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From the Arizona Cardinals playing the Green Bay Packers in 2009 to the Denver Broncos and the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011, playoff games have created countless unforgettable moments in football history.
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Report: Karlos Williams visits with the Jets
       
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Colts contract helps Antonio Cromartie make child support payment, avoid arrest
       
One day after signing a one-year contract with the Indianapolis Colts, Antonio Cromartie made good on an outstanding child support debt and was able to avoid a potential arrest. According to TMZ Sports, Cromartie, who has at least 12 children, was behind on child support payments for his first child. The cornerback was ordered to pay $4,000 per month beginning in Jan. 2016 for his oldest child and hadn’t paid. He even missed a court date in Florida last week according to TMZ, leading a judge to issue a warrant for his arrest on Tuesday. But Cromartie came through with a payment to the mother of the child on Tuesday to settle the dispute and have the warrant withdrawn. Cromartie’s one-year deal was for $3 million, with $250,000 guaranteed. He needs to make the team’s roster to receive the rest of the money, but all the injuries the Colts are dealing with should help his efforts. Though Cromartie has multiple children, as we saw with what he said last time, he does not appreciate you mocking him about
       
Breshad Perriman loses four pounds cutting his hair
       
Breshad Perriman cut his signature dreadlocks last month, and the resulting effect was a noticeable loss in weight. The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver says that he felt lighter after cutting his hair. He also noted that when he stepped on the scale, it showed a loss of about 3-4 pounds. “I feel much lighter,” Perriman told ESPN’s Jamison Hensley. “Once I cut it, I weighed myself, and I lost three or four pounds. It was crazy.” Perriman shared this photo on Twitter July 21 which shows his new bald look: New seasons... New beginnings! #baldlife lol pic.twitter.com/5m3kWmMH6T — Breshad Perriman (@B_Perriman11) July 21, 2016 Prior to that, his hair went down to his shoulders: Here's my @PaniniAmerica #GameFace #WhoDoYouCollect #NFLPARookiePremiere A photo posted by Breshad Perriman (@b_perriman11) on May 30, 2015 at 2:49pm PDT Perriman missed all of his rookie season due to knee problems and is hoping to be ready for the start of the season. For his next move, the Ravens shou
       
Demaryius Thomas has perfect response to Josh Norman’s criticism
       
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas was held to just one catch in Super Bowl 50, and Josh Norman, who had him in coverage, is still boasting about it. Thomas was targeted six times, but only had one reception, and Norman hasn’t forgotten about it. He recently declared himself “the best cornerback on Earth,” and also made sure to let the world know what happened back in February when the two stars were lined up opposite one another. “I don’t know what he was out there for,” Norman said. “He was supposed to be an all-world guy, and I shut him down.” It’s nice to brag about your personal achievements, but the Broncos emerged victorious in that game and were crowned world champions. Thomas made sure to remind Norman of that on Tuesday, delivering the perfect response to the mouthy cornerback. Where yours at young fella?? @J_No24
       
Julio Jones: It would be hard for Usain Bolt to ‘really pull away from guys in football’
       
Julio Jones isn’t convinced the fastest man alive would be suited to play in the NFL. The Atlanta Falcons wide receiver was speaking to Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com and discussed Bolt’s dominance. Jones was complimentary of Bolt’s amazing quickness. “Wooo … wooo,” Jones said, marveling at Bolt’s blazing speed. “Bolt, he’s amazing. Amazing what he can do out there as far as his speed and the length. (He’s) 6-5, I think. Those guys, once he opens up, they really don’t stand a chance, just how much ground he covers when he gets going. But he’s very impressive. Knowing he’s going to win, you still watch it. It’s exciting, though.” Despite being a fan of the nine-time gold medalist, Jones wasn’t ready to say Bolt could transition from the track to the NFL. “You’ve got to have that burst to get going,” Jones said. “Like (U.S. sprinter) Justin Gatlin. Justin Gatlin gets out quick. There’s like a bunch of Justin Gatlins in football. They get to that speed quick and th
       
Josh Gordon wants to remain with Cleveland Browns
       
Multiple teams have reached out to the Cleveland Browns about the possibility of trading for wide receiver Josh Gordon, but he doesn’t want to go anywhere. Gordon will serve a suspension and is set to sit out the first four games of the season, as he is eligible to return in Week 5 against the Patriots. It seems like he wants to play in that game, with his current team, which he indicated to Tony Grossi of ESPN.com. “Cleveland is my team. That’s where I want to be,” Gordon said. “(Browns owner Jimmy) Haslam, the organization, coach (Hue) Jackson, I think the world of those guys, this city, this organization. They’re showing me the love and respect back to me by allowing me to stay here up to this point. “I expect to move forward with that. I’m excited about it. This is where I want to be and I’m happy to be with Cleveland.” Even under a new regime, with no-nonsense head coach Hue Jackson calling the shots, it seems likely that Gordon will get his wish and will remain with the team.
       
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Washington's Josh Norman speaks candidly about multiple NFL talking points
       
Washington cornerback Josh Norman didn’t hold back in an interview with ESPN’s Kevin Van Valkenburg. The 28-year-old All-Pro stirred things up with his comments on multiple NFL talking points. After getting into a near brawl with New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. last season, Norman says Beckham has lost the respect of his peers and will be wearing a target this year: “Everybody saw what he was,” he says. “People from around the league were coming up to me afterward and saying, ‘He does that crap all the time.’ He lost so much respect from people for that little tantrum. I’ve already got a couple people telling me, ‘OK, I’ve got a hit out on him.’ It’s going to be rough for him this year. And he brought it on himself. “He’s skilled and talented,” Norman says. “I won’t take that away from him. But he’s never been through any adversity in his life. It’s like, when are you ever going to grow up?” On the topic of Sam Bradford, Norman ripped the Philadelphi
       
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