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Arsenal Transfers - All Arsenal Transfer GossipArsenal Transfers - All Arsenal Transfer Gossip

Find all players being linked with Arsenal every day at the click of a butt...

 
Keeping StockKeeping Stock

An eclectic mix of some of the finer things in life - politics, sport, musi...

 
Seattle Seahawks BlogSeattle Seahawks Blog

Your best source for quality Seattle Seahawks news, rumors, analysis, Seaha...

 
My PES BlogMy PES Blog

Just a place for me to put pro evolution soccer stuff and write about footb...

 


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The New York Jets do not have a Freddie Kitchens, who seems like he could be a delight even if he ends up sucking at his job. No, their new head coach is Adam Gase, the previously lauded offensive genius who lasted three seasons with the Dolphins bef...

Double doink artist Cody Parkey joined Today on Friday to talk about moving forward with his life and his career after costing his team a playoff win in the most devastating possible way. Parkey held his head high, telling the hosts he wasn’t compl...

After a little bit of uncertainty over whether he would wind up choosing the Oakland Athletics’ farm system instead of an immediate shot at the NFL, Oklahoma QB and Heisman winner Kyler Murray has picked football over baseball and will enter the NF...

Freddie Kitchens beat out a host of strong candidates for the Browns’ head coaching job, including Joey Bathrooms, Bobby Closets, and, of course, Gregg Williams. Read more...

The Rams’ offensive line is in the soul-protecting business. The Cowboys’ vaunted defensive front, fresh off holding the Seahawks’ NFL-best ground game to just 73 yards rushing in last week’s wild card win, spent all week talking, dreaming, d...

It’s 28-7 Patriots as I write this midway though the second quarter, and New England is taking apart the Chargers defense that looked so impressive in last week’s win over Baltimore. But what works against Lamar Jackson doesn’t work against Tom...

Alshon Jeffery is going to be the scapegoat only because every close game seems to end up with one—something to do with human psychology, I suppose. Yes, he let the ball go through his hands for a game-sealing interception in the Saints’ 20-14 pl...