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Tuesday NFL preview: Devon Still looks to impress

NFL Nation previews what to watch for Tuesday around the NFL, including Devon Still's late push to secure a roster spot in Cincinnati.

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1hJeff Legwold

Montee Ball: 'I'll show them what I can do'

Having been relegated to the No. 4 running back role in Saturday's preseason game, Montee Ball hopes to remind the Denver Broncos of his value.

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Rodak: Quarterback choice is classic Rex Ryan

Instead of playing it safe at quarterback, Bills coach Rex Ryan is rolling the dice with the unproven Tyrod Taylor as his starter. It's a move that aligns perfectly with Ryan's bold style.

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Seifert: Rules changes and points of emphasis for 2015

Offsetting penalties for in-game fighting? Not anymore. Expect to see scuffles -- mild or otherwise -- result in ejections this season. That's not the only rules/procedural change in store.

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20hJane McManus

McManus: NFL fine system harsh on defenders

In a game geared toward offense, NFL defenders often feel helpless as they bear the brunt of the league's fine system, writes Jane McManus.

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17hJean-Jacques Taylor

Taylor: Claiborne must make most of his chance

With Orlando Scandrick lost to injury, Morris Claiborne has a shot at starting in the Dallas Cowboys' defensive backfield. First, he must improve his technique, route recognition and playmaking.

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Hard for Starr to remember the time

Bart Starr's memory is waning after surviving two strokes and a heart attack last September, making it difficult for him to recognize and retain moments from both the past and present. "You know, Bart may grasp it at times, but he’s just not fully conscious of his career or anything,” his wife Cherry said. Lombardi a distant memory

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SalPal: Shocked if no Brady decision today

Sal Paolantonio says Tom Brady and the league are still deadlooked and can't find any common ground.

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Did Alfred Morris' fantasy value dive?

Mobile quarterbacks allow running backs to be better, says fantasy guru Matthew Berry. So the Kirk Cousins over RG III move will be bad for the Redskins RB.

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What's next for Trent Richardson

Could this be the end of the running back's career? ESPN's Bill Williamson weighs in: “Trent Richardson’s NFL career is in major jeopardy.”

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Tom Brady approves of new sketch

Her first attempt wasn't as accurate, so courtroom artist Jane Rosenberg was back at it today during the QB's court appearance, and she succeeded. She said she got a wave and a “thank you” from Brady.

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Tony Romo has second bout with eye stye

The Cowboys QB practiced Monday with a healing stye in his left eye. The first one kept him out of practice for a day in training camp a month ago. "I guess the quirky nature of it is it keeps coming back," coach Jason Garrett said. "But he'll be fine."

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Raiders cut Trent Richardson

The running back's once promising NFL career took a hit Monday when the Raiders released him, sources told ESPN. The Raiders must get their roster down to 75 players by tomorrow. Oakland gave Richardson $600,000 in guaranteed money.

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Bill Williamson ESPN Staff Writer 

Richardson, Dockery part of free-agent class. Now both out at first cuts.

Washington looking for stability at QB

ESPN's John Keim weighs in on the issues the Redskins have had in finding a steady quarterback and whether Kirk Cousins can fill that need moving forward. "There is a chance that the Redskins' starting quarterback beyond 2015 is still in college.”

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RG III can't catch a break

Last season, Robert Griffin III struggled with his footwork. Now he's struggling with his health. His future in Washington is uncertain, but one thing is clear. "The RG III experiment is running out of time," John Clayton says.

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Bills cut Fred Jackson

RB Fred Jackson was released by Buffalo today. His time in the Bills' backfield dates back to 2007, but his last 1,000-yard rushing season was 2009. At 34, he was the oldest running back in the NFL.

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No settlement reached in Brady appeal

Sal Paolantonio and Andrew Brandt explain why the two sides were unable to come to a settlement. Judge Richard M. Berman will rule by Sept. 4.

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Bill Williamson ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders released WR Josh Harper who was Derek Carr's teammate at Fresno State,

Bill Williamson ESPN Staff Writer 

Thompkins is talented but Raiders deep at WR. Butler, Holmes and Roberts more impressive.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chicago Bears final preseason depth chart lists Alan Ball and Kyle Fuller as starting cornerbacks in the aftermath of Tim Jennings' release on Monday.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Because of injuries and uncertainty, Rams still doing some offensive line shuffling. Tim Barnes, Demetrius Rhaney and Garrett Reynolds worked with first team at center, right guard and left guard, respectively.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams had relatively short practice indoors today because they expected lightning in the area. Practice after Jeff Fisher informed the players being cut of their release.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Week 1 starting quarterbacks in the AFC East are (pictured) Ryan Tannehill (Miami Dolphins) Ryan Fitzpatrick (New York Jets), Tyrod Taylor (Buffalo Bills) and Jimmy Garoppolo (New England Patriots).

Bill Williamson ESPN Staff Writer 

Richardson being cut is great sign for Michael Dyer.

Bill Williamson ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources: Raiders begin cut process. Trent Richardson among those cut.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers made five cuts: LB Tavarus Dantzler, T Fabbians Ebbele, LB Josh Francis, DT Lavon Hooks and T Vince Kowalski. That leaves them at 83 players. They need to make eight more moves by tomorrow. The remaining moves could be injury-related.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Steelers' training room getting crowded. Six players listed as reserve/injured, including recently added corner Senquez Golson and kicker Garrett Hartley. Tackle Mike Adams will miss at least the first six weeks of the season.