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Clayton: Teams that could pursue Ray Rice

Don't expect Ray Rice to be signed any time soon, John Clayton writes. But here are five teams, including the Cowboys, that could consider adding him at the start of training camp.

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Clayton: Teams who could pursue Rice

Don't expect Ray Rice to be signed any time soon, but there are some teams -- including the Cowboys, who have shown they're willing to take on a player's behavioral baggage -- that could consider adding him at the start of training camp. Five possible teams

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If there’s a game for Dareus to miss, the Colts’ one isn’t bad. Yes, they have Gore, but that’s a 3-4 WR team. Run D not as important.

Saints, Peat to four-year deal

First-round pick Andrus Peat has agreed to a four-year deal with the team. The offensive lineman was picked 13th overall out of Stanford.

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Aaron Hernandez sporting new tattoo?

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What the Bills will miss in Week 1

Marcell Dareus, who has been suspended for the first game of the 2015 regular season, led all defensive tackles with 10.0 sacks in 2014. GM Doug Whaley said in March that signing Dareus to a long-term deal was their No. 1 post-draft priority.

Bills DT Marcell Dareus: I made a mistake

"The NFL's discipline for this conduct is part of the drug policy, and I apologize to my family, my teammates, the entire Bills organization and Bills fans that I will miss one game as a result of my mistake. I will work intensely that week and will be extremely happy to contribute to a win in Week 2 for the Bills."

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Then and Now. Peyton Manning, who first appeared on the show as a college student in 1997, stopped by Letterman on Wednesday night to pay tribute to a late-night legend.

Yates: 'Difficult' for Rice to get a shot

Said Field Yates: "I think there's a public perception hurdle that an NFL team would have to climb over, even though the case has been dismissed, if it were to sign Ray Rice."

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Judge to dismiss Ray Rice charges

Rice completed his pretrial intervention program and a N.J. judge will dismiss his domestic violence case. Rice faced 3rd-degree aggravated assault charges after knocking out his now-wife Janay Rice. Full story

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Peyton Manning got a chance to rib David Letterman one last time Wednesday night before Letterman retired.

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Joyner: Why Joe Flacco will become elite

Despite averaging 10 wins a season, 58 more TD passes than interceptions and a Super Bowl title, the Ravens QB has never been seen as elite. But with new OC Marc Trestman in town, that's all about to change. Here's how (Insider)

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