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While DK Metcalf may have failed to qualify for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, there will still be NFL representation at the event. It’s just going to be an NFL player’s wife instead.On Friday, Detroit Lions quarterback David Blough revealed on Twitter that his wife, Melissa Gonzalez, has qualified for the Olympics. Gonzalez will be representing the Colombia track & field team in the 400-meter hurdles.Blough said that Gonzalez told him back in 2017 that she was going to “run through Tokyo” in the Olympics. Now she’s going to get her chance to make that dream a reality.“I wish you…

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On Thursday afternoon, ESPN’s Adam Schefter the Jacksonville Jaguars were one of three teams fined for an OTAs violation.According to the report from Schefter, Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer earned the largest fine: a$100,000 fine from the league for violating the league’s rules. A few hours after the news broke, ESPN offered new details of why the fines were handed out.“The Cowboys were ordered to forfeit one OTA practice during the first week of the 2022 offseason,” Schefter said. “The Jaguars were ordered to forfeit two OTA practices during the first week of the 2022 offseason.”49ers were fined $100,000 and Kyle…

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The NFL announced that it’s fining the Washington Football Team $10 million for condoning a “highly unprofessional” workplace over the past several years.Washington was under investigation because multiple women came forward to detail their horrifying experiences with Dan Snyder and other team executives. Beth Wilkinson was hired to investigate the cultural issues going on behind the scenes in the nation’s capital. She found out that bullying and intimidation frequently occurred inside the facility.Despite how serious these allegations are, Washington didn’t lose any draft picks or receive any suspensions.The attorneys who represent 40 former Washington Football Team employees who dealt with…

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Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki has come into his own over the past couple of years, but he’s heading into a contract year.According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, there does not appear to be any movement from the Dolphins as far as giving Gesicki an extension goes. Jackson theorized that the Dolphins want to see if Gesicki or rookie Hunter Long break out this season before making a move.Lack of willingness to extend players clearly isn’t the issue. Jackson pointed out that the Dolphins have already given out extensions to linebacker Jerome Baker and kicker Jason Sanders…

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The San Fransisco 49ers once laid a claim to being the most dominant franchise in NFL history. After a disappointing, injury-riddled 2020 season, the organization appears to be trying to travel back to that era with their new alternate uniforms.The 49ers showed off a new set of throwback threads this week, which paid homage to the 1994 championship team. The uniforms ditched today’s red, gold and white color scheme and opted for plain red tops with white pants. Prominently featured on the chest of the jerseys is a patch honoring the 75th anniversary of the organization’s founding in 1946.To ramp…

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are adding a kicker to their roster. To make room, they will be waiving a defensive lineman in the process.The Steelers have waived defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas to make room for kicker Sam Sloman. Sloman is the second kicker Pittsburgh has brought in for training camp. He joins Chris Boswell in the special teams’ room.“Thursday was not Christmas in July for defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas,” wrote Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk. “The Steelers announced that they have waived Christmas in order to open up a spot on their 90-man roster for kicker Sam Sloman. A report…

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On Thursday afternoon, ESPN’s Adam Schefter revealed three NFL teams received fines for violating the leagues rules.According to the report from Schefter, the San Francisco 49ers, Jacksonville Jaguars and Dallas Cowboys all received fines for violations during OTAs. All three head coaches also received fines.The largest fine for a coach went to Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer. According to the report from Schefter, Meyer received a $100,000 fine from the league for violating the leagues rules.Of course, immediately after the fines were announced, college football fans couldn’t help but poke fun at Meyer. Fans suggested this isn’t the first time…

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The NFL is reportedly fining the Washington Football Team a staggering $10 million after a probe uncovered more than a decade of sexual misconduct in the organization.The punishment was determined and levied on Thursday after a league investigation dove into claims that high-ranking officials within the team sexually harassed and verbally abused female employees on countless occasions over the past decade. At least 15 women have come forward this past year alone, claiming that Washington’s workplace was demeaning towards its female employees, per TMZ Sports. The Washington Post initially reported on the workplace harassment in 2020.“I have learned a lot…

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Three NFL teams are in a bit of trouble with the league for committing violations during organized team activities this off-season.Per ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, the NFL is fining the Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars and San Francisco 49ers for OTA violations.The NFL is fining the 49ers $100,000 and Kyle Shanahan $50,000. The Jaguars are getting hit with a $200,000 fine, while Urban Meyer will have to pay $100,000 himself. The Cowboys, meanwhile, received a $100,000 fine while Mike McCarthy got a $50,000 hit.Schefty has the details surrounding the latest fines the NFL has issued. Take a look.49ers were fined…

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On Thursday afternoon, the Dallas Cowboys announced their new schedule for the upcoming training camp.In less than a month, the Cowboys travel to Oxnard, California – which missed the team last season. After the pandemic switched things up last season, the Cowboys will leave on July 20 for three-and-a-half week stay on the West Coast.Pro Football Talk highlighted the key moments from the Cowboys’ upcoming training camp:The team will have the opening ceremony on Saturday, July 24. The Cowboys’ first padded practice is Wednesday, July 28.The Cowboys play the Steelers in the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 5 before…

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