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Former ‘Nole Devonta Freeman hits the jackpot

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For the second time in the past two weeks, two former Florida State Seminoles have landed lucrative contract extensions to stay with the current teams. On Wednesday, Atlanta Falcons Pro-Bowl running back Devonta Freeman became the highest-paid running back in the NFL

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Effort was there, victory was not for Jaguars

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Sometimes even a strong effort is not enough. That describes the Jacksonville Jaguars’ Sunday afternoon in Buffalo. Despite the defense playing aggressive football, there was not quite enough offense for the Jaguars to break their long losing streak. The Bills came away with a 28-21 victory at Ralph Wilson Stadium sending Jacksonville to their sixth straight loss. The Bills came into the game as the leading rushing team in the NFL. For most of the day, Jacksonville did a good…

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Former Clemson, FSU stars team up to blast Dolphins

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On Saturday, Clemson and Florida State were opponents as the Tigers beat the Seminoles, 23-13. On Sunday, a former Tiger and a former Seminole teamed up to help the Buffalo Bills smack the Miami Dolphins, 33-17. Sammy Watkins, a former Clemson standout, must have found some extra inspiration from his former school’s success. He torched the Dolphins secondary with 8 catches for 168 receiving years and a huge touchdown. Karlos Williams, the former Seminole, rushed for 110 yards and 2…

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Colts out of Luck; Karlos Williams, Percy Harvin lead Bills to big win

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The Buffalo Bills began the Rex Ryan era in impressive fashion on Sunday with a 27-14 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. The Bills, under first-year coach Ryan, were led by quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who completed 14 of 19 passes for 195 yards and one touchdown. Taylor beat out former Florida State Seminole E.J. Manuel for the starting job. Florida State was well represented in the game anyway. In his first NFL start, running back Karlos Williams outshone his Pro Bowl…

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Some well-known NFL players face inevitable decline in 2015

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Whether it’s switching teams, losing teammates, injuries or just getting old, every year some well-known NFL players take a step back. That’s not even counting players who were one-year wonders. It’s tough to follow up record-setting seasons. It’s also difficult to keep performing at a high level year after year. Sometimes it takes a while to adjust to a different offense or a new coaching staff. Whatever the reason, decline is inevitable. Some players whose stats might trend downward in…

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