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State Your Case: Why Ruben Brown deserves a closer look

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Carson: “I wouldn’t have made it without Schottenheimer”

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Rick Gosselin: Ranking best, worst of 2016 special teams

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Mike Pereira, who once headed the NFL’s officiating department and now works for FOX, explains why this might be the most critical offseason for NFL officiating and rules.

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Why former Chargers’ running back Paul Lowe deserves an audience with Pro Football Hall of Fame voters.

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There are 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015, and two of them are safeties — Brian Dawkins and John Lynch. Both were finalists last year, and both were top-10 finalists … meaning they’re one step away from a gold jacket. But one almost certainly precedes the other. Granted, it’s …

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It took over four decades, but finally … mercifully … the Minnesota Vikings have their own Hail Mary. And you know what? It was worth the wait. Yes, 42 years and three weeks after Drew Pearson and the Dallas Cowboys victimized the Vikes in the divisional round of the 1975 playoffs, the Hail Mary somehow …

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The NFC championship won’t be decided for another week. So why does Sunday’s New Orleans-Minnesota divisional face-off feel like that game?

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San Francisco GM John Lynch admits what others already believe: That despite a limited resume, Jimmy Garoppolo is “a franchise quarterback.”

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Hall-of-Fame finalist John Lynch, now the 49ers’ general manager, describes what he envisions as a Hall-of-Fame safety.

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Look no farther than quarterback for why the Philadelphia Eagles, the NFC’s top seed, are underdogs in their first playoff appearance.

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Carolina-New Orleans is the featured game of the NFL’s wildcard weekend.

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The Talk of Fame Network announces its 2017 NFL awards, with the L.A. Rams one of the biggest winners.

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Why Pro Football Hall-of-Fame voters need to wake up to the candidacies of former safeties LeRoy Butler and Steve Atwater, both first-team all-decade choices.

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Former cornerback Everson Walls is the surprise choice as one of the 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018, a group that was announced Tuesday night.

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Hall-of-Fame semifinalist Steve Atwater believes the induction of Seattle’s Kenny Easley in 2017 will open the doors in Canton to more safeties in the future.

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Former Green Bay safety LeRoy Butler says he was “elated” and “shocked” when he heard he finally made the cut as a Hall-of-Fame semifinalist.

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Staying home for the playoffs is more than an advantage for New England. It’s a virtual free pass to the Super Bowl.

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