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  • Former Panther Jordan Gross looks like different person after weight loss

    It's becoming fairly common to see NFL linemen lose a massive amount of weight in the few months after they retire and look entirely different than we're used to. Just because it's common doesn't mean it's any less of a surprise. MMQB.com's Peter King caught up with Jordan Gross, the former…

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  • Shutdown Countdown: New England Patriots maintain their elite status

    Shutdown Corner is previewing all 32 teams as we get ready for the NFL season, counting down the teams one per day in reverse order of our initial 2014 power rankings. No. 1 will be revealed Aug. 2, the day before the preseason begins with the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.

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  • Cowboys sign left tackle Tyron Smith to jaw-dropping contract extension

    No matter how much salary-cap hell the Dallas Cowboys find themselves in year after year, they'll always find a way to sign a contract extension that makes you do a double take. This time around, offensive tackle Tyron Smith backed up the armored truck to Jerry Jones' office.

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  • ESPN suspends Stephen A. Smith over Ray Rice domestic abuse commentary

    ESPN has suspended Stephen A. Smith from its TV and radio airwaves for a week following his controversial comments about Baltimore running back Ray Rice's wife, according to Sports Illustrated.

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  • Arian Foster breaks silence by answering 11 questions the same way

    Houston Texans running back Arian Foster has been holding a media boycott, of sorts, this year. And, even though he stopped to talk on Wednesday, he practically still is. Foster, known as a thoughtful player through his previous interviews and Twitter feed, hadn't talked at the Texans' facility all…

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  • Of course, Patrick Peterson and Richard Sherman continue their feud

    When Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson announced he signed a $70 million deal with $48 million guaranteed, which is more than his nemesis Richard Sherman got, you knew the two would end up taking some shots on Twitter.

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    Kirk Cousins, Jay Cutler leading NFL conversion van trend

    The Washington Redskins quarterback and Chicago Bears signal caller each have vehicles more suited to another generation.

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  • 49ers WR Brandon Lloyd enjoying return to NFL

    Brandon Lloyd returned to the San Francisco 49ers to finish what he started. After taking a year off from football, Lloyd said he came back to the team that drafted him in the fourth round in 2003 because nobody else could offer what he wanted: a chance at redemption and a Super Bowl title. ''Now…

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  • Warren Buffett Reveals How $40 Becomes Millions

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  • Raiders looking at move to San Antonio: report

    The Oakland Raiders, whose stadium lease expires next year, are reportedly looking at San Antonio as a possible new home should the National Football League team decide to relocate. The San Antonio Express-News, citing unnamed sources, said Raiders owner Mark Davis and two others with the team met…

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  • Quarterback Johnny Manziel's day at Browns camp

    BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- A look at Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel's day at training camp.

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  • Speedy rookie LB Shazier making quick impression

    Ryan Shazier grew up the football equivalent of a Rorschach test. Some coaches looked at Shazier's 6-foot-1 frame with plenty of room to grow and saw a defensive end. ''Linebacker is like the best spot because you get to hit people ... I feel it's my calling.'' Judging by the rookie's fearless…

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    Michael Irvin breaks down the Chicago Bears receiving corps

    NFL Media's Michael Irvin chats with Chicago Bears receivers Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery, Marquess Wilson and Martellus Bennett on how much more dynamic they'll be this season.

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  • AP source: Colts checking Thomas' right quad

    Colts left guard Donald Thomas may have re-injured his right quad during Wednesday afternoon's practice. Thomas missed all but two games last season with a torn right quad. A person close to the situation said the Colts are checking the right quad, though a full diagnosis has not yet been made. The…

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  • Rain can't dampen Harris' sprits upon his return

    DENVER (AP) -- The cold rain showers that drenched the Denver Broncos and 9,207 die-hard fans during a stadium practice Wednesday couldn't dampen Chris Harris Jr.'s spirits.

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  • Schaub settles in as Raiders starting QB

    The anointed starting quarterback for the Oakland Raiders is strengthening his hold on the position this training camp instead of losing it. Matt Schaub is showing signs that last year's disastrous season in Houston might have been an aberration as he looks in complete command as Oakland's starter.…

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  • Team Report - PITTSBURGH STEELERS

    Steelers' Tomlin not on hot seat, says here

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  • Maxwell ready for chance to start in secondary

    Seattle Seahawks cornerback Byron Maxwell has waited patiently for his opportunity to excel in a secondary loaded with talent. After three years being buried in the depth chart, Maxwell is determined to prove he belongs. Maxwell is the favorite to replace Brandon Browner and Walter Thurmond as the…

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  • Dolphins' credo on T-shirts after bullying scandal

    DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- The Miami Dolphins, rocked by a bullying scandal last season, are now wearing T-shirts bearing a credo of togetherness that was coined by the players.

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  • Jaguars heaping praise on 2nd-year S Cyprien

    Safety Johnathan Cyprien was Jacksonville's best rookie last year. A second-round draft pick from Florida International, Cyprien finished with 98 tackles, six passes defended, two forced fumbles and an interception. The Jaguars believe it was merely a starting point for a fast and physical…

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  • Wilson out indefinitely after injury on Tuesday

    New York Giants running back David Wilson will not practice for the rest of the week and is out for Sunday's Hall of Fame game after suffering what the team called a ''burner'' in practice on Tuesday. Late in Tuesday afternoon's practice, Wilson took a short pass from backup quarterback Curtis…

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  • Dental Implants: What You Should Know

    Thinking of getting dental implants? There are critical things you should know before going under the knife for the perfect smile.

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