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DeMarcus Ware Launches Fitness App: Driven to Win

DeMarcus Ware could barely walk when he retired from the NFL. The Super Bowl 50 champion All-Pro linebacker was coming off multiple surgeries to treat a fractured arm, which sidelined him for more than a month during the 2016 campaign, and for a season-ending back injury that December.

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Jay Glazer and GNC Release Co-Branded Supplement Line

Jay Glazer can be seen on Fox NFL Sunday and Fox Football Thursday breaking news and providing last-minute injury updates as the network’s NFL Insider. He is also seen on Paramount Network as host for Bellator’s signature MMA fights. He can also be seen in movies like The Longest Yard and The Game Plan, and on TV shows including Ballers and The League.

But what can’t be seen is the constant battle going on inside his head.

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DeAndre Hopkins Trade Began ‘Trickle-Down’ Effect for Texans’ Tough Season

In a year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic, there was another event that had a ripple effect throughout the NFL. On March 22, the Houston Texans traded All-Pro wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a fourth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to the Arizona Cardinals for running back David Johnson, a 2020 second-round pick, and a 2021 fourth-round pick.

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Aaron Rodgers Excited for First Fans at Lambeau Field in 2020

Aaron Rodgers used adjectives like “strange,” “weird” and “different” to describe the current NFL season. The Green Bay Packers star quarterback wasn’t referring to anything on the field though. In fact, it’s been business as usual for the Packers, who are atop the NFC North at 7-3 and currently situated as the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs.

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DRL Partners With Champion, BodyArmor and Respawn

While other sports leagues and organizations are feeling the unrelenting strain and pressure due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Drone Racing League is whizzing by, going about as fast as their custom-built racing drones navigate through gates, turns and obstacles on a course.

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Danilo Gallinari Advises NBA Rookies Build Their Team Off the Court, Too

Danilo Gallinari has played on four different teams since being drafted No. 6 overall in the 2008 NBA Draft. 

While the names and faces in the locker room may have changed as he’s gone from the New York Knicks to the Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Clippers and most recently the Oklahoma City Thunder over the past 12 years, there’s one team that doesn’t change: his off-the-court support system including his parents Marilisa and Vittorio Gallinari, CPA Steve Blatt, agent Michael Tellem, and a team of financial advisors at Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management.

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Eagles Shouldn’t Move on From Carson Wentz

Carson Wentz isn’t playing his best football by far and is on track to register his worst season of his NFL career, but he still has plenty of supporters in his corner.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback leads the league in turnovers (16), interceptions (12), and sacks (32), while ranking 31st in completion percentage (58.4).

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Denver Broncos Testing UV Technology to Combat COVID-19

No one has a definitive answer to combat or solve the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Health and safety experts provide their recommendations to government officials and organizations, including professional sports leagues, though most are left to develop their own processes within that guidance.

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