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Seifert: Panthers choose Newton over unknown

Cam Newton's worth isn't worth debating. The only question Carolina faced was whether to offer him the contract it did or start over at quarterback.

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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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Mariota: "I learned a long time ago that if you compare yourself to somebody else, you're going to inhibit how good you really can be."

Survey says! Gronkowskis to be on Family Feud

Fun and games never end for Rob Gronkowski. The family's four oldest brothers and their father will star on the game show, older brother Chris revealed. The opponent has not been named.

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Adrian Peterson: 'I'm moving forward'

"This past year has been emotional for both parties involved. I've learned a lot from my mistake ... I'm focused on what's in front of me and bettering myself."


McDonald's ex: I was repeatedly attacked

Former DT Ray McDonald's ex-fiancee said in court records that McDonald repeatedly attacked her over several months, contending that McDonald began a pattern of "verbal abuse and controlling behavior" after the couple got engaged that escalated into "full attacks." Story

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Busy offseason for Seahawks

Trading for TE Jimmy Graham was Seattle's biggest splash, but it also added a pair of CBs in free agency. G James Carpenter and C Max Unger, both of whom played more than 300 snaps last season, represent the biggest losses.

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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Schefter: Panthers to build around Cam

Adam Schefter on SportsCenter: "You're allocating a tremendous amount of salary cap space to the quarterback, but he's a quarterback that they believe in, that they want to have around."