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Berry: My bold fantasy football predictions

John Brown will catch at least 10 TDs this season. Yes, you heard me ... 10 TDs! With this and other predictions, Matthew Berry goes way out on a limb with a bold statement for each NFL team.

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San Francisco signed DT Darnell Dockett to a two-year, $7.25M contract this offseason, but the team cut him today, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. Dockett had 40.5 sacks and made three Pro Browls in 10 years with the Cardinals.

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Kyle Schwarber out 3-5 days

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The Bengals have to get down to their 53-man roster limit by 4 p.m. ET Saturday. If they plan to cut LB Chris Carter, well, a call to let him know won't do the trick -- he plans to turn off his phone. ""If you're going to cut me, you have to come find me," he says. A life-changing weekend

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Legal FAQ: Inside the judge's decision

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A bobbling football? No problem
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Lenoir-Rhyne University DB Cliff Barrett intercepted a pass ... while falling down ... while the ball was twirling end over end. Someone check his gloves for duct tape.

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Chiefs coach Andy Reid tells Mike & Mike that Eric Berry is rejuvenated in his return to football: "The neat part right now is that he's loving every day and every minute of what he's getting to do right now."

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Cain shows off muscle after homer
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Royals OF Lorenzo Cain muscled a three-run HR Thursday night, then marveled at his bicep in the dugout.

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Tom Brady Sr. 'elated' over judge's ruling
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College Football 

ESPN's Desmond Howard says it's not the trio of interceptions that should bug Michigan's Jake Rudock: "If I'm Jim Harbaugh, I'm more concerned with Rudock missing those open touchdown throws."

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Smith: 'Unconventional pressure' from UVa
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Robert Smith explains why UCLA QB Josh Rosen -- a true freshman -- might have trouble staying upright on Saturday vs. Virginia.

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Can MSU make playoff with a loss to OSU?
College Football 

Mike Greenberg doesn't think the Spartans will make the College Football Playoff if they lose to the Buckeyes in November: "I don't think a one-loss team out of the Big Ten that doesn't get into the conference title game will get in, even if they're one of the four best teams in the country."

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Going back to last week, Jason Day has birdied 12 of his last 22 holes. This feels like it would be a decent percentage.

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Regarding the Tom Brady decision, Mike Greenberg thinks Judge Berman could have done in one sentence what it took him 40 pages to say.

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