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Show them the money? These NFL players are unhappy with their contracts

Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown are both underpaid, and they know it. Which other players are disgruntled by their current contracts? NFL Nation runs down the list.

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4hJeremy Fowler

Manning, Megatron highlight 2016 NFL all-retirement team

There's enough talent retiring from the NFL this offseason to fill out a stellar 22-man roster -- one that would have serious playoff potential if it competed as the league's 33rd team this fall.

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Who's leading every QB battle entering camp

Robert Griffin III will get the first chance to start for the Browns, while the 49ers' Blaine Gabbert must beat out Colin Kaepernick. John Clayton assesses the six QB battles to watch.

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Barnwell's bounce-back teams for 2016

After experiencing a bunch of bad luck in 2015, the Cowboys and Tony Romo look primed to improve this season. Bill Barnwell predicts which NFL teams will rise and decline in 2016.

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3hJohn Clayton

Who's leading every QB battle entering camp

Robert Griffin III will get the first chance to start for the Browns, while the 49ers' Blaine Gabbert must beat out Colin Kaepernick. John Clayton assesses the six QB battles to watch.

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Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

In his first remarks since Tom Brady's four-game suspension was upheld by the court, Bill Belichick said Brady will return as the starter in Week 5. At the same time, team's goal is to get Jimmy Garoppolo ready for the first four games.

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From Peyton to Megatron, this year's All-Retirement team could give a lot of NFL squads a challenge: es.pn/2aq9BvY

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans was asked what he learned after starting 6-6, then dropping four-straight games last year: "We needed [rookie linebacker] Kwon Alexander a lot. When he got suspended, we lost every game after that. He's a big piece."

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguar coach Gus Bradley said team wants to give fan base what they deserve: victories. To do that, though, he said team needs to stick to process.

Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels greets reporters by saying, "Happy New Year." He says all QBs will get reps in camp and it is about building a foundation for entire year.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley says team will manage the WR group in terms of reps in camp. Want to avoid soft-tissue injuries, which seems to impact WRs more than any other position.

Business as usual with Garoppolo at helm

Louis Riddick does not expect New England's offense to change that much when QB Jimmy Garoppolo starts during Tom Brady's suspension: "I don't think there's anything that Jimmy can't do ... that Tom does."

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Just about every Packers receiver had trouble with this drill, including Randall Cobb and Davante Adams. But rookie Trevor Davis made it look easy.

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Jamaal Charles was placed on the physically unable to perform list by the Chiefs. He won't be able to practice until he oasses a physical exam. Coach Andy Reid said he didn't expect Charles to pass the physical in time to participate in the start of training camp on Saturday. Charles missed the final 11 regular season games last year with a torn ACL.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers officially have signed safety Kurt Coleman to a three-year extension.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

That's it for Day 2 of Packers camp after a two-hour and seven-minute practice. The pads come on tomorrow.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 15 is wide receiver Mike Williams, who practiced this morning as the Chiefs began a three-day mini-camp for rookies, quarterbacks and selected injured veterans. Williams, signed by the Chiefs in the offseason, hadn't practiced with his new team because of a hamstring injury. Williams, who caught 193 passes and scored 23 touchdowns for the Bucs from 2010 through 2012, is trying to resurrect his career.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts coach Chuck Pagano reiterates that WR TY Hilton is coming off "the best offseason he's ever had." Hilton is coming off back-to-back Pro Bowl appearances