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Why Joey Bosa will forge his own path in San Diego

Will new Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa play like his father, John, who spent three seasons in the NFL? Will he be the next J.J. Watt? Neither, according to John Bosa, who says Joey must find his own identity.

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29mBen Goessling

Vikings' Peterson donating $100K to flood relief

Adrian Peterson is donating more than $100,000 to relief efforts in his hometown of Palestine, Texas, after flash flooding killed six people there, including a former high school teammate.

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Security chief Miller leaving NFL next month

NFL security chief Jeffrey Miller, who has overseen numerous league investigations, is leaving his post to take a job on the West Coast with a private security firm.

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Lawson has great relationship with Rex Ryan (1:43)
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Paxton Lynch to compete in Denver for starting QB job (1:03)
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1dBill Barnwell

Barnwell: Resetting the NFL trade market

If you were hoping for draft-day trades involving disgruntled veterans, you didn't get your wish. But now that the furor of the draft has died down, the trade market could heat up -- or not.

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Appeal extension a good sign for Brady? (2:22)
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8hMel Kiper Jr.

Kiper: Early-impact rookies from Round 1

Among the first-rounders who could produce immediately? Expect Shaq Lawson to fill the Bills' pass-rushing void and Josh Doctson to get lots of targets for the Redskins, Mel Kiper writes.

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Joeckel's future with Jaguars up in the air (0:53)
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23hJohn Clayton

Clayton: My five favorite draft classes

On John Clayton's list of his top 2016 classes? Jacksonville, which added two blue-chip talents, and Tampa Bay, which filled immediate needs and got a huge upgrade at kicker.

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Sanchez: 'I'm thrilled about this opportunity' (0:30)
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We expected better: Top 25 of unfulfilled potential

ESPN.com presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly learned it's not easy being a caddie during the Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen says he will stick to football after a long but fun day at the Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

And fittingly Greg Olsen ends his round with a hug from caddie Luke Kuechly.

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Manziel booked; to appear in court

Former Browns QB Johnny Manziel is scheduled to appear in court Thursday after being booked for a misdemeanor charge stemming from a domestic violence complaint. Story

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

So close to a birdie. You can see Panthers tight end Greg Olsen was ready to celebrate that one at the Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am.

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Ravens help renovate police station

The Baltimore Ravens, along with 10 other donors, are helping to redevelop the 60-year-old Baltimore City's Western Police headquarters, which was at the center of last year's riots. Story

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen is still at it. Hits a nice tee shot on the treacherous Par 3 17th. As you can see he liked it.

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Cardale Jones thought Bills' draft call was a prank

The former Ohio State quarterback's celebration after being drafted was captured in a Twitter video. Celebrates Hulk style

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Lawson: No surgery needed, ready to play

Bills first-round draft pick Shaq Lawson explains how the Clemson program prepared him for the NFL, the importance of his versatility in Buffalo's defense, and says he doesn't need surgery on his shoulder.

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Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Adrian Peterson is donating $100,000 to flood relief efforts in his hometown of Palestine, Texas after floods there killed six over the weekend. Peterson is asking fans to donate, either by texting "AP28" to 51555 or visiting the Salvation Army's site for relief efforts here: http://www.give.salvationarmyusa.org/joinap

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Arizona Cardinals released C Valerian Ume-Ezeoke, CB Kevin White, CB Joel Wilkinson and S Tyrequek Zimmerman.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen is having to work harder than he should have to getting balls while caddie Luke Kuechly signs autographs.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Lot of cheering for Panthers tight end Greg after bogey saving putt at ninth hole of Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen is in a bit of trouble at the Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am but caddie Luke Kuechly is there for him.

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From a pet tiger to a fish tank installed in a car, here are some creative ways NFL rookies have blown their cash: es.pn/1rUtmm7

Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

With punter Brad Nortman now at Jacksonville, Carolina kicker Graham Gano will have a new holder this season. Gano had both punters on the Carolina roster -- Swayze Waters and Michael Palardy -- with him as he visited Charlotte Motor Speedway for a little kicking with NASCAR driver Austin Dillon. Gano spoke about working with a new holder in 2016:

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