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Seifert: Teddy Bridgewater in the House of Turner

No rookie QB had a better season in 2014, and now Teddy is paired with not just one of the great QB gurus of a generation -- but the second generation of Norv Turner, too.

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The three PR options available to Tom Brady

One thing is clear: Tom Brady is very bad at public relations. Dan Pfeiffer, a former senior adviser to President Obama, gives the Patriots QB three strategies to dig his way out of Deflategate.

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Grantland: The NFL's next notable pass rushers

Pass-rushers are becoming more difficult to come by on the free market. Bill Barnwell and Robert Mays run down the most likely sack artists to soon become household names.

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Dez: 'Desperate to get back out here' (0:40)
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Morris Claiborne down to final chance with Cowboys (0:55)
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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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'Oops, practice started'

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has been signing autographs for so long that he missed the start of tonight's practice. Looks as though he just noticed, too.

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Wilson a top fantasy option for 2015

Seahawks fans don't have to worry about Russell Wilson's contract, but will he be on your fantasy team this season? He enters camp as ESPN's No. 3-ranked fantasy QB, throwing a lot to Jimmy Graham. Play for free

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Tony Romo out of today's practice

The Cowboys QB only took part in the walkthrough as he had a sty below his left eye treated today. He will be re-evaluated for tomorrow, the Cowboys' first padded practice.

Reporter gets the Belichick treatment

They just wanted to know if Bill saw the "cheaters look up" banner flying over Pats practice on Thursday. Belichick responded exactly how you'd expect.

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Charges dropped against Bills assistant

The misdemeanor battery charge against Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer was dropped on Friday by the Florida state attorney's office. Assistant Florida state attorney Bobby Elmore told ESPN late Wednesday that the charge was dropped at the request of the accusers' parents, who reached an "amicable resolution" with Kromer's attorneys. Story

A 100% reason to remember the name

Chiefs CB Sean Smith gives an interview with some personalized headgear.

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Rich Cimini @RichCimini

Sheldon Richardson said he didn't tell anyone about the arrest, not even his parents. Declined to get into details. Remorseful. #nyj

Mike Golic pleads with Jets' Richardson

"Look what happened to Jerome Brown. I can plead to Sheldon. Google it, Sheldon. Look at it. Read the story. Guy that was 27 years old, lived fast, had a good time, drove fast, and that’s how he was killed with his nephew. Driving fast in his Corvette. Car went out of control, flipped, hit a telephone poll. Both dead. That quickly. It’s over."

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Witten: 'Silly to talk about' Super Bowl goal

Cowboys TE Jason Witten when asked about the team's goal: “It’s the championship, yeah. Winning the Super Bowl, right? There’s 31 other teams that have the same goal, too. ... Everybody has the same expectations, but it would be foolish for me being a 13-year veteran talking about playing in the Super Bowl."

Expedited Brady decision requested

The NFL and NFLPA have agreed to find a "final resolution" before the start of the 2015 season after agreeing that would be "in everyone's best interest," according to multiple reports. The Patriots' first game is Sept. 10. Story

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Cam Newton defends offseason

The Panthers QB doesn't think his "adventurous" offseason, which included flag football, put him at risk: "Walking down the street you can get hit by a car. I don't live life with any type of regrets. ... I don't want my stardom to alienate me from the regular public."

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How to use Twitter to get an NFL job

Ask and you shall receive is how the saying goes, right? LaVance Taylor took that to a new level this week: The RB reached out to the Chiefs on Twitter, asking for a job. Kansas City decided to take him up on it. Signed to a contract

Rich Cimini @RichCimini

Sheldon Richardson hears it from a few fans after jumping offsides in the red zone. Playing with backups again. #nyj

trey wingo @wingoz

not only the smart move.. but the RIGHT move by both NFL and NFLPA to have final resolution in this Brady deflate mess prior to season start

Jameis Winston named starting QB

Said Ryan Clark: "It's a smart decision [for the Bucs]. ... Now your team feels like, we know who we're riding with."

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Gates: 'I'm just ready to play football'

Chargers TE Antonio Gates is ready to get back on the field. And despite facing a suspension to start the season, Gates has used the situation to educate others.

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