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Broncos LT Clady has torn ACL, likely out for '15

Denver Broncos Pro Bowl left tackle Ryan Clady tore his left ACL during practice Wednesday and is likely to miss the 2015 season, the team confirmed Thursday.

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Dominik: 24 players every team would sign

Which NFL players would be coveted by every team if they hit the open market? Mark Dominik makes his list, which includes J.J. Watt and Odell Beckham Jr.

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Jameis Winston to miss Buccaneers' OTA

No. 1 pick Jameis Winston will miss Thursday's OTA to take part in the NFL Players Association Rookie Premiere event.

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Name That Eagle

The Eagles have undergone widespread roster changes during the offseason. Some Philly fans need some time to get used to their new team.

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Clady one of league's best o-linemen

Ryan Clady has been named a 1st-team All-Pro twice (2009, 2012). Since 2009, Joe Thomas is the only OT that has been named a 1st-team All-Pro more times than Clady. Take heart, though, Broncos fans: When Clady missed the 2013 season with a Lisfranc injury, Denver set a single-season scoring record with 606 points.

Broncos' Ryan Clady tears ACL

The Pro Bowl LT tore his left ACL during practice Wednesday and is likely to miss the 2015 season. This will be his fourth major surgery in the last five years, with the others coming on his left knee, shoulder and foot.

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Wilson's agent: No deadline for new deal

Mark Russell, agent for Seahawks QB Russell Wilson told 710 ESPN Radio in Seattle that talks on a new contract have been "positive and encouraging." Wilson will make $1.54M this season in the final year of his 4-year rookie deal. He is believed to be seeking a contract of more than $100M over 5 years.

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Clark: No direct answer from Kelly

Chip Kelly's lack of a direct answer today when asked if race played a role in the Eagles' offseason moves leads Ryan Clark to wonder: "Is there some fire where this smoke is coming from?"

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Kelly not worried about perception

Coach Chip Kelly addresses former Eagles RB LeSean McCoy's comments that race played a role in his personnel decisions: "I know how we run this organization and it's not run that way."

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Broncos Pro Bowl LT Ryan Clady tore his left ACL during practice Wednesday and is likely to miss the 2015 season, a league source told ESPN.

Kelly: McCoy 'wrong' about race playing role

Chip Kelly, responding to LeSean McCoy's comments about race being a major factor in his personnel moves: "We put a lot of time looking into character and factors that go into selection and retention of players. Color's never been one of them." Chip speaks out