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Steelers find hidden win in Le'Veon Bell suspension

Le'Veon Bell's suspension could hurt the Steelers on the field, but will give them leverage when negotiating his deal when he's a free agent in 2017.

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Top stats to know: AFC training camps

NFL teams report to training camp this week. Here are the top stats to know about every AFC team heading into the 2016 NFL season.

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The next wave of NFL head coaches

Todd Haley's work in Pittsburgh has him on the head-coaching radar, but which other NFL assistants will also be in the running? Mike Sando takes a look around the league.

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Ranking next year's top 25 NFL free agents

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins, who's playing under the franchise tag, and Cardinals DB Tyrann Mathieu, who's coming back from a knee injury, are among the top projected free agents in the 2017 class.

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James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Greg Jennings announced his retirement Monday after 10 seasons. He spent his last year with the Miami Dolphins catching 19 passes in 16 games. Jennings also served as mentor for younger receivers in Miami such as Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Le'Veon Bell takes to social media to declare victory on his appeal of a suspension for possible violations of the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. "I am not going to miss games, trust me," said Bell on Instagram in response to a fan posting a picture of Bell wearing a gas mask while carrying the ball. Bell faces a four-game suspension for missed drug tests, according to ESPN's Dan Graziano. "People have no idea what happened but don't worry...let me hate," Bell also wrote.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell says team willing to take calculated risks but won't do anything to jeopardize what they've built. Re: Greg Hardy.

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

#Vikings were not counting on Phil Loadholt return from Achilles injury. Viewed it as bonus had he been able to play. Signed Andre Smith

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

And another notable retirement: former Packers, Vikings, Dolphins WR Greg Jennings hangs up his cleats. Strong run.

Adam Caplan @caplannfl

Another #Raiders note: TE Clive Walford (knee laceration) ran Sunday, but will be eased in. Karl Joseph did a bit more Sunday than Walford.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

What does Panthers quarterback Cam Newton like for breakfast at training camp?Shrimp and grits. Team dietician Jennifer Brunelli reveals this and more on Carolina eating habits in story on ESPN.com.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills CB Stephon Gilmore will not hold out in hopes of a new contract, telling ESPN NFL Insider Josina Anderson, "I'm planning to go out to training camp. I know what I am. It'll happen eventually." Gilmore previously said, "We'll see" in June when asked if he would report to training camp and play out the final year of his rookie contract at $11.082 million.

Bell's violations give Steelers advantage

Adam Caplan says RB Le'Veon Bell's missed drug tests and looming four-game suspension give the Steelers the upper hand and that Pittsburgh can enjoy Bell's production without the pressure of signing him to an enormous long-term deal.

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Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

As expected, source says #NFL looking into possibility Aldon Smith engaged in behavior that violates protocols for suspended player

NFL's biggest injury question marks

J.J. Watt just had his second surgery of the offseason, while Tony Romo broke his collarbone twice in 2015. NFL Nation goes team by team, detailing the injured players to watch in training camp. Looming injuries

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Wilson congratulates Griffey on HOF induction

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson salutes fellow Seattle athlete Ken Griffey Jr. on his Hall of Fame induction and thanks "The Kid" for being an inspiration to him and many others.

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Worst sports uniforms in history

Take a look back at some of the most infamous uniforms worn in sports throughout the years, including the "leisure suit" uniform Chris Sale reportedly destroyed.

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