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Seifert: Packers have a distinct, potent formula at wide receiver

In Green Bay, the wide receivers are asked to do more, and yet they also come a lot cheaper than guys like Dez Bryant. Kevin Seifert explains the formula.

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Fantasy football mock draft: 12-team, half-PPR

Twelve ESPN analysts completed their fourth mock draft of 2015, a 12-team, half-PPR setup. KC Joyner explains his picks and gets insight from other drafters as well.

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Dez Bryant involved in fight at training camp (1:46)
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Winston: Looking to get out on the field (3:24)
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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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Lions place Haloti Ngata on NFI list

Ngata starts training camp on the active/non-football injury list, which he can come off of at any point. Ngata is dealing with a minor hamstring strain, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Lions training camp begins today.

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Luke Kuechly ahead of schedule

The Panthers LB compares favorably to some of the recent greats in his first 3 seasons, with more tackles and interceptions than Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher at this point in their careers.

Prosecutor questions tipster's motives

A Massachusetts prosecutor says an anonymous tipster who raised questions about a juror in the murder trial of former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez wrote sexually explicit letters to him before and during the trial. Story

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From 'Beast Mode' to 'Bane'?

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

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Green Bay's winning formula at WR

The system eschew's labels such as the classic No. 1 receiver. Instead, Packers WR Randall Cobb says: "We emphasize having a high football IQ and understanding why you're doing what you're doing." Smarts and flexibility

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Seahawks' Chancellor eyes new deal

With recent extensions of Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner, ESPN's Field Yates says Cam Chancellor will have to be patient: "The issue is that he's got 3 years left on an extension the team got ahead of the game on in giving him."

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The Butler did it ...

... with one hand, on the practice field. That's Raiders WR Brice Butler, and he looks in mid-season form with this one-handed gem.

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Seattle laying a foundation

By getting players like QB Russell Wilson and LB Bobby Wagner signed to long-term deals, the Seahawks now have 8 key players locked up through at least 2017.

Mel Kiper Jr. -- man, myth or legend?

Perhaps all three? Consider this: The 55-year-old NFL draft guru said on Mike & Mike that he has never changed a tire, never written a check and never had an ATM card.

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Aaron Rodgers kicks it with Munn

While Olivia Munn has been preparing to play Psylocke in the next X-Men movie, the Packers QB has been crashing her workout videos, this time showing off some serious boxing skills.

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Giants' DE options without Pierre-Paul

Robert Ayers and Damontre Moore will be counted on, but Field Yates says replacing Jason Pierre-Paul's on-field production will be difficult to do. "He's one of the preeminent edge rushers in the game."

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Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

New York Giants' Rashad Jennings? The running back was repping SpongeBob at training camp today.

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Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

One person who has spoken to JPP describes him as being in good spirits, confident he will play this season but unsure of when

Kuechly models game on Ray Lewis

Two-time Pro Bowl LB Luke Kuechly grew admiration for the former Ravens LB because of his "leadership and his passion and love for the game."

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Adam Teicher @adamteicher

Chiefs practice is over. Huge day for Marcus Peters. 4 interceptions and a couple passes broken up. Looks like he belongs

WATCH: Live at Panthers camp

SportsCenter peeks in at Carolina's training camp in Spartanburg, S.C. and coach Ron Rivera is speaking live. The Panthers won the NFC South last year at 7-8-1. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Rob Demovsky @RobDemovsky

First two-minute drill of camp goes to the defense. Damarious Randall picks off Rodgers in the end zone. Rodgers wanted a penalty.

From Lambeau Field to Harvard

Former Packers LB George Koonce (No. 53 below) has taken this path after 9 years in the NFL. Koonce, the VP of advancement at Marian University, spent part of his summer at Harvard's program for college administrators. 'Dream come true'

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