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Source: Seattle Seahawks reach deal with ex-Texans running back Carlos Hyde
Hyde, who turns 30 in September, scored six touchdowns and ran for a career-best 1,070 yards on 245 carries for the Houston Texans last season and played in all 16 games for the second time in his career. Over the past three seasons, Hyde has played for the San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and Texans.He has 5,079 total yards and 35 total touchdowns in six seasons.

Sources: New York Jets signing QB Joe Flacco to one-year deal
In 12 NFL seasons, he is 98-73 as a starter with 40,067 passing yards, 218 touchdowns and 141 interceptions.
During four games in the 2012 postseason, Flacco threw 11 touchdown passes without an interception as the Ravens went on to win Super Bowl XLVII.

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NHL adopts 24-team playoff if season returns

The NHL will abandon the rest of the regular season and go straight into the playoffs with 24 teams instead of 16 if it is able to resume play, commissioner Gary Bettman said Tuesday. "As we seek some return to normalcy, this is an important day for NHL fans," Bettman said of the Return To Play Plan. "Since March 12, we've been hopeful and optimistic that by developing all options and alternatives, we could get to this point. I know I join sports fans everywhere when I say we cannot wait for the players to hit the ice again." Bettman said the goal is to hold an 82-game season in 2020-21. While the players and the NHL have agreed on a format, the NHL Players' Association has not formally approved any actual return to finish the season. The league and the NHLPA also must still figure out health and safety protocols and solve other issues, including where to play.

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Goodbye, pass interference replay review:
Lessons learned from the NFL's failed officiating experiment

The NFL's half-baked idea to review pass interference is dead. The rule failed so miserably, in the words of league executive vice president Troy Vincent, that it won't so much as appear on the agenda for an owners conference call Thursday to vote on rule proposals.Writing its epitaph should be quick and easy. Addressing the still-present problem, and the core ineffectiveness it revealed, is a more difficult task, one that will be addressed by a new leadership team that is still forming. "At the end of the day," ESPN officiating analyst John Parry said, "the NFL does not have a safety net to fix a game-changing egregious miss heading into the 2020 season. That can't be in today's world." That's why coaches have long advocated for a sky judge with wide-ranging latitude to help, rather than making incremental additions to replay review. Even as he supported last season's rule, New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton predicted a long-term future with sky judges making real-time judgments and corrections.

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San Francisco 49ers to donate $1 million to groups 'creating change' after George Floyd's death
Saturday's announcement marks the second such known donation by the 49ers organization in the past four years to social justice causes. In September 2016, the Niners matched the $1 million donation made by 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to Bay Area charities.

Roger Goodell says 'there remains an urgent need for action' in wake of recent 'tragic events'
"The NFL family is greatly saddened by the tragic events across our country," Goodell said in his statement. "The protesters' reactions to these incidents reflect the pain, anger and frustration that so many of us feel."
 
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