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Raiders sign free-agent vet linebacker Burnett Updated Mar 17, 2013
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -- The Oakland Raiders have signed free agent linebacker Kevin Burnett, continuing their offseason makeover of the defense.
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  • Setting the record straight from NFL annual meeting Mar 17, 2013
    PHOENIX -- The NFL's annual meetings kicks off early Monday morning with meetings and discussions and votes on an array of topics. The meetins will also serve as a way from Dolphins people to talk directly with the media that covers them. The talk is ne…
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  • Dannell Ellerbe may have leaked the Dolphins’ new logo Mar 17, 2013
    After the Dolphins signed receiver Brian Hartline, some thought that the team’s new logo inadvertently was leaked via the etching in the table at which Hartline applied his Hancock. It wasn’t. But new Dolphins linebacker Dannell Ellerbe possibly took
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  • Jake Long contemplating Rams, Dolphins Mar 17, 2013
    Could four-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jake Long return to the Miami Dolphins? It now appears to be a two-team race for Long's services. NFL Network reports Long is contemplating offers from the Dolphins and St. Louis Rams this weekend. He spent three day…
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  • Richie Incognito really doesn’t want Jake Long to leave Dolphins

    Social media campaigns have led to Betty White hosting Saturday Night Live and brought help to other causes benefitting bigger groups of people, which may be why Dolphins guard Richie Incognito has started one to keep tackle Jake Long in Miami. Incognit…
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  • Reggie Bush says the Dolphins didn’t want to keep him Mar 17, 2013
    The Dolphins have spent a lot of money on free agents in the last week, but they weren’t offering any money at all to one of their own free agents, Reggie Bush. Bush told Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post that the Dolphins never approached him with an of
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