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  • Bills center rages at rookie after training camp fight

    Everybody's getting a little chippy at training camp these days.

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers' top two running backs busted for marijuana

    Well, at least there are no concerns about lack of chemistry in the Pittsburgh Steelers' running backs meeting room. Top two tailbacks Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount were hanging out together after hours on Wednesday. A little bonding experience. The only problem was they had 20 grams of…

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  • Expert Half-PPR Mock Draft

    Patrick Daugherty breaks down a 12-team, 16-round, half-PPR mock draft.

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  • Levi's Stadium turf being torn out after safety issues at 49ers practice

    Levi's Stadium, the brand-new home of the San Francisco 49ers, might be one of the more fan-friendly spots in the NFL, but that kind of gets overshadowed if the turf is unusable for playing football. The 49ers cut short their practice on Wednesday, attended by thousands of fans, because of safety…

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  • Cowboys shuffle LBs with McClain skipping workouts

    One day Rolando McClain is getting first-team work with the Dallas defense after owner Jerry Jones offers yet another hopeful plug that the former top 10 pick can fill a big void at linebacker. The next, McClain is sitting out practice again, raising more questions about the desire of a player who…

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  • Top Injury Risks

    Get a Draft Guide sneak peak at Jonathan Bales' analysis of this year's top injury risks.

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  • Jerry Jones, DeAngelo Hall blame Seattle Seahawks for increased penalties

    Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall say that the Seattle Seahawks and their physical style of play last season are the reason why referees are calling defensive penalties like crazy this preseason.

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  • NFL claims immunity in Oakland Raiderette cheerleader lawsuit

    The NFL does not believe it has responsibility in a lawsuit involving the Oakland Raiders' cheerleaders.

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  • Redskins' RG3 stands by latest social media post

    ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- Robert Griffin III on Thursday stood by his latest retort against naysayers and said he has no plans to shut down his social media presence, pointing out that ''there are 1.1 million people on Twitter'' interested in what he has to say.

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  • Rivera: Panthers OL rounding into shape

    While he's not quite ready to name starters, Panthers coach Ron Rivera is pleased with how his offensive line has progressed following an offseason of change. The Panthers lost four offensive linemen from last year's roster to retirement, including longtime left tackle Jordan Gross. ''That's a…

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  • Fantasy Watch: NFC West

    Patrick Daugherty breaks down the top targets, players to avoid and late-round fliers in the NFC West.

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  • Familiar faces for Packers QB Aaron Rodgers

    Aaron Rodgers likes what he sees when he looks around the Green Bay Packers' No. 1 offense: Familiar faces. With running back Eddie Lacy in the backfield, top wide receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb entrenched and first-year starting center JC Tretter established as the clear-cut choice in the…

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  • Chip Kelly with the Ice Bucket challenge to end all others, dives in a pool

    Even after only one NFL season, Chip Kelly has been hailed as one of the true innovators in the game. Not just as a football coach, either, it appears.

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  • Texans-Broncos practice features chippy moments

    Denver Broncos right tackle Chris Clark took exception when J.J. Watt pushed him around in a 1-on-1 pass-rushing drill and kept right on motoring toward the imaginary quarterback. Clark finally broke free with a swipe at the Houston Texans star that sent the pass rusher's helmet bouncing on the…

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  • Preseason Winners

    Adam Levitan uses camp reports, preseason usage and preseason performance to come up with players on the rise in August.

    Rotoworld
  • Tim Shaw's ALS diagnosis raises fears of connection to playing football

    Another recent NFL player has been diagnosed with ALS. Tim Shaw, a special-teams ace with four NFL teams, announced on Tuesday that he is the latest former player to be stricken by the horrible disease.

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    Fantasy impact of Hoyer being named the starter

    NFL Media's Senior Fantasy Analyst Michael Fabiano breaks down the fantasy impact Brian Hoyer will have on the Cleveland Browns offense.

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