2:10 PM EDT, Thu May 05, 2016
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Washington TE gets new deal, Travis Kelce's still looks pretty good

A new tight end got a new contract and it's more than Travis Kelce's recent deal. Washington announced a new long-term contract for tight end Jordan Reed. ESPN's Adam Schefter says ti's $50 million over five years. Redskins TE Jordan Reed is signing a 5-year, $50 million extension, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 5, 2016 Compare that to Kelce's five-year, $46 million deal signed a few months ago. Both players were in the third year of their rookie contract, the first point in which you can re-up with a new deal. I point this extension out to say how nice it is to...
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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs news 5/5

Another domestic violence incident and NFL could punish Tyreek Hill as repeat offender | The Kansas City Star McCarthy noted, however, that Hill could be subject to discipline by commissioner Roger Goodell and considered a repeat offender if another incident occurs, as outlined by the policy — which...

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Topeka Capital-Journal Apr 23, 2016

Former K-State standout Morgan Burns balances faith, football on path to NFL

MANHATTAN — With his Pro Day workout over, Morgan Burns caught his breath and stepped away from football in late March to embark on a week-long mission. The purpose of the journey proved close to Burns’ heart and took him halfway around the globe on a 15-hour flight to East Asia to educate others on his devotion. “We got to talk about our faith and talk about Jesus, so that was really cool,” Burn said with a wide smile. “A lot of the students have never heard of who Jesus is before. That was kind of eye-opening.” read more

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