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Bowen: NFL offseason is a disaster for rookies, players on roster bubble

For the most part, the NFL has changed for the better. But the offseason rules in the CBA dramatically affect how young players -- no matter where they were drafted -- can develop.

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3hMike Sando

Most team-friendly contracts for all 32 NFL teams

J.J. Watt and Aaron Rodgers, who stand to earn a combined $23.1 million from their teams in 2016, are the biggest names on Mike Sando's list of players working under team-friendly contracts.

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NFL Nation: Are Jaguars contenders in AFC South?

Jacksonville added two key free agents in DT Malik Jackson and FS Tashaun Gipson and drafted CB Jalen Ramsey and LB Myles Jack in the first two rounds. Have the Jaguars improved enough defensively to be a legitimate contender in the division?

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Jerry Bembry

Don Rogers: A life too short

Eight days after the death of Len Bias, Cleveland Browns star Don Rogers also died of a cocaine overdose

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Mike Sando

Boldest offseason moves for all 32 NFL teams

The Broncos let QB Brock Osweiler flee to Houston, while the Jets are still playing hardball with Ryan Fitzpatrick. Mike Sando runs through the boldest/riskiest offseason moves for all 32 teams.

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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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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

With the NFL Network's Top 100 ranking Ben Roethlisberger No. 21, that leaves five QBs likely ahead of him (Russ, Brady, Rodgers, Palmer, Cam). If Big Ben is looking for manufactured motivation for 2016, he has it.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Longtime Bucs defensive coordinator and Jaguars assistant Monte Kiffin has been named one of two winners of the Pro Football Writers of America's Paul "Dr. Z" Zimmerman Award, given for lifetime achievement by an assistant. Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is the other recipient.

Harrison has stipulations for interview

Steelers linebacker James Harrison says he's willing to meet with NFL investigators about being linked to PEDs in an Al-Jazeera America report if the interview is done at his house and commissioner Roger Goodell is present.

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NFL's most team-friendly contracts

This might seem like a list on which J.J. Watt and Aaron Rodgers don't belong, as they stand to earn a combined $23.1M from their teams in 2016, but market factors show why they do. Friendly contracts (Insider)

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Bowen: Offseason a disaster for rookies

For the most part, the NFL has changed for the better. But the offseason rules in the CBA dramatically affect how young players -- no matter where they were drafted -- can develop. 'It's a shame'

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