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Sando: Bobby Wagner locked in by Seahawks

Linebacker Bobby Wagner is the latest Seattle draft pick to sign a long-term deal after playing under a cheap rookie deal, writes Mike Sando.

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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.


Broncos receivers are REALLY young

OK, so these guys won't be suiting up in September. But some kids had the time of their lives, getting to catch passes from Peyton Manning at Broncos practice.


Richie Incognito Ahead of the Game

Rex Ryan named Incognito the Bills' starting LG, and he's pleased with what he's seeing. "Rex has said he’s been blown away with what Richie’s done so far in training camp," said ESPN's Mike Rodak.


Steelers WR undergoes surgery

Martavis Bryant will miss several days of training camp following a minor procedure to remove an elbow infection. "He should be back to us sooner rather than later," Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said. Story

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Boykin clarifies Kelly remarks

Brandon Boykin was traded from the Eagles to the Steelers on Saturday and told CSN Philly that Eagles coach Chip Kelly was "uncomfortable around grown men of our culture." At Steelers practice today, he said: "When you're a player, you want to be able to relate to your coach off the field. There were times he just didn't talk to people. ... I'm not saying he's a racist in any way." Story

The Real Housewives of Richmond?

How do the Redskins stay loose during training camp? For DL Chris Baker, the answer is reality TV: "I watch 'Love and Hip Hop.' I watch 'The [Real] Housewives of Beverly Hills.' I watch all the 'Housewives.'" Music, games and more

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Wilkerson exits with hurt hamstring

Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson, in negotiations for a long-term contract extension, left practice early with a hamstring injury.

Michael Johnson carted off field

About an hour into Sunday's training camp, the Bengals DE left the field with a knee injury following a drill that featured only RBs, defensive linemen and LBs. He was taken into Paul Brown Stadium for further evaluation.

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Pryor is catching on

Based on this photo he posted to his Instagram account, Browns newcomer and former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor seems to be adjusting well to his new position of wide receiver.


Good starts for Winston, Mariota

Field Yates on the No. 1 and 2 picks of the 2015 draft: "The early returns on each of these guys have been what you want."


Mincey ends holdout, could face fines

After ending a brief absence, Cowboys DE Jeremy Mincey will ease into today’s practice. He led the Cowboys in sacks last year and could now pay up to $30,000 in fines. Mincey is scheduled to make $1.5M this season. Story

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Seahawks fill newly-vacant spot

Seattle added depth to its roster by acquiring CB Mohammed Seisay from the Detroit Lions for an undisclosed 2016 draft pick. The 25-year-old appeared in 13 games with Detroit. The Seahawks cut DT Tony McDaniel earlier today. Story

Twitter star's Chiefs career cut short

LaVance Taylor, who signed with the Chiefs after asking the team to sign him on Twitter, was waived today. Taylor rushed for 1,962 yards and 15 touchdowns last season at Central Missouri.

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Scot Mccloughan said he spoke w/more than 20 people about junior galette. Mccloughan said he did not like 'that video'. But 'learned truth'

Redskins GM defends Galette signing

Redskins GM Scot McCloughan said of LB Junior Galette, who was signed on Friday: "The decision was made because we really believe he's a Redskin, and that's why we signed him." Galette was arrested in January after an alleged domestic dispute. Charges were dropped, but the episode remains under review by the league.

Charles: The LeBron of football?

Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles on getting so much attention from opposing defenses: "As long as I play in this league and play on a high level, I always feel like a team is going to have to stop me. I feel like sometimes I'm the LeBron of football, especially at my position because I can do so much." What do the numbers say?

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ICYMI: Rodgers from downtown ... bang!

It's early, but the Packers QB Aaron Rodgers' accuracy is already spot on.


Lions 'expect' to be playoff team

This is what coach Jim Caldwell said of Detroit, who went 11-5 last season. They haven't reached the postseason in consecutive years since 1995. Story

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Browns defense crowned at practice

Rookie NT Danny Shelton dons the winning jersey -- an idea created by coach Mike Pettine that honors the superior unit of the day. Perhaps the offense will have better luck next practice.

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Super Bowl hero, Brady trash talking

Malcolm Butler is getting more attention in Patriots' training camp, especially since he is covering Julian Edelman: "I tell Tom 'throw the ball, throw the ball! Throw at me, throw at me!' When he gets me, he's going to let me know."

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Mariota calm, consistent in the pocket

Marcus Mariota is adjusting to working from under center at Titans camp. The No. 2 overall draft pick told reporters today: "As the day went on I thought I got better at that."