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First-graders send Doug Marrone tips to beat Patriots

Doug Marrone smiled wide, holding up a folder that could hold the keys to winning the AFC Championship. The folder came to Marrone from first-graders from the local Bolles School. The Jacksonville Jaguars coach brought it with him to his news conference on Thursday. "This has the answers that maybe I'm looking for on how…

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Mark Helfrich sees a lot of Mariota in Mitchell Trubisky

Chicago Bears new coach Matt Nagy tapped Mark Helfrich to be his offensive coordinator in an effort to develop a diverse offense, and, more importantly, help grow quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. The QB was the main topic of Helfrich's first meeting with the press on Thursday. Given that the Bears haven't had a Pro Bowl player…

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House Votes to Avert Government Shutdown

The House has passed a temporary government-wide funding bill that would avert a government shutdown this weekend. The measure still faces iffy prospects in the Senate, where Democrats are poised to block it in hopes of spurring slow-moving talks on immigration. The measure would keep the government running through Feb. 16. The government faces a…

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ATN Podcast: Conference championship preview

A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Gregg Rosenthal and Chris Wesseling -- preview the upcoming conference championship games, including the potential end of the road for the Jaguars (7:30). Is Tom Brady’s injury more severe than the team is letting on? (16:00) The heroes give their picks for the Jags-Pats game.…

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Tom Brady does not participate in practice Thursday

The worry in New England over Tom Brady's injured hand is starting to get more palpable. The New England Patriots announced Thursday that their future Hall of Fame quarterback, who was on the field in shoulder pads, a helmet and gloves, did not practice after jamming his right throwing hand in Wednesday's workout. Brady, for…

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Randy Fichtner replaces Todd Haley as Steelers OC

Todd Haley is out in Pittsburgh. The Steelers are allowing their offensive coordinator to walk, as first reported by NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport on Wednesday. Technically, it's not a firing as Haley's contract expired after the season, bringing his successful six-year run with the team to an end. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin confirmed…

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