Falcons running back Devonta Freeman said Wednesday it was "motivation to me" when he was walking in his neighborhood this week and saw 82-year-old Eleanor Szendel struggling to empty the bag on her lawn mower.
Like an object of modern art, when studied from every angle over an extended number of days, the Cowboys' draft still fails to come easily into focus. From almost every view, it remains a puzzle, a confusing collection of parts tossed together that falls short on coherence or direction.
The district attorney who oversaw Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill's plea agreement for domestic abuse by strangulation that resulted in a deferred three-year sentence said the victim was consulted about and supportive of the arrangement.
When asked about concussions and his son playing football, the NFL's all-time leading rusher says he gets nervous watching his son play just like any other parent, but to take away his passion wouldn't be right. "I know how physical the sport is... I know how to protect my body and I know how to keep it healthy," said Smith.
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Emmitt Smith says he gets nervous about son playing football but "why would I steal his passion away?"
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