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Herd Hierarchy: Colin’s Top 10 NFL teams after 2019-20 Week 13

FOX Sports Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
Herd Hierarchy: Colin’s Top 10 NFL teams after 2019-20 Week 13Week 13 of the NFL season is officially done and Colin Cowherd is ready to rank the league's top-10 teams. Hear who Colin has in his weekly Herd Hierarchy.
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Detroit Lions Pass on Signing Colin Kaepernick. Although the Lions were one of eight teams to attend Kaepernick's workout last month. the team will not be adding the quarterback to its roster. The Lions signed Kyle Sloter from the Arizona Cardinals' practice squad. and added Joe Callahan to the...

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