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Brady friend says phone change part of routine

A close friend of Tom Brady's said Wednesday he was not at all surprised to read that the New England Patriots quarterback had destroyed his cellphone in March.

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Goodell's 20-page appeal decision

Wonder why Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady's four-game suspension? The commissioner lays out his reasoning in this 20-page memo.

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Teddy Bridgewater bulks up for season

The Vikings QB entered training camp Wednesday at 215 pounds: "I'm trying to make sure that I'm building myself up to withstand some hits that I'm going to take throughout the year and withstand the long season that's ahead of us."

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Tim Tebow apparently loves leg day

And his technique is odd. Or genius? You decide.

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Sammy Watkins: Playoffs or bust for Bills

The WR knows a record number of season tickets have been sold: "We have to win now. We can't win next year or the following year and say we don't have the team. We've got the team. We've got the coaches."

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Benjamin praises Panthers' receivers

Panthers WR Kelvin Benjamin says the receiving corps is "way better" than a year ago and believes the offense should have more options due to improved talent and a healthy Cam Newton. Benjamin added that the hamstring injuries that kept him out of most of OTAs are healed and he's ready to go.

Recapping the Tom Brady saga

A lot has gone down in New England over the past two days. And with the Patriots taking the field today for training camp, Mike Reiss recaps what you may have missed -- like Robert Kraft ripping the league. 5 things

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Mike Leach offers DeflateGate solution

Said the Washington State coach: "Here's what we need to do. Let's not worry about how much air is in a football."

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Familiar faces back for Packers

The Packers have their first training camp practice today, and there should be lots of familiarity for a team that led the NFL in scoring last season (30.4 PPG), as they return 95% of their offensive snaps, the highest percentage of any team in the NFL.

Le'Veon Bell not sure why ban reduced

"I just want to go out there and continue to practice with my team as long as I can. I don't want to go through all the details. I'm just glad I got the suspension reduced."

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