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Bills’ Ed Oliver says he feels violated by unwarranted arrest – ESPN

Bills defensive tackle Ed Oliver said he felt violated when he was arrested in May on DUI and weapons charges that were eventually dropped.

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Why Don’t Patriots Coaches Ever Yell At James White? Jason McCourty Explains – NESN

James White’s value to the Patriots was never more evident than Sunday night when he was inactive in New England’s Week 2 loss.

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James White’s value to the Patriots never was more evident than Sunday night when he understandably was inactive in New England’s Week 2 loss to Seattle Seahawks due to the tragic death of his father, Tyrone, in a car accident.
Patriots pass-catching running backs typically feast on Seattle’s Cover-3 defense, but Rex Burkhead managed just four catches for 47 yards in Week 2. Sony Michel also was targeted but didn’t record a reception.
The amount of respect White has garnered on the Patriots an…

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Dees delist a family: Wagner brothers among three axed – AFL

Melbourne delists Corey Wagner, Josh Wagner and Kyle Dunkley

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NEITHER Wagner brother will be playing at Melbourne next season after the Demons delisted both Josh and Corey among three cuts announced on Wednesday. 
Last year’s NAB AFL Mid-Season Rookie draftee Kyle Dunkley, brother of Western Bulldog Josh, was the third player chopped in the initial list changes. 
WHO’S LEAVING? Your club’s retirements and delistings
The news means troubled utility Harley Bennell and former skipper Nathan Jones have survived, for now. 
Bennell copped a four-match suspen…

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Homesick Hawk retires, returns to Ireland – AFL

Hawthorn’s Conor Glass makes the decision to retire effective immediately

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IRISH Hawk Conor Glass has called time on his 21-game AFL career, making the decision to return home.
Glass, 22, was the first Irishman to represent Hawthorn after joining the club in 2015 as a Category B rookie.
Hawks chief of football Graham Wright said the draw of returning to Ireland was too much for the defender.
“Conor has spent four and a half years at Hawthorn and has been totally committed to his AFL career the whole way through,” said Wright.
“While he will be missed around the clu…

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