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Sando: The not-so-unconventional Chip Kelly

Chip Kelly has made waves with moves many consider unconventional, but when you look at each move on its own, the pattern looks more like a series of logical decisions, writes Mike Sando.

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Fantasy Football: The 'No Respect' Team

What proven performers are not getting the respect they deserve in fantasy football ahead of the 2015 season? KC Joyner identifies five, including New York Giants QB Eli Manning.

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CFL player forgets how to football

Toronto's A.J. Jefferson forgot to receive the onside kick, so Hamilton's Brandon Stewart recovered the ball untouched and took it all the way in for a TD.

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Impact of Foster's injury in fantasy

Arian Foster is one of five non-QBs to score at least 1,000 fantasy points over the last five seasons. His 1,103 points are more than any other non-QB in that span and rank 12th overall. With him reportedly out for the start of the regular season though, you may have to re-think your lineup. Play for free

Big man in a tiny car

John Urschel is 6-foot-3 and 305 pounds, but that doesn't the Ravens guard from driving a teeny compact car. 'My dream car'

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Darren Woodson: Witten is best ever

His former Cowboys teammate told ESPN's Todd Archer, “You cannot tell me there’s a better tight end to ever play the game. I look at Tony Gonzalez. He wouldn’t block a soul. ... Antonio Gates, turn the film on of him. He won’t touch a soul. You already know Jimmy Graham won’t block anybody. This guy, not only is he a great pass catcher, but he’ll do everything.”

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Texans' Foster may miss start of season

Houston is concerned that Arian Foster will need surgery after the star RB suffered a groin injury Monday night, according to ESPN's Tania Ganguli and media reports.

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Eagles culture under Chip Kelly

Sal Paolantonio discusses the controversy surrounding Chip Kelly's ability to relate to his players: "I’ve never seen anything like this. Going out the door -- one foot out the door -- these guys turn on their ex-head coach."

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Kelly: Cooper incident may impact image

Chip Kelly says the team's re-signing Riley Cooper after the 2013 season "could be" a reason why former players claim race plays a factor in his decision making. But when asked if the Cooper incident and the recent comments from former players were linked, Kelly said, "I literally don't spend time trying to connect Y to X to Z. We have other things to do." Story

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Bill Belichick on Willie McGinest (to be inducted into team Hall tomorrow): No one would mess with him. 1 player you never wanted to cross.

Chiefs moving slowly with Eric Berry

The Pro Bowl safety, who was declared cancer-free in June, went through individual and position drills today but didn't participate in 11-on-11, ESPN's Adam Teicher reports. "We've got plenty of time," DC Bob Sutton said.

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Chip Kelly's not-so-crazy track record

The Eagles coach has a track record as a fearless dealer, and made another splash this week in dealing with Brandon Boykin. But Mike Sando writes that, in context, many of his trades look perfectly logical. Analyzing the moves (Insider)

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Johnson Takes On Fan in 'Fifa'

Chad Johnson was bored on Monday, so he traveled to a fan's house to challenge him in a video game battle. Check it out

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ESPN on Snapchat Discover live

Russell Wilson's contract extension nets him $60M guaranteed, but that payday doesn't outrank other top-tier QBs. Find out who rakes in the most guaranteed money in Tuesday's edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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From 'Beast Mode' to 'Bane'?

Marshawn Lynch was all business at Seahawks camp Monday, working out in a mask.

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Now this is a challenge: Melvin Gordon's mom, Carmen, won't wear her son's Chargers' jersey until he proves himself.

Expectations for Greg Hardy

Hardy could be the missing piece for Dallas' defense, according to Field Yates, but how will the Cowboys get by while Hardy is serving his 4-game suspension?

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Jags GM: Blackmon unlikely to return

David Caldwell said the Jaguars have had no contact with WR Justin Blackmon, who hasn't practiced or played since Week 8 of the 2013 season. "I have not heard anything and I guess I harbor a little bit of hope but realistically I think when you're away from the game for two-and-a-half years what you were once is not what you probably will be."

Joe Haden on SportsCenter

The Browns cornerback joins ESPN to discuss training camp and the upcoming season. One of his goals for the year? Double-digit INTs. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Dolphins unsure of Parker's return

Coach Joe Philbin said the return of first-round pick DeVante Parker, who is recovering from offseason foot surgery, remains a question mark: "It's hard to say; we're not sure exactly when he's going to get back. I don't know if he's going to practice? How much he's going to practice? If he's going to play in the preseason? Those are all hypotheticals."

Dallas moving slow with Lee's recovery

Field Yates on LB Sean Lee's return after missing 2014: "Having Sean Lee back and fully healthy, which the expectation is he will be close to that by Week 1, that's a massive difference maker for the Cowboys' defense."

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Nowhere to go but up for Manziel

Of the 53 QBs with at least 50 action plays, Johnny Manziel ranked among the 3 worst in completion percentage, yards per attempt and QBR.