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What charges could mean for Patriots owner Robert Kraft

Kraft is facing charges of misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution. What will the consequences be for him and the NFL?

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Pats' Kraft facing charges of soliciting prostitute

Police in Florida say they have videotape of Patriots owner Robert Kraft paying for a sex act inside an illicit massage parlor in Florida.

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Questions remain about Todd Gurley's playoff performance, and his future

Todd Gurley led the NFL in touchdowns last season, but sat out the Rams' final two regular-season games and was limited in the playoffs. What gives?

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Offseason Predictions

Barnwell predicts AFC East moves: Time for life without Gronk?

There could be big changes in New England this offseason. The Jets, meanwhile, have money to spend, and everyone is still chasing the Pats.

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Why Bills should consider trading sacks leader Jerry Hughes

With quality pass-rushers likely to be available in the draft and free agency, the timing might be right for Buffalo to revamp its defensive front.



Antonio Brown trade: Steelers' hefty price, what new team is getting

Brown and the Steelers agree a trade is best. Now the stage is set for negotiations, which creates a new set of questions.

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Is Le'Veon Bell worth a huge contract? Why there are better options

The former Steelers running back isn't worth a large payday, and there are cheaper alternatives who could outperform him.


Getting the NFL's five biggest spenders out of salary-cap hell

The Eagles are currently more than $22 million over the salary cap. How can they, and four other teams, save money?

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Can Saints keep Mark Ingram from leaving in free agency?

Ingram is closing in on 30 but remains productive; the Saints have minimal cap space. Whether they stick together could depend on the market.

NFL Moves

Let's get Cleveland to the playoffs: Barnwell predicts AFC North moves

Things are looking up for the Browns -- finally. In Pittsburgh, meanwhile, the Steelers' big three could be down to one in a month.

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