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100 NFL predictions that will frame 2016 season

We're officially 100 days away from the 2016 NFL season. To celebrate, our NFL reporters compiled 100 predictions that will help shape next season.

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The Giants rookie cornerback channeled his inner Charles Barkley.

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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Amazon Video's eight-part series on the Arizona Cardinals, "All or Nothing," will be released on July 1. The red-carpet premiere in Los Angeles is on June 9.

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The Cardinals led the NFL in total offense in 2015. Every player that accounted for a passing, rushing or receiving yard returns in 2016.

100 predictions for the NFL season

We're 100 days away from the NFL coming back, so ESPN's NFL reporters compiled predictions that will shape the 2016 season. Check them out

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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"You never want to see guys fighting, but at the same time everybody's competitive..,on the practice field we've got to take care of each other. " - Raiders QB Derek Carr

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have signed their two fourth-round picks: defensive end Charles Tapper and quarterback Dak Prescott. That leaves only third-round selection, Maliek Collins, a defensive tackle, unsigned.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"He's starting to put his own spin on things, his own signature (on the offense)." - Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, on QB Derek Carr.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions announced Tim Wright, who waived last week, was placed on injured reserve with the club with a torn ACL. Wright was the team's No. 3 TE last year and re-signed with the club in the offseason. Detroit traded for Wright during training camp last year.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"Maybe they're fired up watching the (Golden State) Warriors close it out last night...we won't waste our time with stuff like that. Raiders want to take care of Raiders." - Jack Del Rio, who called the trio of spats that flared up during OTA practice on Tuesday teaching moments.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Before their offseason work concludes in June the Broncos will have had some coaching interns -- those interested in getting a closer look at the profession -- work with the team's coaching staff. On Tuesday Ray Crockett started with the team and in the coming days Kevin Mawae is expected to work with the staff as well.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

May 2013, Kendall Wright down 14 pounds to 187 sold as good development. May 2016, Kendall Wright up 12 pounds to 195, sold as good development.

Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer 

Sam Bradford says the Eagles QBs are getting along really well through OTAs. "They're great dudes," Bradford said of Carson Wentz and Chase Daniel. "It's a really good room. Carson is a great kid."

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, a Cleveland native, said he attended two Cavaliers home games during the recent Eastern Conference finals against Toronto. Asked about the Cavs' chances of winning the NBA title, Kelce said, "As a Cleveland fan, you can't put too much hope in that." Told he sounded like a true Cleveland fan, Kelce said, "I've got this thing down pat."

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Hall of Fame baseball manager Sparky Anderson is a friend of the California Lutheran baseball program and the field is named for him here just in front of where the Rams temporary practice facility is being built.

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On David Quessenberry: Houston re-did his deal on April 20 to include a full salary split. If/when DQ lands on NFI, he'll make $333k in 2016

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Devonta Freeman on competing against Tevin Coleman in the backfield yet still bonding: "I bond with everybody. We bond as a team. There was never no (animosity) or nothing. That's my teammate. I'm happy when everybody gets their opportunity."

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

I asked Texans coach Bill O'Brien about the challenge of trying to return to football after 4 years without having played. "I don't know if there's anybody that's been out for four years (and returned to football), but if anyone can do it, it's David Quessenberry," he said. Quessenberry missed 2013 with a foot injury and the 2014 and 2015 while recovering from cancer.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders first-round draft pick Karl Joseph works on his flexibility. Still on pace to begin practicing in full at training camp.