Cornerback is one of the positions the Redskins likely need to address in free agency, and two of the top players on the market have been signed. Moments after former Carolina Panthers cornerback James Bradberry reportedly inked a three-year deal with the New York Giants, former Dallas Cowboys star Byron Jones landed himself a lucrative deal as well. Jones is headed to Miami, signing a deal worth $17 million per year that will make him the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

There's a good chance you live in a state that already has legalized sports gambling, or will soon. There are 20 states that have legalized sports gambling since the 2018 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that each state could decide whether to allow sports betting. The world of sports betting has opened up to a whole new audience over the past couple years.

Jason Garrett may no longer be with the Dallas Cowboys, but he isn't leaving the NFC East anytime soon. The New York Giants hired Garrett to become their new offensive coordinator on Friday night, according to ESPN's Ed Werder. The 53-year-old was fired from Dallas this month after 10 seasons after he led the team to an 8-8 finish and missed the playoffs for the third time in five years.

Former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue joined a group of 12 who earned induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame's centennial 2020 class on Wednesday. Harold Carmichael, Jim Covert and Winston Hill were the first in the group announced to the Hall on Wednesday morning. They were followed by the induction of: NFL Films' Steve Sabol, pioneer Duke Slater, the Detroit Lions' Alex Karras, the Green Bay Packers' Bobby Dillon, the Pittsburgh Steelers' Donnie Shell, the Chicago Bears' Ed Sprinkle, the New York Giants' George Young, the Dallas Cowboys' Cliff Harris and the Cleveland Browns' Mac Speedie.

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Mike McCarthy won a Super Bowl and went to the playoffs eight straight years while coaching two-time MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The Dallas Cowboys are hoping for similar results from McCarthy with Dak Prescott. McCarthy, who won the title as Green Bay's coach at the home of the Cowboys nine years ago, has agreed to become the ninth coach in Dallas team history, a person with direct knowledge of the deal said Monday.

The Dallas Cowboys have quickly secured Mike McCarthy as departed head coach Jason Garrett's successor, according to widespread reports. The Cowboys missed out on the NFL playoffs this season and belatedly confirmed Garrett would be departing on Sunday, with his contract up on January 14. Having taken their time to dismiss the nine-year coach, Dallas moved swiftly to bring in the next man.

Mike McCarthy is the new head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. McCarthy confirmed to NFL Network on Monday he signed a contract and will officially be introduced as the replacement for Jason Garrett, who was officially informed his contract would not be renewed on Sunday. McCarthy, 56, had also met with the Cleveland Browns, New York Giants and Carolina Panthers.

Mike McCarthy won a Super Bowl and went to the playoffs eight straight years while coaching two-time MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The Dallas Cowboys are hoping for similar results from McCarthy with Dak Prescott. McCarthy, who won the title as Green Bay's coach at the home of the Cowboys nine years ago, has agreed to become the ninth coach in Dallas team history, a person with direct knowledge of the deal said Monday.

Former Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy and longtime Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis were interviewing with the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday, according to multiple outlets. The Cowboys don't officially have a vacancy, but Jason Garrett's contract expires on Jan. 14, and Dallas is reportedly interested in candidates with previous head-coaching experience. McCarthy, 56, has already met with the Cleveland Browns, New York Giants and Carolina Panthers.

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