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Clayton: Why a Peterson trade won't happen

An Adrian Peterson trade isn't happening this offseason, says John Clayton. Here's why his only option is to play for the Vikings in 2015.

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Dominik: 24 players every team would want

Which NFL players would be coveted by every team if they hit the open market? Mark Dominik makes his list, which includes J.J. Watt (of course) and Odell Beckham Jr.

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Jameis Winston to miss Buccaneers' OTA

No. 1 pick Jameis Winston will miss Thursday's OTA to take part in the NFL Players Association Rookie Premiere event.

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Josh Weinfuss @joshweinfuss

Sad to hear about John Siegal's passing. Interviewed him in 2011 about Bears-Packers rivalry. Likely was the last player from '41 game.

Attorney: No McDonald restraining order

The attorney for Ray McDonald, Steve Defilippis, told ESPN's Josina Anderson the former Bears DE was not served with a restraining order and said McDonald was told his fiancee would not be at the house: "He goes there to meet the investigator for a legitimate purpose and the police show up and arrest him." Story

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McCaskey: Ray McDonald signing my call

Bears chairman George McCaskey explains he was the one who signed off on bringing in McDonald. He trusts the safeguards Chicago has in place to handle players with questionable character will hold up in the future.

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McDonald arrested again in Santa Clara

Former 49ers and Bears DE Ray McDonald was arrested Wednesday for violating a restraining order that was issued as a result of his domestic violence and child endangerment arrest that occurred Monday.

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Oldest former Bears player Siegal dies

John Siegal, who spent his entire five-year career with the Bears and helped the team win three NFL titles in the 1940s, has died at 97. Siegal was selected to three Pro Bowls.

Peterson on not attending Vikings' OTA's

As Adrian Peterson told ESPN's Josina Anderson in a statement: "The reason I'm not attending OTA's has nothing to do with wanting to be traded. It's about securing my future with the Vikings. It's business, not personal and I understand that firsthand. Go Vikings."

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Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN

One thing I didn't mention but should have: Cullen Jenkins played A LOT of DE today in Giants OTAs. Something to watch.

Chargers begin San Diego stadium talks

Team executives will sit down with city and county officials on Tuesday to begin negotiations for a new stadium. The Chargers are threatening to leave San Diego for the Los Angeles area if they don't get a new stadium deal.

DeSean Jackson's priorities

Mark Brunell says DeSean Jackson's decision to miss OTAs in order to attend a Cavaliers playoff game is a missed opportunity to help improve team chemistry because "every practice matters."

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DeSean Jackson missing OTA's

Jason Reid writes, "Unfortunately, no one in the organization commands enough respect to persuade Jackson to show up for OTAs or call him out for blowing off the opening week. And make no mistake, that responsibility falls on second-year head coach Jay Gruden." Not a good look