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Stacking the NFL's offseason agenda

What should be the league's top offseason priority? From putting a period on Deflategate to simplifying the troublesome catch rule, Kevin Seifert runs down the list.

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Miller on Manziel: 'I support him no matter what' (1:28)
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NFL Power Rankings: Way-too-early 2016 edition

The Broncos just won Super Bowl 50, but we're already looking toward next season. Who's poised to make a big leap? Here's our way-too-early 2016 hierarchy.

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Chalk: Latest Super Bowl LI odds

ESPN Chalk presents the odds for every NFL team to win Super Bowl LI, courtesy of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.

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Manning didn't feel sure on Super Bowl victory until late in game (2:14)
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Harris: Jr.: I would have been mad too if I was Cam (0:54)
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Sando: Why Osweiler should stay in Denver

A young quarterback trying to build a solid NFL résumé could hardly do better than to play for a team with a dominating defense. Brock Osweiler should keep this in mind before free agency.

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First round 2016 NFL draft order

The conclusion of Super Bowl 50 means we have an official order for the 2016 NFL draft. Check out the first round.

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Take that, Cam

A Broncos fan, complete with Von Miller jersey, dabs atop a light pole during the team's Super Bowl victory parade this afternoon.

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Seifert: The NFL's offseason agenda

End the Deflategate era. Figure out what makes a catch a catch. Find more QBs. Based on Kevin Seifert's list, the NFL may be wishing it had a longer offseason. Busy offseason

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

LeSean McCoy has hired noted Philadelphia defense attorney Jack McMahon to represent him in the case of the recent fight at an Old City after-hours nightclub, Outside the Lines' John Barr reports.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

The plan right now is for Falcons owner Arthur Blank (prostate cancer) to attend the annual owners meetings in Boca Raton (March 20-23) and the Spring meetings in Charlotte (May 23-25), where the Super Bowl bids for 2019 and 2020 will be chosen, with Atlanta in mix.

Cam Newton: 'Who likes to lose?'

"You show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser."

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Best sports photos of the week

Von Miller strips the ball from Cam, President Obama cracks jokes and the Fighting Irish take down the Tar Heels. Photos

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Police have completed their investigation in the LeSean McCoy case and have turned it over to the Philadelphia District Attorney's office, whose charging unit is in the process of reviewing the case for potential charges.

C.J. Anderson: 'I'm a fat kid at heart'

The Broncos RB confesses to Dan LeBatard that he shamelessly indulges in offseason treats, but says he makes sure to get himself in shape for the season.

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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The deadline for the Los Angeles Rams to accept refundable $100 deposits for the 2016 season tickets ended Monday and the team announced Tuesday that it received more than 56,000. Those deposits allow fans to purchase up to eight tickets a piece with fans getting priority based on when they placed their deposits. Those putting down deposits will get more information on when they can buy their tickets in the coming months.

Vinatieri not retiring, will return for 2016

Veteran K Adam Vinatieri told the Indianapolis Star he wants to return for a 21st NFL season: "There will come a time when it's over for me. I don't think that time is yet. I enjoy playing. I enjoy doing my thing." Vinatieri is a free agent, but Colts owner Jim Irsay told ESPN he'd like to bring him back next season: "We believe hes still kicking at a high level."

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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

One Browns player said he's tried reaching out to Johnny Manziel, as have others, but he hasn't heard back. Several teammates knew Manziel had complained of headaches early in Week 17, the player said.

Sando: Marshawn Lynch has a HOF case

Lynch was a dominant force who carried Seattle to a championship. If that's not reason enough to enshrine him, Mike Sando has a few more arguments. 5 reasons

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Report: Manziel 'hung over' at 2015 meeting

While the Browns are refuting an NFL Network report that the team lied about Johnny Manziel's concussion symptoms prior to the season finale because he allegedly showed up drunk to a team meeting, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that "Manziel looked terrible. He wasn't drunk, but he was heavily hung over on something. There was something going on there." Story

Falcons owner diagnosed with cancer

Falcons owner Arthur Blank released a statement saying he has been diagnosed with a treatable form of prostate cancer. He said in the statement, "I'm looking forward to getting this behind me and continuing a very active lifestyle, my upcoming wedding, as well as continued active involvement in our businesses and philanthropic efforts for years to come."

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts announced today that they've waived quarterback Ryan Lindley. They signed Lindley in Week 17 after they lost Andrew Luck, Matt Hasselbeck and Charlie Whitehurst to season-ending injuries.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans WR Dorial Green-Beckham on The Midday 180 in Nashville regarding whether the team should expect him to be their No. 1 guy in his second season: "I feel like they will be counting on me."

Watch: Broncos' victory celebrations

Denver is celebrating its Super Bowl 50 title with entertainment throughout the day, with the parade going on right now. Streaming live on ESPN3

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Greeny: Peyton 'needs to want to retire'

Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic can't agree on whether Broncos QB Peyton Manning should retire.

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Broncos put Peyton on the clock

John Elway wants to give Peyton Manning time to make his retirement decision ... but he needs that decision by March 9. Story

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Von Miller: Don't write off Johnny Manziel

"His situation is totally different," the Super Bowl MVP said of Manziel, "but I've had tough times in the NFL and I can relate to what he's going through." Story

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Did you know: Peyton's historic win

Did you know Peyton Manning is the first starting quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl with two different teams?

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