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UPDATE 1-NFL-Lions become fourth team to opt out of voluntary workouts over COVID-19 concerns

April 14 (Reuters) - The Detroit Lions became the fourth National Football League team to opt out of in-person voluntary workouts, citing concerns over COVID-19, as a rift emerged between the league and its players' union over off-season protocols. More »

 

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Bucs re-sign DT Steve McLendon to one-year deal

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers re-signed nose tackle Steve McLendon to a one-year deal, the team announced Wednesday. More »

 

Browns sign former top overall pick Jadeveon Clowney

Three-time Pro Bowl pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney signed a contract with the Cleveland Browns, the team announced Wednesday. More »

 

Browns sign former top overall pick Jadeveon Clowney

Three-time Pro Bowl pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney signed a contract with the Cleveland Browns, the team announced Wednesday. More »

 

Assault charges expected against Rams DT Aaron Donald

Assault charges were expected to be filed against All-Pro Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald for an alleged incident that occurred in the early morning hours on Sunday, Pittsburgh's KDKA Channel 2 reported. More »

 

Lions become fourth team to opt out of voluntary workouts over COVID-19 concerns

(Reuters) - The Detroit Lions became the fourth National Football League team to opt out of in-person voluntary workouts, citing concerns over COVID-19, as a rift emerged between the league and its players' union over off-season protocols. More »

 

One accuser drops suit against Deshaun Watson, 21 remain

One of the 22 women who formally accused Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson of sexual assault and harassment is dropping her name and accusations from the case due to privacy and security concerns, court documents revealed Wednesday. More »

 

Broncos, Seahawks to skip voluntary in-person workouts

Players from the Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers issued statements through the NFL Players Association on Tuesday announcing they will not participate in voluntary in-person organized team activities this spring due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. More »

 

Ford, GM among Michigan companies opposing Republican-backed voting limits

(Reuters) - The top executives of more than three dozen Michigan-based companies, including General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co, on Tuesday issued a joint statement opposing Republican-backed legislation to restrict voting. More »

 

Broncos, Seahawks to skip voluntary in-person workouts

Players from the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks issued statements through the NFL Players Association on Tuesday announcing they will not participate in voluntary in-person organized team activities this spring due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. More »

 

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