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15hJohn Clayton

Clayton: 49ers run game still a focus

In San Francisco, an efficient running game was a constant during the Jim Harbaugh years. Everything has changed, but the focus on the run game shouldn't, as John Clayton explains.

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16hKC Joyner

Fantasy football mock draft: 12-team, half-PPR

Twelve ESPN analysts completed their fourth mock draft of 2015, a 12-team, half-PPR setup. KC Joyner explains his picks and gets insight from other drafters as well.

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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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James Walker @JamesWalkerNFL

*Shakes people out of bed* WAKE UP, Dolphins tweeps! Day 5 of training camp begins at 8am. I will be live tweeting from practice in an hour.

The Butler did it ...

... with one hand, on the practice field. That's Raiders WR Brice Butler, and he looks in midseason form with this one-handed gem.

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Aaron Rodgers kicks it with Munn

While Olivia Munn has been preparing to play Psylocke in the next X-Men movie, the Packers QB has been crashing her workout videos, this time showing off some serious boxing skills.

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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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With training camps now open, NFL teams are well under way in preparing for the upcoming season. Fantasy owners should also be getting ready for a championship run now, as well. Play for free

Lawyer: Titans WR didn't punch anybody

The lawyer for Titans WR Justin Hunter said Monday that his client didn't sucker punch anybody outside a Virginia Beach bar following a massive brawl inside of it over the July Fourth weekend. "I think our evidence will show, and I'm not going into specific details, that maybe even the group that includes the guy bringing the charges were the aggressors," said attorney Toby Vick, as quoted in The Tennessean. Story

Former Lions RB Mel Farr dies at age 70

The team confirmed former running back Mel Farr died on Monday at 70 years old. Farr was named the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1967 and led the team in rushing yards three times to help him earn two Pro Bowl selections.

Tough love: RB's mom won't wear jersey

“You’ve got to show me a little something, but it won’t be this year,” said Carmen Gordon, mother of Chargers rookie Melvin Gordon. “He's got to earn it. ... So you might see me in the stands, but I won’t have the jersey on. I did the same thing in college because I just want to hear what people are saying.”

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Paul Kuharsky @PaulKuharskyNFL

Crouched behind end zone during 1-on-1s to snap pics. Almost got hit w pass, which was my bad. Mariota found me in locker room to apologize!

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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Patriots' new-look defense

Darrelle Revis, Brandon Browner, Vince Wilfork? All gone. Malcolm Butler, get ready. "Can he step up and be the guy ... You'll never forget about Revis, but you're going to always remember [the Super Bowl INT]," Antonio Pierce says.

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Giants GM: I've talked with JPP

Jerry Reese described his conversation with injured DE Jason Pierre-Paul as "personal." Reese added on WFAN Radio: "I want to keep it private between him and I, and we'll leave it at that. It was a good conversation." Tom Coughlin said he still hasn't spoken with JPP, "but as long as he's talking to Jerry or somebody in the building, it looks like there's a chance that the communication can open up."

Tony Romo, Jason Witten talk Loyalty

ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden sat down with the Cowboys QB and tight end. Said Witten: "My job is to support [Romo] until we can't play anymore." Said Romo: "We're lucky to be on a team with some really good players."

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