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Reid: Kyle Shanahan in his best role yet

New Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan has quietly worked wonders with marginal QBs. Now he gets Matt Ryan as he auditions to be a head coach.

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Donovan McNabb arrested in June DUI

The former NFL QB was arrested just before midnight June 28 after rear-ending a car at a stoplight in Gilbert, Ariz., according to a Gilbert Police Department statement. It didn't specify what his BAC was, but he was taken to a holding facility before being cited and released. Story

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Brady decision looms over Pats' summer

Mike Reiss writes, "While I think Roger Goodell would consider reducing the suspension, I'd be surprised if he vacates it based on my view of the league's handling of the issue to this point." Patriots mailbag

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Huge chance for Atlanta's Shanahan

New Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan has quietly worked wonders with marginal QBs. Now he gets Matt Ryan as he auditions to be a head coach. A great fit

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Knowledge is power in fantasy RB prep

It is nearly impossible to achieve top running back status without reaching 1,000 rushing yards. So keep that in mind when considering guys who expect to share the workload, like DeMarco Murray. Key stats for RBs (Insider)

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Favre: Leaving Packers was 'surreal'

Former quarterback Brett Favre said that his prevailing thought when he left Lambeau Field for the last time as a member of the Green Bay Packers was: "How did it ever get to this point?" Interview

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What to do about Russell Wilson

Bill Barnwell writes that Russell Wilson is due for a raise, but it won't be for $25 million per year. Why not

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Schefter: 'A lot of concern' for JPP

Adam Schefter says both the Giants and Jason Pierre-Paul's camp are being eerily quiet about the DE's prognosis: "The Giants are trying ... to ascertain exactly how bad the damage to his hands actually is."

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Schefter: 'A lot of concern' for JPP

Adam Schefter says both the Giants and Jason Pierre-Paul's camp are being eerily quiet about the DE's prognosis: "The Giants are trying ... to ascertain exactly how bad the damage to his hands actually is."

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Cam works out with Aussie Rules team

Panthers QB Cam Newton is practicing with the Richmond Tigers this week. "It's a very cool sport. I knew nothing about footy, as you guys call it. ... In our sport, they're constantly putting things on you to protect you, but in this sport they're taking things away."

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Knowledge is power in fantasy RB prep

It is nearly impossible to achieve top running back status without reaching 1,000 rushing yards. So keep that in mind when considering guys who expect to share the workload, like DeMarco Murray. Key stats for RBs (Insider)

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Haynesworth regrets leaving Titans

Albert Haynesworth, regarded as a free-agent bust in Washington, wrote in The Players' Tribune that he never should have left Tennessee for a $100M deal with the Redskins. In a letter to his younger self, Haynesworth writes: "If nothing else, listen to me on this, Albert: Do not leave the Tennessee Titans."

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There’s concern Jason Pierre-Paul could miss training camp, start of regular season, per team source; team still awaiting more medical info.

Colts O-line poses for Body issue

The Colts offensive line in the ESPN Body Issue? The Colts offensive line in the ESPN Body Issue.

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Jason Pierre-Paul still in hospital

The Giants' DE remains in a Florida hospital following a Fourth of July fireworks accident, according to ESPN & media reports. The injuries to his hands and fingers are not expected to be career-threatening. Story

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Dominik: Broncos must sign Thomas

Mark Dominik on the franchised WR: "I know that Peyton Manning makes a lot of players great, but Demaryius Thomas is great no matter what. I don't care what QB is throwing to him, he's going to put up tremendous numbers."

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ICYMI: Pierre-Paul in fireworks mishap

New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul injured his hands in a fireworks accident in South Florida, sources told ESPN on Sunday.

Colts OL on Body Issue: You sure?

Colts offensive lineman Jack Mewhort: "When I got this call [to be in the Body Issue], I was like, "They want to see me naked?" I thought I was getting punked." Q&A

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