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11:50 PM ET This time the Atlanta Falcons held on in the fourth quarter. Though it wasn’t without some drama. The Falcons beat the Carolina Panthers 25-17 Thursday night after taking an eight-point lead and sealing the victory with an interception by cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson at the Atlanta 9-yard line with less than a minute
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10:53 PM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Atlanta Falcons defensive end Charles Harris was ejected in the third quarter Thursday night against the Carolina Panthers after a vicious hit that briefly sidelined quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Bridgewater was scrambling on the third-and-7 play when he was tripped and went down for a 2-yard loss. Harris came in
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3:31 PM ET The NFL is moving forward with plans for a reduced-capacity Super Bowl LV, to be played Feb. 7 even if the league ultimately adds an 18th week to its regular season, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. At this point, the NFL is planning to hold capacity to 20% at Tampa’s Raymond James
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5:01 PM ET The Dallas Cowboys traded veteran defensive end Everson Griffen to the Detroit Lions for a conditional draft pick, the team announced Tuesday. Terms of the conditions have not been announced, but multiple sources tell ESPN that Dallas received a conditional sixth-round draft pick in 2021 that could become a fifth-rounder. Griffen gives
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8:16 PM ET FRISCO, Texas — When the Dallas Cowboys practice Wednesday, defensive coordinator Mike Nolan might be on the injury report. The reason? Tabasco. Nolan had to step away from his weekly conference call with reporters on Monday because he got some hot sauce in his eye in the middle of answering a question
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7:35 PM ET SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Just as the San Francisco 49ers‘ offense seemed to be rounding into form over the past two weeks, that group has lost two more key contributors to injury. Wide receiver Deebo Samuel and running back Jeff Wilson Jr., both of whom played major roles in Sunday’s 33-6 win
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12:34 AM ET GLENDALE, Ariz. — Of all the players to lead the Arizona Cardinals to an overtime win over the Seattle Seahawks, it was one of the most unlikely. Rookie linebacker Isaiah Simmons intercepted Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson with 1:04 left in overtime on his fourth snap of the game. He didn’t play in
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