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Tom Brady Shares His Old Resume, Revealing His Dumb Summer Jobs [PHOTO]

A lot of teenagers do construction work in the summers to earn some cash for the following school year. Even future three-time-Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks, it turns out.

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Is Trevor Knight for Real? Plus 4 More Big Questions for Week 4 in College Football

It’s getting to be that fun time of year when the air starts turning a bit cooler and we get our first meaningful conference games. Here are some of the big storylines this week.

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The Seahawks Won’t Go Undefeated & Other Things We Learned From Week 2 In The NFL

After a week filled with off-the-field controversies, the NFL focused on football on Sunday. Upsets, injuries and amazing comebacks became the biggest storylines of Week 2. Here's a recap of this week's action:

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College Football Week 3 Preview: How Bad Is the Big Ten & 4 More Questions

Look, it's early, which usually means a lack of big games. But that doesn't mean we can't still have some fun this weekend. Here are the big questions going into Week 3:

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Eagles-Colts Should Be a Shootout & Other Things You Need To Know About Week 2 In The NFL

Another full slate of games are on tap for football fans this week, but only a few are marquee matchups. Here's what you need to know heading into Week 2.

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Defiant Roger Goodell Insists NFL Didn’t See Ray Rice Video [VIDEO]

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell continues to stand by his claim no one from the league saw the video of Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancee, Janay Palmer (now his wife, Janay Rice).

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The Patriots Are In Last Place & Other Things We Learned From Week 1 In The NFL

The 2014 NFL season marked its first full Sunday of games with a 400-yard passing performance, two overtime games and three big upsets. Here are the day's most interesting facts:

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Seahawks Dominate Packers, 36-16, In 2014 NFL Season Opener

Marshawn Lynch ran for 110 yards and two touchdowns, and the Seahawks bullied the Green Bay Packers, 36-16, in Seattle to win the opening game of the 2014 NFL season.

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College Football 2014: What We Learned In Week 1

Week 1 is (nearly) in the books and the season got off to an exciting start with lots of top teams playing closer-than-expected games. Here are some things we learned this week.
The Top Ten Has a Lot of Question Marks
While there were no major upsets this weekend, that’s not to say that we didn’t see some red flags surrounding some of the nation’s top teams

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Kid Wearing Popcorn-Bucket Hat Gets Drilled by Foul Ball, Falls Onto Field

The lesson here, clearly, is don't put stupid stuff on your head in a desperate, misguided attempt to get on television. Your plan just might work.

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