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Nick Mangold “not closing the door” on playing

Center Nick Mangold didn’t play at all in 2017 and said in October that the foot injury that sent him to injured reserve in 2016 hadn’t healed to the point that he’d be able to play at a high level. That seemed like a precursor to a retirement announcement for the longtime Jet, but the year [more]
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American Football / NFL : ProFootballTalk

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American Football / NFL : NFL Nation Blog

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American Football / NFL : Shutdown Corner

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American Football / NFL : EndZoneScore

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American Football / NFL : USAToday: NFL

The New York Jets placed Nick Mangold on injured reserve with an ankle injury, ending the star center's season and possibly his tenure with the only NFL team he has played for        


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