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Ranking the NFL's defensive triplets from 32-1

Which trio is better: Thomas, Bennett and Sherman, or Miller, Ware and Harris? Bill Barnwell ranks all 32 teams' sets of defensive triplets, with the Seahawks and Broncos leading the pack.

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NFL Nation: Could an AFC South QB surpass Andrew Luck?

Luck took the league by storm during his first three seasons, but he came crashing back down in 2015, partially due to injuries and turnover problems. And now the other three teams in the division believe they have franchise quarterbacks.

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Tony Romo makes teen's wish come true at camp

At his annual camp in his hometown in Wisconsin, Tony Romo relished the opportunity to connect with hundreds of kids, including one cancer survivor.

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Do the Vikings have a shot at Super Bowl?

Mark Brunell isn't calling Adrian Peterson crazy for saying his team has a good chance this season.

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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Approximately 400 kids attended Kwon Alexander's free football camp in Anniston today honoring his late brother, Broderick Taylor. His message to campers? "Be a leader instead of a follower...you want to do something better with your life."

Calvin Johnson: 'I made my own decision'

The former Lions WR says he's content with the decision he made to retire after the 2015 season.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson: "I made my own decision. I'm good with it."

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson gets asked about a comeback whenever he is in public. It's not happening, though. Airports become tricky because he always hears it.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson, talking for the first time since retiring, said he knew at the start of the 2015 season that it would be his final year. Confided in family and eventually told some teammates. Said his body couldn't hold up anymore.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson said he is happy in retirement and not planning any sort of comeback. He is a happy man.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson demonstrated the obstacle course at his camp, including the ladder drill he used to do and flipping tires for five yards. At some point, Dominic Raiola joked "comeback," which elicited a laugh from Johnson.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Calvin Johnson do drills again -- kinda. He's at the rear of the rope here helping kids with a drill at his free football camp.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson, at his "Catching Dreams" football camp, offering advice on how to get off the line better and how to improve sprints. He's working with no more than 10 kids in a group, crazy amounts of individual attention.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson and former Lions OL Rob Sims setting up for Johnson's camp Saturday in Michigan. Johnson, Sims and Dominic Raiola are former Lions working the camp along with former Georgia Tech QB Taylor Bennett.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson opening his camp by speaking to the campers and letting them know what's going on for the day.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the T-Shirt from the Calvin Johnson "Catching Dreams" football camp in Michigan on Saturday. Notice the full route tree on the shirt.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson lecturing a small group of campers about wide receiver stance at his "Catching Dreams" foundation camp for less than 100 campers in Michigan on Saturday. Preached heavily about avoiding wasted motion. A lesson here.

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Manziel's dad: No secret Johnny's a druggie

Paul Manziel opened up to ESPN's Josina Anderson. "Don't know what to say other than my son is a druggie and he needs help. He just hasn't [sought] it yet. Hopefully he doesn't die before he comes to his senses." 'If I have to bury him, I'll bury him

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Calvin Johnson is back in Michigan today running his camp for his foundation. And by that, he is even setting things up.

Manziel's father: Hope Johnny goes to jail

Josina Anderson joined SportsCenter to provide insight into how Johnny Manziel's parents are dealing with their son's condition with drugs and alcohol.

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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs linebacker Kwon Alexander returns to Anniston, Alabama Saturday to host a free football camp in memory of his late brother, Broderick Taylor, who was shot and killed in October. Alexander believes organized activities can help the city's problem with violence.