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Horse Tracks: 2018 Mile High Report Media Madness Bracket - Elite 8 [VOTE]

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Eight remaining contenders face off to determine regional champions. Your vote determines who will advance to the final four.

Baltimore Ravens v Denver Broncos Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images

In the Former Broncos region, DeMarcus Ware and Terrell Davis face off in a battle of Broncos Super Bowl victors. In the Former NFL Players region, Tony Romo looks to unseat last year’s regional champion, Kurt Warner. In the National Personalities region, 2017 regional champion, Adam Schefter, is going to duke it out against NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport in the battle of breaking news.

Then there’s the Local Media region. For the second year in a row, Brandon Perna and Vic Lombardi will lock horns. Will Brandon claim this region again or does Vic have something up his sleeve?

Voting will remain open until Tuesday, March 6th at 5:00am MT.

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HORSE TRACKS

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2018 NFL Combine: Marcus Davenport, Shaquem Griffin crush their workouts - CBSSports.com
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Ryan Shazier: 'I'm going to come back and play' - NFL.com
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Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell gets support from Maurkice Pouncey in quest for new contract
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Patriots brace for Nate Solder to leave – ProFootballTalk
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Report: Bucs, Browns talked to Rams about trading for Robert Quinn – ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers and the Browns both tried to broker a trade for pass-rusher Robert Quinn before the Rams sent him to Miami, ESPN reports. The Dolphins gave up fourth- and sixth-round picks for Quinn, who has a $12.4 million cap hit for 2018.

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The tag deadline arrives on Tuesday, in only two days. And only two guys have been tagged since the window opened 12 days ago. On the first day, the Dolphins applied the franchise tag to receiver Jarvis Landry. More recently, the Lions used the franchise tag on defensive end Ziggy Ansah.

Vinny Curry’s $9 million salary may be too much for the Eagles – ProFootballTalk
The Super Bowl-champion Eagles don't have much salary cap space heading into 2018, and so an expensive veteran may be on the way out. The Eagles want to get defensive end Vinny Curry to agree to a new contract, and if he doesn't, they may cut him or trade him, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Net...

Report: Jets, Colts possible destinations for one of Patriots' best offensive players - CBSSports.com
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Jerry Jones: Ezekiel Elliott was given the highest level of punishment for what he did - CBSSports.com
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