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    Alex Smith announced his retirement Monday on Instagram, saying he still has plenty of snaps left in him but is calling it quits to enjoy time with his family.
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    After wearing the same uniforms since 2004, the Cincinnati Bengals are switching things up for 2021 and beyond. The team revealed new threads on Monday.
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    Less than three weeks after being released in a salary cap move, Carlos Dunlap is returning to the Seattle Seahawks on a two-year deal.
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