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Lions add Jimmy Raye III to front office

The Lions have added an experienced hand to fill out their personnel department. Former Chargers, Colts and Texans executive Jimmy Raye III has been named a senior personnel executive in Detroit. He will work under General Manager Bob Quinn and vice president of player personnel Kyle O’Brien in the Lions

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NFL shield laid onto artificial pitch at Tottenham's new stadium

Work continued on Tottenham's new 62,000-seater stadium on Tuesday, with the NFL shield being laid on the artificial surface that will sit directly below a fully retractable grass pitch.  Spurs released a sped up 25-second video across their social media channels that showed the official NFL logo

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With a new, analytics-based NFL taking form, where do the Bills stand?

For some, the NFL has always been a game of physicality. Size and speed conquer stats in many instances because the NFL has always wanted strong, sizable players. Bigger was thought to lead to better teams in the classic mindset of a hard-nosed football coach. For others, the league is beyond that. The

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NFL offseason rewind: Best moves, looming questions for all 32

ESPN.com The NFL wrapped up its offseason last week and the league is officially on vacation until camp opens at the end of July. How did teams fare? Our team of NFL Nation reporters looks back at the offseason, gives each franchise a status report and predicts the biggest question going into training

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