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  • Raiders QB Derek Carr sharp in first practice

    Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr dropped back to pass, scanned the field then hit wide receiver Michael Crabtree for a 30-yard completion. Sitting in stands adjacent to the practice field, two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Jim Plunkett nodded his approval. ''It's just a totally…

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  • Matthews gets refresher on inside linebacker in Packers camp

    Clay Matthews is getting a refresher course at Green Bay Packers training camp. The long-haired linebacker is ticketed for major minutes again playing on the inside of the Packers defense. Now, Matthews gets to go through a full training camp to help pick up the nuances of a position that he only…

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  • As camp begins, Rams know they want Foles long-term

    Before playing a down, Nick Foles has made a big impression on the St. Louis Rams. General manager Les Snead said the Rams have been in contact with the agent for Foles, due for free agency after the season. ''I always go to this: ''Hey, if a quarterback is playing well and you're winning, having…

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  • Manning and Thomas back together after 201-day separation

    Demaryius Thomas and Peyton Manning are a long ways from being on the same page. ''He was swimming,'' Kubiak said of Thomas. Thomas participated in the first half hour of practice, then retreated to a side field to work on conditioning drills with a strength coach.

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  • Judge orders Goodell, Brady appear in court Aug. 12, 19

    The federal judge handling Tom Brady's attempt to overturn his four-game suspension ordered the New England quarterback and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to appear in court twice in mid-August. Earlier in the day, the NFL and the players' union asked the Manhattan judge in a joint letter to…

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    NFL Media's Omar Ruiz: It's Super Bowl or bust for the Denver Broncos

    NFL Media's Omar Ruiz discusses the high expectations for the Denver Broncos in the upcoming 2015 season and how the team plans to preserve quarterback Peyton Manning.

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  • Accident has changed how Panthers QB Newton's views life

    Cam Newton glances down at the faded yellow hospital bracelet on his left wrist, twirls it around with his fingers and contemplates how much his view of life has changed since an automobile accident last December. The Carolina Panthers' fifth-year quarterback escaped the crash with two minor…

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  • All eyes on QB Marcus Mariota as Titans open training camp

    Marcus Mariota barked out the snap count loud near the end of Tennessee's first practice of training camp. ''I thought he handled himself well,'' coach Ken Whisenhunt said. Approximately 1,500 fans turned out for their first look at Mariota practicing in a Titans' jersey, many wearing brand new No.…

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  • McCoy creates buzz as Buffalo Bills open training camp

    After LeSean McCoy's arrival in March excited much of the Buffalo Bills' fan base, the running back decided to give back on the first day of training camp. A little more than halfway through practice Friday, McCoy picked up a ball along the sideline and threw it into the stands, drawing a loud…

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  • Mad Dash: Josh Smith clarifies 'harder on me' comments

    In today's Mad Dash: Josh Smith clears the air over his deal with the Clippers, the Blue Jays are thrilled to get David Price, and Stephen Jackson is looking for work.

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  • Bucs' Murphy, Spence will miss start of camp with injuries

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have placed receiver Louis Murphy on the active/non-football injury list with an ankle injury that will sideline him for the start of training camp.

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  • Cowboys' Bryant says he's a changed man money can't change

    Dez Bryant took a couple of long pauses, first to search for a way to describe how he has matured and then to find the right word to describe skeptics who think he hasn't changed at all. The Dallas Cowboys All-Pro receiver could relax on the first day of training camp Thursday, thanks to the…

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  • Texans report to camp with many questions on offense

    The Houston Texans know they'll have a solid defense led by J.J. Watt. As they reported for camp Friday there were far more questions about the offense. Second-year coach Bill O'Brien will use camp to decide whether Brian Hoyer or Ryan Mallett will start at quarterback.

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  • Tannehill confident, hopeful of a breakthrough in 2015

    Not long after connecting on a deep pass Friday, Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill slapped hands with someone in celebration and was clearly smiling underneath his helmet. Tannehill boldly expects that to change this season, saying he has ''no doubt'' that Miami will reach the postseason…

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  • Charge against Bills' assistant coach Kromer dropped

    A misdemeanor battery charge against Buffalo Bills assistant coach Aaron Kromer has been dropped at the request of the family of a boy he allegedly hit, Buffalo media reported Friday. Television outlet WIVB cited Florida's Assistant State Attorney Robert Elmore as saying charges were dismissed on…

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    20 most lucrative NFL contracts (20 photos)

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson got the big deal July 31 that he had been seeking this offseason. Was it enough to crack the top 20? Here's a list of the league's top 20 highest-paid players (figures according to

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  • Jaguars' Clemons arrives at training camp, sits out practice

    Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Chris Clemons made it to training camp in time for the opening practice. The Jaguars placed Clemons on the active/non-football injury list Friday, a day after he failed to report for camp because of personal issues. Coach Gus Bradley declined to reveal the nature…

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  • Who's No. 1?

    Patrick Daugherty examines 10 candidates for this year's No. 1 overall pick, including Eddie Lacy, Le'Veon Bell and DeMarco Murray.