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FedEx asks Redskins to get rid of nickname
FedEx, which has naming rights to the stadium in which the Redskins play, has "communicated to the team in Washington our request that they change the team name."[read more]

Current N.Y. rules prohibits fans from stadiums
Current New York guidelines would prohibit fans from attending professional sporting events or even congregating outside stadiums.[read more]

Source: NFL to shorten preseason to two weeks
As the NFL continues to plot its 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic, it has elected to shorten the preseason to just two weeks.[read more]

Cam on contract: It's about respect, not money
Cam Newton's contract with the New England Patriots guarantees him only $550,000 this season, a source confirmed to ESPN, but the quarterback on Thursday indicated he's not out for money, just respect.[read more]

Source: NFL plans to play Black anthem Week 1
The NFL is considering a variety of measures during the upcoming season to recognize victims of recent police brutality, a source familiar with the league's discussions told The Undefeated on Thursday.[read more]

Sources: NFL camps likely to have fewer players
NFL teams will likely bring fewer than the customary 90 players to camp this year due to the coronavirus, sources told ESPN.[read more]

The Cam Newton-Bill Belichick marriage will come down to one thing -- winning
Can Cam Newton handle the Patriot Way? In truth, when it comes to what matters -- winning at all costs -- Newton and Bill Belichick have more in common than it might seem.[read more]

Barnwell: What went wrong for Baker Mayfield, and can he be fixed?
Mayfield took a step backward last season after a stellar rookie year. Here's how he could get back on track.[read more]

Colts counting on second-rounders to boost second-rate offense
The Colts have big plans for their two second-round picks, WR Michael Pittman Jr. and RB Jonathan Taylor.[read more]

Big nickel? Strong safety? Marquise Blair's possible fit on Seahawks' defense
The Seahawks went heavy base defense last year, but Blair could have them thinking about playing more nickel.[read more]