2020 NFL Draft Still On Schedule Despite Coronavirus Fears

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goddell is determined to hold the 2020 NFL Draft on its original date of April 23-25. A group of league general managers met earlier in the week and suggested that the draft be pushed back due to the spread of COVID-19, but the league front office is holding steady to maintain the …

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Tom Brady Squashes Coronavirus Coverage And Ignites NFL Prop Betting Frenzy

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And just like that, Coronavirus coverage took a back seat while Tom Brady decided his football future. During a 12-hour time period, Tom Brady shocked the football world and said goodbye to the New England Patriots and hello to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Oddsmakers spent the day trying to maintain up-to-date odds on which team …

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NFL Combine Odds Is Now Action You Can Bet On

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NFL Combine TV: NFL Network Tight Ends, Quarterbacks, and Wide Receivers: Thursday, February 27, 4-11 PM Place Kickers, Special Teams, Offensive Line, Running Backs: Friday, February 28, 4-11 PM Defensive Line, and Linebackers: Saturday, February 29, 4-11 PM Defensive Backs: Sunday, March 1, 2-7 PM Each February, after the echoes of the Super Bowl have …

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Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Charged with Soliciting Prostitution, Odds Released on His Future

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Things are not looking good for the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots. Robert Kraft was formally charged by the Florida state attorney’s office on Monday with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting a prostitute, coming days after police alleged surveillance footage showed him paying for and receiving sex acts at a spa called Orchids …

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