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Johnny Manziel's Lawyer Seeks Plea Deal, Doubts Manziel Can Stay CleanAn attorney handling Johnny Manziel's domestic violence case expressed doubts about the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback's ability to stay clean.
Fantasy Sports Bill Clears Pa. House CommitteeA state House committee Wednesday morning advanced a bill that would legalize and regulate fantasy sports betting in Pennsylvania.
Former Eagles Safety Walter Thurmond Poses As Local Softball Stud, Dick MahoneyFormer Eagles safety Walter Thurmond fooled a local softball team, played for them and no one knew it was him.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | June 8Chris covered Hillary Clinton locking up the Democratic nomination, what Bernie Sanders does next, and Donald Trump losing support in the Republican party. He talked with John Hayward from Breitbart at 6:20 and AB Stoddard from the Hill at 7:20 about the race for the White House and Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about the latest regarding the soda tax and the saga of DA Seth Williams' ex-wife.
NFL Twitter Account HackedRoger Goodell is alive and well.
Court Won't Reconsider Ruling On NFL Concussions SettlementA federal appeals court in Philadelphia says it won't reconsider a ruling that upholds the potential $1 billion settlement of NFL concussion claims.
Ray Rice Addresses Ravens RookiesThe Baltimore Ravens invited Ray Rice to be a guest speaker and address their new crop of rookies.
Penalty Enforcement, Clock Reviewable Under Approved NFL Replay ChangesThere is a new 'game administration' category for penalty enforcement, proper down, spot of a foul, and status of the game clock.
Chad Johnson: 'I Still Like Sam Bradford As A Quarterback'Chad Johnson, 38, went to six Pro Bowls, tallied 10,000 receiving yards, and spent seven days in jail.
Keidel: Watching Football Is So Much Better NowEvery generation thinks their football players and teams were the greatest. But no one would trade today's football TV-watching experience.
NFL To Return $724,000 That Taxpayers Spent On 'Paid Patriotism'The NFL is returning $724,000 it was paid by the Defense Department to host patriotic celebrations at games.
Eagles Busy As Sam Bradford ReturnsSam Bradford isn't the only Eagle back in town this week.

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