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Colts officially announce five new additions to their personnel department | Stampede Blue

Childress was an intern and scouting assistant for the Minnesota Vikings for five seasons (2006-2010) and spent the last two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs as the Senior Assistant to Head Coach Andy Reid.

Broncos coach declares running back job wide open | AP

"The running back position, you need two or three guys who can carry the load. It's no longer a one-guy position. So, I'm excited to have Jamaal, C.J., Book, even De'Angelo in the mix there. It's a good group. It's going to be competitive and that's the way it should be," Joseph said.

Chiefs rookie Tanoh Kpassagnon review: Giant edge? | Arrowhead Pride

Sometimes the draft makes you jump up and cheer. For example, when your team trades up to grab your favorite quarterback prospect exactly like you wanted.

Other times, the draft makes you scratch your head and say “huh?” For example, when your team drafts a guy that you have literally never heard of, with a name you can’t pronounce from a school you weren’t aware had football.

Tanoh Kpassagnon would fall into the latter category. But hey, before we get into all that, let’s watch Kpass (that’s what I’m sticking with, or Tanoh) erase a quarterback from existence.

Tom Brady to appear on Madden NFL 18 cover | Polygon

“I’m not one to believe in curses, so I’m ready to take the challenge head on like always,” Brady said, referring to the infamous Madden Curse. “It doesn’t stand a chance!!!”

NFL owners could vote to reduce OT to 10 minutes later this month | Denver Post

A proposal to reduce NFL overtime from 15 to 10 minutes in preseason and regular season games could be reconsidered by owners when they meet later this month in Chicago, according to multiple people familiar with the deliberations.

Freedom-South Riding hires former NFL player, Stone Bridge assistant as next football coach | The Washington Post

Belser played 11 seasons professionally, nine with the Indianapolis Colts and two with the Kansas City Chiefs. Belser grew up in nearby Raytown, Mo.

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