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  1. Guide to Titans-Chiefs, Packers-49ers: Picks, bold predictions, key matchups, more

    What to watch for in both games. Matchup breakdowns. Stats to know. And, of course, score predictions. It's all here for the NFL conference championships.
  2. Burrow would be happy with Bengals, says dad

    Joe Burrow's father, who lives in Ohio, says his son would be happy to be drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals.
  3. Murray: Could play in NFL, MLB at same time

    Cardinals QB Kyler Murray says he's still focused on football, but he says he thinks "it would be fun" to play professional baseball at the same time. "Athletically, I think, yeah, I could do it," he said.
  4. NFLPA: Significant hurdles remain for new CBA

    Significant issues remain before the NFL and the players' association can agree on a new collective bargaining agreement, NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith told his members in a letter.
  5. Source: AB's agent terminating relationship

    Agent Drew Rosenhaus conditionally terminated his relationship with Antonio Brown until the free-agent receiver seeks counseling, according to an NFLPA source.
  6. New Orleans police issue arrest warrant for OBJ

    The New Orleans Police Department has issued an arrest warrant accusing Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr. of simple battery of a Superdome security officer.
  7. McCarthy lets Moore keep calling Cowboys' plays

    New Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said he'd continue to have Kellen Moore call plays on offense because "I wanted to make sure we were able to capitalize on what has been established here."
  8. Matt LaFleur vs. Robert Saleh: Best man stands in way of Super Bowl berth

    LaFleur was best man in his wedding. Saleh helped him get his start in the NFL. Now LaFleur, the Packers' offensive playcaller, will have to beat Saleh, the 49ers' defensive coordinator, to get to the Super Bowl.
  9. Rookie Mitch Wishnowsky would've done almost anything to become an NFL punter

    Including sleeping on his gym's bathroom floor. This is his unlikely journey from Australia to the NFL.
  10. Chiefs sound drained at mere prospect of facing Derrick Henry again

    For the Chiefs to reach the Super Bowl, they'll need to find a way to slow down Henry, especially in the second half.