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Source: Cam, Panthers have $103.8M extension

Quarterback Cam Newton has signed a five-year, $103.8 million extension with the Carolina Panthers, a source told ESPN Senior NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

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PFF: Watt No. 1 in rank of top 10 pass-rushers

Which pass-rushers will have the best seasons in 2015? Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus projects the top 10, leading off with J.J. Watt and rounding out the list with a first-round rookie.

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Williamson: Top 100 dynasty players

Matt Williamson prepares you for your dynasty draft with his updated ranking of the top 100 players.

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Katz: Identifying impact fantasy rookies

Sharon Katz and Hank Gargiulo utilize snap count data to identify impact rookies in fantasy football for 2015.

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Browns sign young fan to 1-day deal

Nine-year-old Dylan Sutcliffe, who suffers from a rare genetic disorder, has dreamed of playing for the Browns. Through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the aspiring DT got his own jersey and locker today. Sutcliffe's "awesome" day

Cam Newton inks 5-yr, $103.8M extension

The Panthers locked up their franchise QB with a multiyear extension today, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Newton will earn $67.6M in the first three years of the deal. $60M of the contract is guaranteed. Story

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Maxwell: S.B. talk 'wasn't prediction'

Said Eagles CB Byron Maxwell, who predicted they would play in Super Bowl 50: "It was more confidence in my teammates and what we could do. And what I think we should do. I think every team has that goal when they start the season."

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Cromartie: Sherman product of 'LOB'

The NFL's best CB? Darrelle Revis, and it's not close, says Jets CB Antonio Cromartie. Why not Richard Sherman? He only plays one side of the field. "Go follow the No. 1 receiver," Cromartie told Sirius XM NFL Radio. Cromartie's take

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Peterson concludes news conference

"I love all my kids with all my heart. I'd run through a brick wall for them. ... There's nothing I wouldn't do for them," Vikings RB Adrian Peterson said to close today's session.

Peterson 'happy' with Vikings

"I like what they represent as a team, [this is] a hungry team, with a great young quarterback [Teddy Bridgewater]," Adrian Peterson said. The Vikings RB is answering questions on SportsCenter. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Peterson on his son: "The relationship is good. I made a mistake. I know a lot of people don't view it that way. My son knows I love him."

Adrian Peterson answers questions

The Vikings RB was asked who, if anyone, he apologized to: "The first person that I apologized to was my son ... it wasn't my intentions [to hurt him], and I've been trying to move forward since." Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Peterson on why he came in this week: " basically I wanted to" . The game is hard to resist

Peterson: 'Learned a lot from my mistake'

"I'm moving forward. I'm focused on what's in front of me and bettering myself as a person and professionally as a player," Vikings RB Adrian Peterson said on SportsCenter. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Zimmer, Peterson address media

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said on SportsCenter that he supports and welcomes back RB Adrian Peterson. Peterson is scheduled to speak momentarily. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Zimmer said Peterson will have do some work to get caught up, but "there's not a prettier sight than when he's got the ball in his hands."