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Dominik: 24 players any team would want

Which NFL players would be coveted by every team if they hit the open market? Mark Dominik makes his list, which includes J.J. Watt and Odell Beckham Jr.

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Steve Muench

Muench: Top five impact rookie playmakers

Which NFL rookies will make an impact early on? Steve Muench ranks his top five rookie playmakers for 2015, starting with Ravens WR Breshad Perriman.

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Jameis Winston to miss Buccaneers' OTA

No. 1 pick Jameis Winston will miss Thursday's OTA to take part in the NFL Players Association Rookie Premiere event.

Ray McDonald arrested again (3:57)


Wallace adjusting to Vikings offense

Former Dolphins and Steelers WR Mike Wallace on the difference being on his new team: "It's a vertical offense, [rather] than a short, West Coast offense. You go down the field a lot more here, more what I'm accustomed to." Feeling at home

Name That Eagle

The Eagles have undergone widespread roster changes during the offseason. Some Philly fans need some time to get used to their new team.


Hardy appeal will lean on precedent

Andrew Brandt discusses the details of Greg Hardy's appeal and what's the likelihood that his appeal will be successful? Says Andrew Brandt: "I think this will be reduced. I think it will come out ... in the four to six game range."


Perriman in good situation in Baltimore

Steve Muench from Scouts Inc. ranks the best rookie playmakers for 2015, starting with Ravens big-play WR Breshad Perriman. The top 5 (Insider)

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Dominik: 32-team free agents

Which NFL players would be coveted by every team if they hit the open market? Let's just say Texans and Giants fans should be glad that's not the case for J.J. Watt and Odell Beckham Jr. All players (Insider)

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Josh Weinfuss @joshweinfuss

Sad to hear about John Siegal's passing. Interviewed him in 2011 about Bears-Packers rivalry. Likely was the last player from '41 game.

Attorney: No McDonald restraining order

The attorney for Ray McDonald, Steve Defilippis, told ESPN's Josina Anderson the former Bears DE was not served with a restraining order and said McDonald was told his fiancee would not be at the house: "He goes there to meet the investigator for a legitimate purpose and the police show up and arrest him." Story

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McCaskey: Ray McDonald signing my call

Bears chairman George McCaskey explains he was the one who signed off on bringing in McDonald. He trusts the safeguards Chicago has in place to handle players with questionable character will hold up in the future.