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Sources: Seahawks, Wilson agree to deal

Quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $87.6 million, sources confirmed to ESPN.

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Your guide to each NFL team's most valuable running backs in terms of fantasy value for the 2015 season.

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Mike Golic pleads with Jets' Richardson

"Look what happened to Jerome Brown. I can plead to Sheldon. Google it, Sheldon. Look at it. Read the story. Guy that was 27 years old, lived fast, had a good time, drove fast, and that’s how he was killed with his nephew. Driving fast in his Corvette. Car went out of control, flipped, hit a telephone poll. Both dead. That quickly. It’s over."

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Broncos' Elway 'excited' to have Kubiak

John Elway is looking forward to the Broncos' season with coach Gary Kubiak: "He is the guy in control, in command."

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Wilson better than his draft class

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson, who signed a 4-year extension with Seattle today, has more postseason starts than all 5 of the quarterbacks drafted ahead of him combined.

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Andy Dalton dismisses All-Star boos

The Bengals QB, booed during a celebrity softball game as part of MLB's All-Star Weekend in Cincinnati, heard cheers amid the boos: "There's a lot of loyal fans and a lot of people that have backed me and supported me, and that's all I've heard."

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Julian Edelman: Pats won't be distracted

Said the Patriots WR: "Ultimately our mind's on just trying to get in here and get to work and try to mold our team."

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Farmer: Turning in phone the 'right thing'

Browns GM Ray Farmer willingly turned his phone over to the league when it investigated his in-game texting last season, and he was suspended four games. Said Farmer: "I made the mistake. ... It was the right thing to do and I had nothing to hide."

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Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

No surprise but Bucs officially name Jameis Winston starting QB. Now will be Winston vs. Mariota in Week 1.

Herm Edwards: Jets must help Richardson

"You have to take a long look at this and say, 'OK. What is the league going to do, but more important, what are we going to do to help [Sheldon Richardson]?' Because right now he's headed down a road that's not the road that he wants to travel."

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Seahawks keeping their core together

Herm Edwards approves of QB Russell Wilson's four-year, $87.6M contract extension: "It's about winning. It's about what you bring to your football team."

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Mike Rodak @mikerodak

LeSean McCoy says he canceled his party. Said it got too wild and taken out of context. Says he never should have posted invitation.

Cam Newton is relaxed, cracking jokes

The Panthers QB is loose, relaxed and sporting a Charlotte Hornets hat at his first press conference of camp. When asked what people should see in him? "Hopefully they see I am pretty." He laughed.

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Mike Rodak @mikerodak

Rex on LeSean's party: "I did not get an invite. I'm a little disappointed about that. But maybe next year."

Clayton: Wilson needed to take this deal

Said John Clayton: "Russell Wilson doesn't make turnovers. And this was one where he might have been disappointed with not getting the bigger contract, not getting the $25M, but he had to take the safe play and take the money."

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SportsCenter: Live from NFL training camp

SportsCenter is at Denver training camp, checking out how the Brocos are preparing for the upcoming season. GM John Elway is speaking live. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Junior Galette to sign with Redskins

Former Saints LB Junior Galette is signing a 1-year deal in Washington, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter. He recorded 10 sacks last season with New Orleans.

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