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Gurley isn't running from NFL's questions

Todd Gurley's potential made him a Heisman candidate and Mel Kiper's No. 1 running back. But the former Georgia star learned long ago that potential alone guarantees you nothing.

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Yates: Five draft trade scenarios for Mariota

Teams like the San Diego Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles have the assets to move up to draft Marcus Mariota, and Insider Field Yates examines the pros and cons of possible trade-up scenarios.

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Ex-NFL player finds home on NASCAR pit crew

Working as a NASCAR jack man is more than just a pit stop in the athletic career of Asa Watson, one of several former NFL players who took a left turn from the gridiron to the garage.

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McShay: Best fits for top DB prospects

Where will the top defensive back prospects in the draft fit best in the NFL? Todd McShay looks at Trae Waynes, Marcus Peters and the rest of the DBs projected to go in the first three rounds.

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Ray Lewis: Rioting is wrong

In a message posted on Facebook, the former Ravens star asked the citizens of Baltimore to refrain from violence: "No way this could happen in our city."

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Pats' Danny Amendola OK with pay cut

The WR's base salary decreased from $4M to $1.25M: "I love playing for this team, for these coaches, for this organization. I have family out here. This is home to me. I love playing here. This is a great experience, and I'd like to prolong that for as long as I can. It's been fun."

Savage: MJD was a 'dynamo' for Jags

Said Phil Savage of Maurice Jones-Drew's time in Jacksonville: "He became a leader not only on the field but off the field in that community."

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UPDATE: Watt's excuse letter worked!

J.J. Watt wrote a fan a "get out of work" letter so she could attend his charity softball game on Friday. Despite it being only her fourth day on the job, her boss agreed, penning his own reply to the Texans star. His response

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Todd Gurley: Tired of 'potential' talk

"When I'm fortunate enough to hear a team call my name and I finally get back onto the field in pads and it's time to go, man. ... I don't care what uniform I've got on this fall. I'm just ready to put one on again." Mag: Gurley not running away

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Savage: Jets' fine is more 'symbolic'

Phil Savage believes the Jets' $100K fine for tampering was more a symbolic move by the NFL: "This is the definition of the proverbial slap on the wrist."

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"We can just end the Adrian Peterson stuff. Our position has not changed...we have no interest in trading Adrian Peterson." Rick Spielman

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NFL earnings since Roger Goodell became commissioner in 2007: Goodell: $150.4M Peyton: $136M Eli: $112M Matt Ryan: $105M Brady: $103.5M

MJD retires as a Jaguar

Maurice Jones-Drew posed with his kids and the Jaguars mascot after ceremoniously retiring with the team that drafted him in 2006. His nine-year career included 13,348 all-purpose yards and 81 touchdowns.

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Darrelle Revis: 'Better than I was before'

In his second go-round with the Jets, the CB believes he's matured: "I think I'm way more smarter, and way more intelligent at the game." And of the Jets being fined $100K for tampering when he was still a Patriot? "I really have no comment."

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McCaskey on Matt Forte not attending voluntary minicamp: "That’s an intensely personal decision & I think that decision should b respected.”

NFL prospects with off-field issues

With his marijuana citation Monday, Shane Ray joined other top prospects who carry off-field concerns for interested teams.

Schefter reacts to Jordan suspension

Dolphins DE Dion Jordan's suspension has a couple of interesting sidebars, including a now off-the-table trade that would have reunited the former Oregon Duck with Chip Kelly in Philadelphia.

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Dolphins better off without Dion Jordan

The DE only has 3.0 sacks in his career despite getting picked 3rd overall in 2013. In the last 2 seasons, more than 230 players have more sacks than that. Which could be why the Dolphins defense is better without Jordan: Miami allowed 2.4 more yards per play last season with Jordan on the field than without.

Ray's draft stock affected?

Shane Ray's citation for marijuana possession could hurt his draft stock, and Todd McShay thinks the former Mizzou player could slip a bit: "Late first, maybe early second."

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