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  • Judge orders Deflategate talks, urges all sides to cool it

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York federal judge who will review New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension over the "Deflategate" scandal on Thursday ordered the National Football League and its players union to begin settlement talks.

  • Pryor trying to catch on as wide receiver with Browns

    Waiting for his turn to join Cleveland's offensive huddle, Terrelle Pryor cut an impressive figure. With broad shoulders, long legs and speed to burn, the former Oakland quarterback stood out among Cleveland's other wide receivers. ''He looks great in a uniform,'' Browns coach Mike Pettine, who…

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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.

  • Mad Dash: One Direction, Raiders engage in weird feud

    In today's Mad Dash: One Direction rips the Raiders, the Redskins' math is off, and Penn State burns Notre Dame on Twitter.

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  • Bills place Williams on active/non-football injury list

    The Buffalo Bills have place three players on the active/non-football injury list, including Pro Bowl defensive end Mario Williams. Cornerback Leodis McKelvin and kicker Dan Carpenter were also placed on the list, which is designated for injuries sustained outside of team activities. The Bills did…

    The Associated Press
  • Kubiak hoping history repeats itself with Elway, Manning

    Gary Kubiak sure has the blueprints. Bottom line: plenty of rest for Manning, a notorious workhorse who's long been loath to give away any snaps. With Manning coming off a thigh injury that hampered him down the stretch last season, Kubiak gave backup Brock Osweiler lots of work this offseason and…

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    Meet Dr. Jen Welter - Newest member of Cardinals coaching staff (12 photos)

    The Arizona Cardinals have hired Jen Welter, who is believed to be the first woman to hold an NFL coaching position of any kind, as a training camp/preseason intern working with the team's inside linebackers. She has a master’s degree in sport psychology and a PhD in psychology. Welter also was the…

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  • Saints veterans set tone at training camp's outset

    As the New Orleans Saints took the field for the first practices of training camp, Drew Brees and some other elder statesmen on the roster talked about respect, trust, and accountability. It became apparent this offseason that the Saints believe last season's disappointing 7-9 record had less to do…

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  • Backup RBs To Own

    Jake Davidow of Sports Injury Predictor focuses on RB backups to own in 2015.

  • Gurley ahead of schedule for Rams

    Despite Todd Gurley being ahead of schedule in his return from injury, the St. Louis Rams aren't counting on the first-round pick right away. General manager Les Snead said Thursday that Gurley was impressive in conditioning tests earlier this week with just the rookies on the field for one of the…

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  • Jets' Richardson facing charges for resisting arrest

    Sheldon Richardson has already been suspended four games by the NFL for drug use. The New York Jets defensive lineman is now facing trouble with the law. Richardson was charged Thursday in St. Charles County, Missouri, with resisting arrest and multiple traffic violations for an incident on July 14…

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  • Bills owner says team in no rush to build new stadium

    Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula says the team is in no rush to build a new stadium or sell naming rights to its current home. When Pegula purchased the team in October 2014, he said the team would build a new stadium despite a $130 million renovation the previous summer. Pegula and his wife Kim…

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  • Raiders arrive in Napa for training camp

    Oakland Raiders' rookie wide receiver Amari Cooper arrived for the start of training camp looking to make up for lost time. The fourth overall pick in the draft, Cooper didn't get much practice time with second-year quarterback Derek Carr in the offseason because of a finger injury that prevented…

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  • Steelers' Cortez Allen, Jarvis Jones looking to bounce back

    Cortez Allen and Jarvis Jones are not young anymore. The Pittsburgh Steelers grabbed Jones in the first round two years ago and tasked the athletic if slightly undersized linebacker with becoming the latest link in a chain of pass rushers that stretches from James Harrison to Joey Porter to Greg…

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  • Cowboys' McFadden starts training camp on injured list

    OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Cowboys running back Darren McFadden will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list because of a hamstring injury that also bothered him in the offseason.

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  • Ross gives his Dolphins a simple start-of-camp message: Win

    About a half-hour into the Miami Dolphins' first practice of the season, owner Stephen Ross had his team, coaches and staff gather around him at midfield. ''No excuses,'' Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill said. With that, the 50th training camp in Dolphins history is off and running - and a…

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    Former Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson talks about what the Washington Redskins need to do to improve their secondary

    Former Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson reports from Washington Redskins training camp and the improvements the team needs to make on defense this season.

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  • Redskins' RG3 not looking back, his 'focus on the future'

    Robert Griffin III is not interested in dissecting whatever criticism - and there's been plenty - that's come his way. ''My focus now is to not worry about the past and to focus on the future,'' Griffin said Thursday, when his Washington Redskins opened training camp. As the man just about everyone…

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  • Bears' Allen out to prove he's still elite pass rusher

    No matter how disappointing his first season with the Chicago Bears was, Jared Allen believes he can wreak havoc like no other pass rusher. Last season was anything but fun for him or the Bears. The Bears signed Allen away from Minnesota before last season to a four-year deal that guaranteed $15.5…

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