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Patrick Mahomes Details How Travis Kelce Saved KC Season


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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce had eight receptions and a TD against the BIlls.

We all know Travis Kelce helped the Kansas City Chiefs win their overtime thriller against the the Buffalo Bills on January 23 with his toe-tapping walk-off touchdown. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes said that the tight end’s football awareness also saved the game.

Rewind back to eight seconds on the clock in regulation. Mahomes had just hit Tyreek Hill for a 19-yard strike on first down, setting up a do-or-die moment from the Chiefs’ 44-yard line.

It was the stuff legends are made of, and Kansas City may never see another combination as clutch and legendary as Mahomes to Kelce. The conversion itself was unbelievable but the explanation from the QB only added to its greatness.

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Details Emerge From Cowboys’ Situation With Mike McCarthy

Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy on the field.

Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy on the field.

COVID-19 is ravaging the Dallas Cowboys this week. On Monday, news broke that head coach Mike McCarthy tested positive for the virus. Now Dallas is experiencing even more COVID-related fallout.

Per ESPN’s Todd Archer, a number of Cowboys players and coaches are in the league’s COVID protocols.

According to Archer, “Terence Steele, Mike McCarthy, Joe Philbin, Jeff Blasko, Scott Tolzein, Harold Nash, Kendall Smith, [and] Cedric Smith,” reportedly tested positive.

“Only Cedric Smith, assistant strength and conditioning coach, could be back by Thursday,” Archer reported.

This is obviously not the news a Dallas Cowboys team that’s lost two games in as many weeks wanted. Last season, Dallas was able to avoid COVID mishaps for the most part. But this year is another story.

On the player side: Zack Martin, Keanu Neal, Amari Cooper, Randy Gregory, Greg Zuerlein, Brandon Knight, and

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Details Have Emerge From Bryce Young’s Massive Deals

Bryce Young under center for Alabama.

Bryce Young under center for Alabama.

Alabama quarterback Bryce Young is all set to become a very rich man thanks to the NCAA’s new NIL rules. And the money is already pouring in.

According to ESPN’s Alex Scarborough, Young has already signed multiple deals worth a pretty penny. He’s reportedly earned upwards of $800,000 just from deals that he’s signed.

Per the report, Young has even more offers on the table that he has yet to agree on. If and when he signs those deals, he will become a millionaire.

Among Young’s current NIL sponsors are Cash App, Leaf, Wild Card and Onyx. Not bad for a guy who just turned 20 this past week.

But the biggest dollars are likely to come in the form of NFL contracts, which Bryce Young is no doubt striving for. He won’t get a better platform to get there than as the

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Packers Tight End Details His Conversations With Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Sunday against Tampa Bay.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Sunday against Tampa Bay.

Green Bay Packers tight end Robert Tonyan considers himself a good friend to Aaron Rodgers. The two have talked often throughout the offseason.

However, Tonyan admitted on Friday that they haven’t gotten into the business side of things.

“That’s not a part of our friendship. We just leave that to the businessmen,” Tonyan said on the Rich Eisen Show. “… Aaron’s been the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers for 16 years. I’ve been the tight end for four years. I think that’s above my pay grade. I don’t want to talk for him and all that stuff. That’s just a business thing. I’m just going to continue to get better and play tight end for the Green Bay Packers. If, when or whatever happens and Aaron comes back, I’m ready, and there’s no gray area with

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