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Rock-solid buy: Ex-WWE star, group to own XFL
Former WWE star Dwayne Johnson leads an investor group that has agreed to purchase the XFL.[read more]

Will there be an XFL season in 2021? Here's what we know after the sale
Who will be involved in the XFL 3.0? How will the league look? Will it play football in 2021? We answer the biggest lingering questions from Monday's sale.[read more]

New York Giants coach Joe Judge enters the ultimate honeymoon season
New York's first-year coach only needs to show modest progress this season while he overhauls the roster under challenging circumstances.[read more]

Best of Wednesday at NFL training camps: Washington's new look, who's missing and who's back
Washington showed off numbers on its new helmets, and Jarvis Landry got real excited about the Browns' new duds. Check out the top photos, videos, quotes and notes from the NFL on Wednesday.[read more]

Bills' Diggs denies he forced way out of Minny
New Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs denies that he forced his way out of Minnesota.[read more]

Vikes-Raiders trade nixed after Hall fails physical
P.J. Hall, who was traded to the Vikings for a conditional 2021 seventh-round pick, failed his physical and will go back to the Raiders, who are expected to cut him.[read more]

WR Benjamin first 49ers player to opt out
San Francisco wide receiver Travis Benjamin announced he is opting out of the 2020 NFL season Tuesday night, becoming the first member of the 49ers to do so.[read more]

Suspended Cowboys DE Gregory 'in limbo,' irked
Saying that he really misses "playing football and being a player in the NFL," Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory took to social media Wednesday while he awaits reinstatement.[read more]

Wilson becomes second Dolphins WR to opt out
Miami's Albert Wilson was the second Dolphins receiver in as many days to opt out. Allen Hurns decided on Tuesday that he won't play in 2020.[read more]

Patient Titans still waiting on linebacker Beasley
As the Titans march on with training camp, coach Mike Vrabel is waiting patiently for the arrival of linebacker Vic Beasley, with Vrabel saying we "want to coach him and want him to be a part of the football team."[read more]