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Ticket sellers voice support for 'all-in' pricing
Three of the country's biggest ticket sellers told a congressional committee Wednesday that they would support a federal mandate to disclose "all-in" ticket prices, meaning ticketing fees would be revealed up front to fans.[read more]

Rodgers: CBA dissent based on Pack teammates
Aaron Rodgers revealed he was one of the 14 dissenters among the 32 NFL player representatives who narrowly voted Tuesday to send the new collective bargaining agreement to the full union membership.[read more]

Former QB Boykin gets prison for beating woman
Former TCU and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Trevone Boykin was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty Wednesday to charges from the 2018 beating of his girlfriend.[read more]

Zimmer expects Vikings to re-sign DE Griffen
Coach Mike Zimmer says the Vikings met with the agent for defensive end Everson Griffen and expect to re-sign the Pro Bowler for 2020.[read more]

Redskins like Haskins, but pondering all options
While Redskins coach Ron Rivera says he remains excited about developing quarterback Dwayne Haskins, he said Wednesday that "everything is an option" regarding the position. The team will host pre-draft visits with Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow.[read more]

McCarthy: Prescott is QB to get Dallas a title
Mike McCarthy thinks Dak Prescott can do for the Cowboys what Aaron Rodgers did for the Packers: win a title.[read more]

Russell Wilson, other NFL players come out against new CBA
Some big-name players came out against the CBA in the hours after it was passed.[read more]

Tom Brady's 'favorite' NFL combine picture celebrates 20th birthday
Looking back at the future Hall of Famer's humble beginnings at the 2000 combine.[read more]

Giants cut captain Ogletree, save $8.25M vs. cap
The Giants have released Alec Ogletree, who was slated to be one of the highest-paid inside linebackers in the NFL.[read more]

Exploring Alshon Jeffery's potential split with the Eagles
Signs point to Philly parting ways with the injured vet, but the financial hit could change the math.[read more]