseason, as he was reportedly told by head coach Jay Gruden that he was the team’s No. 5 running back on Washington’s depth chart. Ex-Washington starter Matt Jones has been told by coach Jay Gruden he is the …

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Scott Linehan Wants WRs Ryan Switzer, Cole Beasley ‘To Complement Each Other’

Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Ryan Switzer impressed teammates and coaches during the franchise’s first organized team activities last week, and offensive coordinator Scott Linehan envisions a “significant role” for the rookie receiver in 2017. Switzer saw plenty of first-team reps with Dallas’ 2016 leading receiver Cole Beasley on the …

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Giants Officially Sign DE Devin Taylor, S Duke Ihenacho

The New York Giants have officially signed former Detroit Lions defensive end Devin Taylor and former Washington Redskins safety Duke Ihenacho, the team announced Thursday. The Giants had brought Taylor in for a visit Monday and decided to sign the four-year veteran pass rusher to a one-year deal. The 6-foot-7, …

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