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  • Dean Cain compares Johnny Manziel to Matt Leinart, who fires back on Twitter

    Of all the three-way battles heading into training camp, this one might have been the hardest to predict — but easily the most amazing.

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  • Seahawks mascot completely jukes poor 49ers fan

    You just got beat by a mascot, dude.

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  • Seahawks' Sidney Rice decides to retire at age 27

    Sidney Rice announced his retirement through the Seattle Seahawks' official website Wednesday, citing a concern about his long-term health amid what has been a few injury-plagued seasons.

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  • Watch Sammy Watkins make a slick, one-handed catch in practice (Video)

    The Buffalo Bills paid a steep price to land Sammy Watkins. We're now getting out first glimpse of why they were so enamored with him.

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  • Makeover complete, Steelers ready for resurgence

    The faces Ike Taylor grew so accustomed to seeing line up alongside him over the past decade have disappeared. Of the 90 players who will report to Saint Vincent College on Friday when the Steelers open training camp, only seven stood on the field in Tampa on that cool February night five years ago…

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  • Marshawn Lynch gets to park his Lamborghini between two velvet ropes

    Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was reportedly in Oakland Monday filming a movie. But that's burying the real story when you see how and what Lynch parked.

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  • Bears bring high expectations to camp

    Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery understands expectations are soaring. The Bears are aiming high, hoping to return to the playoffs after missing out for the sixth time in seven years, going into their third training camp under Emery. We're very aggressive toward attaining that goal and…

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  • Bengals owner Brown ceding some control

    Cincinnati Bengals owner and general manager Mike Brown announced he is ceding more day-to-day control to head coach Marvin Lewis and his daughter, executive vice president Katie Blackburn. "They're doing it now," Brown said Tuesday, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer. Brown remains at team…

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    Denver Broncos show appreciation for owner/CEO Pat Bowlen

    It's a sad day for the NFL as Denver Broncos owner and CEO Pat Bowlen announced he is stepping back to battle Alzheimer's disease. Current and former Broncos sound off about Bowlen's legacy.

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  • Team Report - NEW YORK GIANTS

    Giants open camp and Snee retires

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  • Bills DT Marcell Dareus wants to earn team's trust

    PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) -- Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus can finally start focusing on football again, even though he spent much of Wednesday riding a stationary bike on the sideline.

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  • Ravens look forward, not backward at training camp

    Not much has gone right for the Baltimore Ravens in the 17 months since they won the Super Bowl. After defeating the San Francisco 49ers to claim their second championship, the Ravens sputtered to an 8-8 finish in 2013 and missed the playoffs for the first time since coach John Harbaugh took over…

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  • Rookie MLB Kennard making early impact

    Jon Beason turned around the New York Giants' defense last season. Jameel McClain was signed as a free agent in March. Not much room on the roster at middle linebacker for a fifth-round pick out of Southern California. So Derrick Kennard is making room.

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  • Colts put FB Stanley Havili on PUP list

    ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) -- Colts fullback Stanley Havili will open training camp on the physically unable to perform list.

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  • Dolphins C Pouncey could miss two months of season

    Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is expected to miss eight weeks of the regular season recovering from hip surgery. Initial projections called for Pouncey to return in October, likely around Week 5, but his return could be delayed according to multiple reports. Pouncey tore the labrum in his hip…

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    NFL Fan Pass: Reggie Bush's trip to Australia

    Go down under with Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush as he visits Sydney, Australia.

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  • Johnny Be Good: Browns expect Manziel to behave

    Cleveland coach Mike Pettine said he's not worried about the popular rookie's wild off-field behavior carrying into the season, and he's determined not to let any outside influences affect his decision in picking either Manziel or veteran Brian Hoyer to be his starting quarterback. Pettine, who…

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  • Road show prepared Rams' Robinson for camp

    Greg Robinson didn't stay put the month after the St. Louis Rams cut players loose in mid-June. Wherever he was, the second overall pick of the draft stayed in preparation mode for training camp. ''It doesn't matter where you're getting it in as long as you get it in.'' The 6-foot-5, 332-pound…

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  • Jets sign pass rusher Babin

    New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is certain of two things: you can never have enough cornerbacks, and there's no such thing as too many pass rushers.

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  • Gruden: RG3 'hands down' Redskins' best QB

    Jay Gruden is not leaving any room for interpretation. The Washington Redskins' rookie head coach said Robert Griffin III is the starting quarterback. Hands down," Gruden said at the opening of his first training camp as a head coach Wednesday. It's a stark contrast to 12 months ago, when former…

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