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Jimmy Graham show begins in Seattle

Jimmy Graham didn't take long to make a highlight play in Seahawks training camp, but he'll be expected to develop his blocking, writes Mike Sando.

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The three PR options available to Tom Brady

One thing is clear: Tom Brady is very bad at public relations. Dan Pfeiffer, a former senior adviser to President Obama, gives the Patriots QB three strategies to dig his way out of Deflategate.

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Fantasy football: RB depth chart

Your guide to each NFL team's most valuable running backs in terms of fantasy value for the 2015 season.

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Good starts for Winston, Mariota

Field Yates on the No. 1 and 2 picks of the 2015 draft: "The early returns on each of these guys have been what you want."

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Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN

Reese wishes JPP well, refuses to discuss it further, says “We’ll keep all our options open with respect to the roster.”

Chip Kelly: Trade 'stunned' Boykin

The Eagles coach spoke with CB Brandon Boykin, who was traded to the Steelers: "He was disappointed. I think he really liked it here."

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Panthers WR Stephen Hill tears ACL

Hill suffered the injury during training camp Saturday and was waived today. The former 2012 second-round Jets pick spent the 2014 season on Carolina's practice squad. Story

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Hilton's backpack in mid-season form

Colts WR T.Y. Hilton showed up at training camp Saturday in a backpack that showed a strong resemblance to a delicious cheeseburger. Why, you ask? "Because I'm ready to eat," Hilton said. (via @Colts)

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Why Vince Wilfork is the best dad ever

In order for the DT to sign with the Texans, his daughter Destiny had one condition: She had to meet J.J. Watt. Challenge accepted

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Former Eagle: Kelly 'uncomfortable'

The recently departed CB Brandon Boykin said Chip Kelly was "uncomfortable around grown men of our culture," per Comcast SportsNet. Boykin added that the Eagles coach "can't relate."

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Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN

Eli Manning requires rookies to stand up and sing in front of teammates. Today was Ereck Flowers' day. Getting good reviews.

Aaron Rodgers nets one from 45 yards

It's early, but the Packers QB's accuracy is already spot on.

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Mike Rodak @mikerodak

Tyrod Taylor and Matt Cassel appear to be taking first team reps today. That is same as Friday, and means 3 days in row with 1s for Cassel.

Mike Reiss @MikeReiss

Play of day to this point: Tom Brady to Aaron Dobson for deep completion down right side. Malcolm Butler tight coverage but Dobson gets it.

WATCH: Titans training camp

SportsCenter is taking a live look into the Tennessee Titans' practice. Rookie QB Marcus Mariota has already been named the starter for the season. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Mariota fixes technique, wows Titans

Before training camp, coaches noticed a glitch in the rookie QB's dropbacks to hand off. By Friday's first practice, he had fixed the issue. "There were a couple things ... now he's got it aced," QB coach John McNulty said. Story

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Berry an inspiration to Alex Smith

The Chiefs QB was present when safety Eric Berry explained his rapid return from Hodgkin's lymphoma. Smith said: "I really felt like I didn't deserve to be in the room ... I felt like I was undeserving to even be in there with him talking about that."

New Dolphin Suh looking good

ESPN's James Walker at Miami training camp: "Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh has been as good as advertised so far. He's wreaking havoc on Miami's offensive line, especially in days with full pads when he can be more physical."

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Seahawks give Wagner 4-year extension

LB Bobby Wagner agreed to a deal that will keep him with the team through 2019. Asked previously if it was important to be the highest-paid linebacker, Wagner said, "It's important to be recognized as one of the best."

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Broncos' Miller exits NFL drug program

Two years ago, Von Miller entered the program, after allegedly conspiring to beat tests. After staying clean for 2 years, he exits the program, according to KUSA-TV. If he fails another test, he'll face a fine and suspension.

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