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Broncos star Tevita Pangai Jr’s $650k contract ‘to be torn up’ over barber shop bubble breach – Fox Sports

Brisbane Broncos forward Tevita Pangai Jr will reportedly be sacked by the club for breaching COVID-19 protocols.

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Ask Kyle: Would the Lions fire Matt Patricia by the bye week? – MLive.com

The Lions are already spiraling after opening the season with back-to-back losses against NFC North rivals.

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ALLEN PARK — Matt Patricia headed into 2020 sitting on perhaps the hottest seat in the NFL. Now the Detroit Lions are 0-2 after blowing two more double-digit leads, and the temperature is rising. Theres no getting around that, so might as well start there in this weeks mailbag.
As always, thanks to everyone who sent in questions. Well be back same day, same time-ish, next week. Questions can be tweeted here or emailed to [email protected]
Q: What are the odds the Fords would fire Matt Patri…

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Colby Covington says LeBron James couldn’t ‘last 10 seconds with me’ after NBA players jump to star’s defense – Fox News

UFC fighter Colby Covington isn’t backing down from his public spat with LeBron James.

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UFC fighter Colby Covington isn’t backing down from his public spat with LeBron James.
Covington took to Twitter on Monday to say that the Los Angeles Lakers star couldn’t “last 10 seconds with me” after several NBA players took aim at him on social media for calling James a “spineless coward” after his fight with Tyron Woodley.
UFC’S COLBY COVINGTON CALLS OUT LEBRON JAMES AS ‘SPINELESS COWARD’ AFTER VICTORY
“LOL at the snowflakes that believe @KingJames could even last 10 seconds with me!” h…

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Why did the Cowboys go for 2 down 9 points against the Falcons? It’s all about knowing the future – ESPN

Dallas coach Mike McCarthy’s decision to go for an early 2-point conversion — even after it failed — helped his team win the game.

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We can marvel at how unlikely the Dallas Cowboys’ 40-39 comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons was in Week 2, but what’s really fascinating is how it was even possible. I’m not talking about just the onside-kick recovery. I’m talking about how that sequence of events ever came about.
Down by 15 points with just under five minutes to play, Dak Prescott hit Dalton Schultz for a 10-yard touchdown pass. The Cowboys now trailed by nine points, pending either the extra point or a 2-point attempt. Conv…

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