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Seifert: Teddy Bridgewater in the House of Turner

No rookie QB had a better season in 2014, and now Teddy is paired with not just one of the great QB gurus of a generation -- but the second generation of Norv Turner, too.

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The three PR options available to Tom Brady

One thing is clear: Tom Brady is very bad at public relations. Dan Pfeiffer, a former senior adviser to President Obama, gives the Patriots QB three strategies to dig his way out of Deflategate.

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Grantland: The NFL's next notable pass rushers

Pass-rushers are becoming more difficult to come by on the free market. Bill Barnwell and Robert Mays run down the most likely sack artists to soon become household names.

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Morris Claiborne down to final chance with Cowboys (0:55)
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Fantasy football: RB depth chart

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

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The real McCoy in fantasy football

LeSean McCoy had been a great fantasy asset the past few seasons in Philadelphia. Should fantasy owners take a chance on him now that he's moved up to Buffalo? Play for free

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How to use Twitter to get an NFL job

Ask and you shall receive is how the saying goes, right? LaVance Taylor took that to a new level this week: The RB reached out to the Chiefs on Twitter, asking for a job. Kansas City decided to take him up on it. Signed to a contract

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Reporter gets the Belichick treatment

A reporter just wanted to know if Bill saw the "cheaters look up" banner flying over Pats practice on Thursday. Belichick responded exactly how you'd expect.

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Dwayne Bowe: Pryor can make it as WR

The Browns receiver believes Terrelle Pryor, making the switch from QB to receiver, will be "really, really good": "He's making it look so easy that he's starting to scare me. ... People think he's just going to come in and be a body. But he's actually going to play here and make plays for this team."

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Cam Newton pleased for Russell Wilson

"I'm pretty sure he deserved it," Newton said of Wilson's reported $87.6M deal. "I'm always appreciative of guys who work hard. I'm a firm believer in hard work pays off, and it's great to see that a guy of his stature, with so much that he's accomplished, is being compensated for it."

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