The Dallas Cowboys will be subject to a fine of at least $250,000 for having three suspended players.
Jemele Hill and Michael Smith react to Richard Sherman's latest comments on race and violence. Smith does not agree with Sherman, but concedes that asking athletes to speak out can result in more confusion.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick addresses a variety of topics in his opening news conference, including Olympics-bound Nate Ebner.
The assault case against Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott has been taken to the prosecutor's office and an investigation is underway.
QB Aaron Rodgers, 32, is in great shape, but Packers coach Mike McCarthy says he will monitor the number of throws made by the starter in camp.
Jemele Hill and Michael Smith debate who is to blame for the Cowboys' defensive roster dwindling over substance abuse suspensions. Should Jerry Jones carry the blame over signing risky players or are the players just as responsible?