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Not only that, but according to ESPN, Winston will not be part of any offensive packages unless needed because of injury.

The coach who called the play had been fired at his alma mater and restarted as a college offensive coordinator.

His capable, if streaky, three-point shooting should also make him a good offensive fit alongside lead guards Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum.

Backup NFL offensive linemen are generally asked to be well versed in more than one position.

Indianapolis plucked Reich from the Philadelphia Eagles just five days after Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels reneged on his agreement to take the Colts job.

Almost as soon as the labels appeared during the lead-up to the election, lawmakers went on the offensive against them.

The blog post includes a handful of uncomfortable and offensive follow-ups to the first non-joke, including Brown saying that if a young girl in the audience had two fathers, Brown was “in the wrong state.”

Video showed Raiders offensive linemen at impermissible gatherings without masks within the team facility, that person previously said.

The defending NFC champs have been ravaged by injuries and will be missing perhaps their two most important offensive players in quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and tight end George Kittle.

Four offensive players for the San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford were placed on their teams’ covid-19 reserve lists Wednesday.

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