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Sando: The not-so-unconventional Chip Kelly

Chip Kelly has made waves with moves many consider unconventional, but when you look at each move on its own, the pattern looks more like a series of logical decisions, writes Mike Sando.

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Fantasy Football: The 'No Respect' Team

What proven performers are not getting the respect they deserve in fantasy football ahead of the 2015 season? KC Joyner identifies five, including New York Giants QB Eli Manning.

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Ray Rice: 'I'm a rehabilitated man'

Former Ravens RB Ray Rice discusses the steps he has taken to rewrite his story after being suspended by the NFL and released by the Ravens for domestic violence. Watch the full interview at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN.

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Johnson Takes On Fan in 'Fifa'

Chad Johnson was bored on Monday, so he traveled to a fan's house to challenge him in a video game battle. Check it out

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Life of a rookie at NFL training camp

Browns undrafted WR Shane Wynn gets the rookie treatment when he has to carry the jerseys and pads of his teammates off the practice field today.

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CFL player forgets how to football

Toronto's A.J. Jefferson forgot to receive the onside kick, so Hamilton's Brandon Stewart recovered the ball untouched and took it all the way in for a TD.

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Big man in a tiny car

John Urschel is 6-foot-3 and 305 pounds, but that doesn't the Ravens guard from driving a teeny compact car. 'My dream car'

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Hard to argue against Arian Foster

The numbers are in Foster's favor as the best back in football in the last 5 years.

Texans' Foster may miss start of season

Houston is concerned that Arian Foster will need surgery after the star RB suffered a groin injury Monday night, according to ESPN's Tania Ganguli and media reports.

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Kelly: Cooper incident may impact image

Chip Kelly says the team's re-signing Riley Cooper after the 2013 season "could be" a reason why former players claim race plays a factor in his decision making. But when asked if the Cooper incident and the recent comments from former players were linked, Kelly said, "I literally don't spend time trying to connect Y to X to Z. We have other things to do." Story

Pryor: 'I feel like I’m a receiver'

Terrelle Pryor said his transition from QB to WR has been going well: "I can’t say I’m already there because I’m not. I’d be lying. I think it’s a process." Pryor injured his hamstring today though and will undergo an MRI.

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Eagles culture under Chip Kelly

Sal Paolantonio discusses the controversy surrounding Chip Kelly's ability to relate to his players: "I’ve never seen anything like this. Going out the door -- one foot out the door -- these guys turn on their ex-head coach."

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From 'Beast Mode' to 'Bane'?

Marshawn Lynch was all business at Seahawks camp Monday, working out in a mask.

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Tebow remains a big draw

Tim Tebow can't escape Florida fans, even after Eagles practice. Not that he minds -- the QB stopped to chat and sign autographs.

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Arian Foster averaged 4.8 yards per carry last season. All other Texans players combined to average 3.1 yards per carry,

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Father of Texans DE Jadeveon Clowney has been arrested and charged with attempted murder for a shooting at a bar in South Carolina.

Concern over Arian Foster's injury

ESPN's Tania Ganguli says the Texans expected certain soft-tissue injuries with the RB coming off injuries last year, but that the injury he suffered Monday is more serious than anticipated.

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Impact of Foster's injury in fantasy

Arian Foster is one of five non-QBs to score at least 1,000 fantasy points over the last five seasons. His 1,103 points are more than any other non-QB in that span and rank 12th overall. With him reportedly out for the start of the regular season though, you may have to re-think your lineup. Play for free

Darren Woodson: Witten is best ever

His former Cowboys teammate told ESPN's Todd Archer, “You cannot tell me there’s a better tight end to ever play the game. I look at Tony Gonzalez. He wouldn’t block a soul. ... Antonio Gates, turn the film on of him. He won’t touch a soul. You already know Jimmy Graham won’t block anybody. This guy, not only is he a great pass catcher, but he’ll do everything.”

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