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Seifert: Bryant should cash in before history intervenes

As the Cowboys and Dez Bryant haggle over a new deal, the specter of Calvin Johnson's career could enter into Dallas' thinking -- and it should make Dez want to ink something soon.

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Mel Kiper Jr.

Kiper: Top 2016 prospects at every position

With the 2015 college football season nearly here, Mel Kiper turns his attention to the 2016 draft, ranking the top 10 prospects at each position.

Should Demaryius Thomas get a long-term deal? (2:53)
Giants pleased with Pierre-Paul's prognosis (1:50)
Sam Ho

Which athletic achievements deserve an ESPY?

Your vote decides who will take home the ESPY for Best Male and Female Athlete, Best Play and so much more. The results will air on the 2015 ESPYS on July 15 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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4dTom Carpenter

Fantasy football mock draft No. 2

Twelve ESPN analysts submitted their second official mock draft of 2015, using the point-per-reception (PPR) scoring format. Le'Veon Bell was the first player off the board.

Olbermann: Remember Deflategate and Ballghazi? (5:24)


Colts O-line poses for Body issue

The Colts offensive line in the ESPN Body Issue? The Colts offensive line in the ESPN Body Issue.


Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

There’s concern Jason Pierre-Paul could miss training camp, start of regular season, per team source; team still awaiting more medical info.

Jason Pierre-Paul still in hospital

The Giants' DE remains in a Florida hospital following a Fourth of July fireworks accident, according to ESPN & media reports. The injuries to his hands and fingers are not expected to be career-threatening. Story

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Dominik: Broncos must sign Thomas

Mark Dominik on the franchised WR: "I know that Peyton Manning makes a lot of players great, but Demaryius Thomas is great no matter what. I don't care what QB is throwing to him, he's going to put up tremendous numbers."


ICYMI: Pierre-Paul in fireworks mishap

New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul injured his hands in a fireworks accident in South Florida, sources told ESPN on Sunday.

Colts OL on Body Issue: You sure?

Colts offensive lineman Jack Mewhort: "When I got this call [to be in the Body Issue], I was like, "They want to see me naked?" I thought I was getting punked." Q&A

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Odell Beckham Jr. poses for Body Issue

"It's unfortunate, in a way, to be known only for The Catch. There were so many other things I did during the season; it's hard for me to distinguish myself because of that catch. I know that I'm more than that. But, at least people know you, you know what I mean?" Bodies we want

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Kevin Seifert @SeifertESPN

Rory McIlroy announces ankle injury on Instagram, w/ his own terms and context. Ah, the joys of individual sports. Fireable offense in NFL.

Pierre-Paul injury reportedly not serious

Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul injured his hands in a fireworks accident in South Florida, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. A source tells ESPN that Pierre-Paul has bad burns on his palm and tips of three fingers. One finger is being checked for nerve damage, but the source said it is believed Pierre-Paul will be fine.

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Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN

I am told Pierre-Paul has some burns on one hand and they are checking his fingers for nerve damage but prognosis is not terrible.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Jason Pierre-Paul expected to meet with doctors, they will have their say, but early indications are, hand injury is not career threatening.

Jason Pierre-Paul injured by fireworks

The Giants DE injured his hands in a fireworks accident, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. The extent of his injury is unknown, and he's still meeting with doctors.

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Odell Beckham Jr. poses without pads

You may be surprised to know that the Giants WR gets his body from his mother. He said, "She was a six-time All-American [in track]. I have her exact body structure from head to toe -- her wrists, arms, everything. I pretty much look like an identical twin of my mom." ESPN The Mag Q&A


Austin Collie returns -- in CFL

The former Colts WR star returned from 3 concussions and a 2-year layoff to play for the B.C. Lions Saturday and caught five passes for 65 yards and a touchdown. "I wouldn't necessarily say it's so much for the love of the game. I just felt like I wasn't done. That feeling of not being done, that's what kept my drive going."

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