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  • NFL moves extra points back to 15-yard line, two-point conversion rules largely unchanged

    NFL moves extra points back to 15-yard line, two-point conversion rules largely unchanged
    Ravens kicker Justin Tucker and his NFL colleagues will be kicking their extra points from a longer distance this season. The NFL approved a competition committee proposal to move extra points back to the 15-yard line. That's the equivalent of a 33-yard...
  • NFL owners weigh extra-point rule changes: Here's what's on the line

    NFL owners weigh extra-point rule changes: Here's what's on the line
    NFL team owners are scheduled to begin meetings Tuesday in San Francisco, where the discussion is expected to bounce from future Super Bowl host cities to stadium proposals in Los Angeles and St. Louis, but one of the most interesting topics will be...
  • Ravens news, notes and opinions

    Ravens news, notes and opinions
    The most interesting revelation from the Ravens' annual predraft luncheon Wednesday was general manager Ozzie Newsome’s acknowledgement that the Ravens brought in Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham and Washington cornerback Marcus Peters...
  • LeSean McCoy's twisted logic brands Eagles coach Chip Kelly a racist

    LeSean McCoy's twisted logic brands Eagles coach Chip Kelly a racist
    First off, have to say that however flawed the logic leading to assertions that Eagles coach Chip Kelly is racially biased may be, the perception is real. What running back LeSean McCoy most recently told ESPN in an interview that's blown up on social...
  • Pa. officials report more than $160,000 in gifts, travel in 2014

    Pa. officials report more than $160,000 in gifts, travel in 2014
    HARRISBURG — Newly filed state ethics reports show Pennsylvania state lawmakers and other high-ranking government officials collected more than $160,000 in freebies last year, including sports tickets and international travel, although about half...
  • Center Jason Kelce doesn't believe Eagles O-line is short-handed

    Center Jason Kelce doesn't believe Eagles O-line is short-handed
    Charged with holding a refurbished Philadelphia Eagles offense together this season will be the man in the middle of it all, center Jason Kelce. He'll be snapping to a different quarterback, blocking for different running backs and receivers, and...
  • Eagles name Joseph director of pro personnel

    Eagles name Joseph director of pro personnel
    The Philadelphia Eagles on Wednesday took the first step toward rebuilding their personnel staff following the dismissal of three employees last week. They hired Dwayne Joseph as director of pro personnel. Joseph, 42, most recently was with the...
  • Dolphins claim former Cowboys offensive tackle Donald Hawkins off waivers

    Dolphins claim former Cowboys offensive tackle Donald Hawkins off waivers
    The Dolphins claimed offensive tackle Donald Hawkins off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys on Monday, adding the from University of Texas starter to the team’s stable of offensive linemen invited to training camp. The Dolphins will be Hawkins’...
  • Ravens news, notes and opinions on DeAndre Carter, Matt Elam and more

    It happens every summer. A young receiver stands out in practice, the media starts writing about him a little bit and the fans get excited. Remember Tommy Streeter? Deonte Thompson? How about Aaron Mellette? The early candidate to get such treatment...
  • FSU's Jalen Ramsey projects as a Top 15 pick

    FSU's Jalen Ramsey projects as a Top 15 pick
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ executives like what they saw in Jameis Winston – enough to draft him No. 1 overall, even after the Philadelphia Eagles were ready to trade it all away to move up to the first pick. And after a week of mini-camp, that...
  • Eagles' battle plan starts with war in secondary

    Eagles' battle plan starts with war in secondary
    PHILADELPHIA — Long before the end of the three-day NFL Draft, it had become apparent what Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly most wanted to accomplish: assembling an overload of young players in the secondary. True, the Eagles drafted the...