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Dickerson: McDonald risk burns Bears

Ray McDonald's latest arrest is embarrassing for the Bears on many levels, writes Jeff Dickerson, but at least they released him quickly.

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Pierce: The significance of Kraft's surrender

The great Patriots soap opera rolls on -- but what on earth is their owner doing surrendering to Roger Goodell? And what does it mean for Tom Brady?

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Cowboys have added WR A.J. Jenkins, former first round pick, according to source. Worked out for team last week.

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We're live with TV and writing from Steelers OTAs, where indications from team is Antonio Brown will be present.

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Will know for sure later today. Brown reportedly flirted with a contract holdout but he's been working out with the team for the last month

Riddick: Peterson missing is no big deal

Insider Louis Riddick is not worried about the star RB missing OTAs from a front-office perspective. "Would you like him to be there? ... Yeah, but right now, this is voluntary. You can't make him be there."

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Tom Brady appeal delayed? Sort of ...

ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss on the 10-day deadline for Brady's appeal: "My interpretation of reading the CBA is that the 10-day mark is the deadline to actually set the date to have the hearing, so we should have a date by Wednesday. That's my interpretation. ... To call it a delay, I'm not sure that would be 100 percent accurate."

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Brady has to wait for appeal

Patriots QB Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension won't be heard by Wednesday, the AP reports. Commissioner Roger Goodell is still slated to hear Brady's case. Story

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Who's to blame over McDonald release?

ESPN's Louis Riddick: "If someone's going to hold themselves accountable, then it has to be ownership, because they're the one who ultimately signed off on it."

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