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NFL Injury Wire: Latest updates, analysis

Bengals DE Michael Johnson was carted off the practice field Sunday with an apparent knee injury. Who else is hurting? Our reporters have the latest injury news.

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Dez Bryant involved in fight at training camp (1:46)
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Winston: Looking to get out on the field (3:24)
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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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Rob Demovsky @RobDemovsky

First two-minute drill of camp goes to the defense. Damarious Randall picks off Rodgers in the end zone. Rodgers wanted a penalty.

From Lambeau Field to Harvard

Former Packers LB George Koonce (No. 53 below) has taken this path after 9 years in the NFL. Koonce, the VP of advancement at Marian University, spent part of his summer at Harvard's program for college administrators. 'Dream come true'

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Edwards: Right call on Bills' Kromer

Herm Edwards on Bills OL coach Aaron Kromer's 6-game suspension: "You send a powerful message to your locker room, that things of this nature will not be tolerated."

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Bills suspend O-line coach first 6 games

Aaron Kromer has been suspended without pay. Battery charges against him -- stemming from a July 11 incident in which he allegedly punched a boy in the face and threatened to kill his family in a dispute over beach chairs -- were dropped earlier this week. Story

Tom Brady celebrates 38th birthday

Thirty-seven was a year of ups-and-downs for the Super Bowl winning-QB, but he can spend his 38th birthday relaxing if he wants -- the Patriots don't practice today.

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Status of Muhammad Wilkerson

Coach Todd Bowles isn't concerned with the Jets DL's tweaked hamstring. Rich Cimini's take: "For him to walk off in front of 2,000 people in the middle of a practice, you know there had to be some significant level of discomfort."

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How the Panthers can replace Hardy

ESPN's David Newton suggests some players -- namely Frank Alexander and Kony Ealy-- that could make up for the loss of Greg Hardy.

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Mel Kiper Jr. -- man, myth or legend?

Perhaps all three? Consider this: The 55-year-old NFL draft guru said on Mike & Mike that he has never changed a tire, never written a check and never had an ATM card.

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Jerry Jones on fight: 'That's good stuff'

Said the Cowboys owner: “That [training camp] atmosphere breeds that kind of passion, that kind of excitement, and sure enough here comes some little after-the-whistle action. … That’s good stuff. That’s training camp. Now that’s not new. That’s been happening in our training camp for years and years and years."

Archer: Bryant, Patmon fight no big deal

Said Cowboys reporter Todd Archer: "The strange part was Dez Bryant kept going after Tyler Patmon after many people tried to break it up. ... After practice, they got together, they shook hands, they hugged, they said they squashed it, and they're moving on."

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Bills take firm stance on Kromer

Field Yates on the O-line coach's suspension: "The charges were dropped against Aaron Kromer during that incident that took place in Florida earlier this summer, but the team has decided to nonetheless punish Kromer."

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Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN

Source close to the situation: "No change" in the JPP/Giants situation from last week. Still no timetable or plan for return to team.

Seattle laying a foundation

By getting players like QB Russell Wilson and LB Bobby Wagner signed to long-term deals, the Seahawks now have 8 key players locked up through at least 2017.

Seahawks keeping nucleus together

QB Russell Wilson is one of eight key players signed through at least 2017. Field Yates' take: "The core is in place for Seattle, not just to be good right now, but to be good over a sustained period of time."

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Kuechly models game on Ray Lewis

Two-time Pro Bowl LB Luke Kuechly grew admiration for the former Ravens LB because of his "leadership and his passion and love for the game."

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Green Bay's winning formula at WR

The system eschew's labels such as the classic No. 1 receiver. Instead, Packers WR Randall Cobb says: "We emphasize having a high football IQ and understanding why you're doing what you're doing." Smarts and flexibility

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WATCH: Live at Panthers camp

SportsCenter peeks in at Carolina's training camp in Spartanburg, S.C. LB Luke Kuechly and coach Ron Rivera plan talk later in the morning. The Panthers won the NFC South last year at 7-8-1. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN