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Saints add veteran running back Shane Vereen

The New Orleans Saints have signed veteran running back Shane Vereen in a move that could help the club respond to Mark Ingram’s early season suspension. Vereen, whose signing was announced by the club on Wednesday, has served as a runner and receiver with New England and the New York Giants during

NFL’s Casey plans to take fine, make sideline anthem protest

“I ain’t going to let them stop me from doing what I want to do,” Casey said. In May, NFL owners instituted a new anthem policy requiring all players and league personnel on the sidelines to stand for the anthem, with anyone not wishing to stand having the option to stay in the locker

More claims mean NFL concussion payout could jump by $400M

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Lawyers representing former NFL players estimated Wednesday that payouts from the concussion settlement with the league will top $1.4 billion, a $400 million jump because of thousands more players filing claims.

Judge denies NFL’s investigator request in concussion case

A federal judge denied a request from the NFL on Wednesday to appoint a special investigator to look into what the league says is extensive fraudulent claims on the $1 billion concussion settlement. Judge Anita Brody wrote in her federal court ruling that the league’s attorneys had demonstrated

Jets pay tribute to retired cornerback Darrelle Revis

Cornerback Darrelle Revis played for four different teams. The team with which he played twice has gone out of its way to lavish praise on one of the best cornerbacks in NFL history. “Darrelle Revis is one of the greatest players to ever wear a Jets je…

Revis retires after 11 seasons in NFL

Once the most dominant cornerback in football, Darrelle Revis, is calling it quits. The 11-year veteran and former shutdown corner is retiring from the NFL, he announced on Wednesday. "Today I am closing a chapter in my life that I once dreamed …

NFL Cowboys stay atop Forbes list of world’s richest sport teams

With a 14 percent leap in value to $4.8 billion (4.12 billion euros), the NFL Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday topped the annual Forbes magazine list of the world’s highest valued sports teams for the third consecutive year. The Cowboys boasted the top revenues of $840 million and top earnings of $350