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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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Who cracks first: Fitzpatrick or Jets? (0:57)
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Saints see Andrus Peat as starter, but where?

Offensive lineman Andrus Peat has drawn praise from coach Sean Payton for his progress this offseason, but his final position remains a mystery.

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Players with most to prove for all 32 NFL teams

Can Jimmy Graham rebound from his season-ending injury? Will Eddie Lacy return to his 2014 form? NFL Nation reporters select the player for each team facing a pivotal 2016 season.

Luck, Hilton optimistic about next season (1:30)
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2016 offseason grades for all 32 NFL teams

Which NFL teams actually made themselves better this offseason? Our crew of NFL Insiders dissects all the relevant draft picks and deals, grading each franchise's performance.


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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Bettman says he has not discussed with Roger Goodell the possibility of the Raiders moving to Vegas or how that would impact NHL expansion

Who cracks first: Fitzpatrick or Jets?

Jeremy Fowler thinks the contract standoff between New York and QB Ryan Fitzpatrick will get "uglier before it gets better."


Greeny makes plea to Fitzpatrick, Jets

Mike Greenberg made an impassioned plea to QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets to come to an agreement because he "cannot take it anymore."


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Such an amazing moment.... I am so grateful for it... As a kid you want to grow up and have a positive impact on others and this makes me feel like I am moving in the right direction #kamcaresfoundation

Rodgers thinks Cobb being mic'd up punctured lung

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers believes his WR teammate Randall Cobb suffered a punctured lung in last season's playoff game against the Arizona Cardinals because he fell on his mic pack while being mic'd up. Story

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Why Lynch isn't coming back to Seahawks

Even if Marshawn Lynch decided to end his retirement after just four months, Sheil Kapadia writes that it's unlikely he would fit into the Seahawks' financial plan for 2016. They've moved on

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