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Div. III lineman Marpet surging up draft boards

Ali Marpet's career on Wall Street will have to wait, because the Hobart College offensive lineman's draft stock is rising.

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McShay: Top playmakers in 2015 NFL draft

Todd McShay names his All-Satellite team for the 2015 draft class -- the five players best in space who project as star playmakers in the NFL.

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Ex-NFL player finds home on NASCAR pit crew

Working as a NASCAR jack man is more than just a pit stop in the athletic career of Asa Watson, one of several former NFL players who took a left turn from the gridiron to the garage.

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McShay: Best fits for top DB prospects

Where will the top defensive back prospects in the draft fit best in the NFL? Todd McShay looks at Trae Waynes, Marcus Peters and the rest of the DBs projected to go in the first three rounds.

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Breaking down Shane Ray (3:33)

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Inside The Huddle with John Clayton

Learn ways Tim Tebow can score as an Eagle, how TV networks will treat Peyton Manning's season and why the failure rate is so high for college spread QBs once in the NFL.

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Best secondary options in NFL draft
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Does your team desperately need secondary help? If so, CBs Trae Waynes and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, and safeties Byron Jones and Landon Collins should be on your wish list for next week's draft, writes ESPN's Todd McShay. Secondary help (Insider)

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Chiefs exercise Poe's option

DT Dontari Poe had his fifth-year option picked up by Kansas City on Friday, according to multiple reports. Poe, a 4-year pro, notched 6 sacks from his nose tackle position in 2014.

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Ray Rice addresses Rutgers players

The former Ravens RB attended his alma mater's spring game Friday and spoke to the team at the request of coach Kyle Flood. Rice described his talk to NJ.com: "I gave them the message to go out there and not make the mistakes that I made. If I can help them understand, then I've made an impact."

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Colts owner: Not Super Bowl or bust

Chuck Pagano is in the final year of a four-year deal but Jim Irsay gave the coach a vote of confidence Friday, saying there's been contract talks behind the scenes: "We were proud of our [2014] season and I really feel positive about Chuck and what he's done for us."

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Blaine Bortles? Blake? Peyton's unsure
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The Jaguars used to have a QB named Blaine Gabbert. They now have one named Blake Bortles. Peyton Manning, however, thinks they are starting Blaine Bortles. Slip of the lip

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DeSean Jackson gets reality show

The Redskins receiver will star on a new BET show called "DeSean Jackson: Home Team." The premise, according to BET: Jackson's life "is run by a core group of women," including his mother, sister, publicist and girlfriend. It premieres in June.

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GM: Lions shouldn't walk on planes

Martin Mayhew commented on the picture of DeAndre Levy walking on a wing of a biplane: "I think we need to work on that a little bit and keep our feet on the ground and stay safe. … I saw a picture and that was all I needed to see. I’d rather them just not do that."

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Tony Romo: We're going to win SB 50

While receiving the lifetime achievement award at the Nancy Lieberman Foundation Gala, the 35-year-old Cowboys QB closed his 10-minute speech with a coy smile, saying: "[This award is] incredible and I really appreciate you, and we're going to win a Super Bowl next year. Thank you."

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Woody: 'This happens all the time'

Damien Woody and Antonio Pierce point out that Greg Hardy arguing during conditioning drills is a good thing to motivate teammates, as long as it stays on the field.

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Hardy exchanges words with teammate

DE Greg Hardy and Cowboys teammate Davon Coleman had to be separated in the middle of a verbal altercation today at conditioning drills, according to a Fox Sports report. The NFL suspended Hardy for 10 games earlier this week.

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NFL spending in the offseason

A lot of NFL teams weren't afraid to spend money this offseason but no one was able to match the Dolphins. Miami can thank Ndamukong Suh for that.

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Greg Hardy in verbal altercation

Bill Polian told NFL Insiders: "Well it certainly isn't a step in the right direction but he is a volatile guy, everybody in football knows that."

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Third day holds promise for NFL draft

Not all good players get drafted Day 1: The third day has produced 12 Pro Bowl players in the last 5 years, including half of the Seahawks' Legion of Boom in Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman.

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Cam Newton 'can't wait' for workouts

The Panthers QB said he's healthy and is excited to participate in spring and summer workouts after missing last year's offseason practices due to ankle surgery.

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Shane Ray provides toe injury update

The LB gave SportsCenter an update on his toe, injured in the Citrus Bowl: "It's getting better. it's still a day-to-day process."

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