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Ranking next year's top 25 NFL free agents

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins, who's playing under the franchise tag, and Cardinals DB Tyrann Mathieu, who's coming back from a knee injury, are among the top projected free agents in the 2017 class.

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No reason for Eagles to rush Wentz (1:05)
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Elliott situation won't be a major distraction (1:00)
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Previewing NFL training camps for all 32 teams

Is rookie QB Jared Goff ready to lead the Rams? Will Jameis Winston improve in Year 2? Are the Cardinals Super Bowl or bust? NFL Nation reporters preview all 32 training camps.

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Mike Sando

The next wave of NFL head coaches

Todd Haley's work in Pittsburgh has him on the head-coaching radar, but which other NFL assistants will also be in the running? Mike Sando takes a look around the league.

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Judge: DA stays on case in Will Smith's death

A judge refused to remove the Orleans Parish district attorney from the prosecution of a man charged with second-degree murder in the April shooting of retired Saints defensive end Will Smith.

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4dJosh Weinfuss

Takeaways from the Madden NFL 17 rookie ratings

Jaguars defensive back Jalen Ramsey, who was picked No. 5 overall in April's NFL draft, is the top-rated rookie in Madden NFL 17. Here are eight more things that stood out from the release.

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Watt's surgery may help Garoppolo

With Houston scheduled to visit New England in week three, Jimmy Garoppolo could well face a less-than-full-strength J.J. Watt -- if the Texans' defensive terror plays at all. Story

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Green's football legacy runs deep

John Saunders offers his thoughts on the career of the late Dennis Green and the impact he had on the NFL on and off the field.

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Joe Flacco is not an elite car salesman

"A car is like two motorcycles stuck together."

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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Beyond this banner the Raiders will soon report for training camp here in Napa...

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been awarded wide receiver Jonathan Krause off of waivers from the Eagles. A 2014 free agent out of Vanderbilt, Krause spent time with the Browns and Patriots. The team also waived offensive lineman Dominique Robertson (non-football injury).

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bengals are down to 88 players on their 90-man roster after releasing recently signed safety Taylor Mays on Saturday. He had returned to Cincy after a year away. His size and coverage ability had been touted as strengths when he initially came back.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens CB Jimmy Smith (foot) is also not on the PUP, which means he'll be ready for the start of training camp. He's been out the entire offseason after having a procedure on his foot.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens QB Joe Flacco was not placed on PUP, which means he can participate in the first full-team camp practice on Thursday. Flacco and the Ravens believed he would be ready to come back this soon after missing the entire offseason while recovering from season-ending knee injury.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

All six Ravens players on PUP can return to practice once activated. If they remain on PUP to start the regular season, they will six out at least the first six weeks.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens have placed six players on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list; perform (PUP) list: outside linebackers Terrell Suggs (Achilles) and Elvis Dumervil (foot) wide receivers Steve Smith Sr. (Achilles) and Breshad Perriman (knee), running back Trent Richardson (leg) and cornerback Jumal Rolle (Achilles).

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears placed OL Nate Chandler on the Reserve/Retired list, the team said on Saturday. Chandler, who joined the Bears in June, appeared in 37 games with 19 starts in three seasons (2012-14) with the Carolina Panthers. He did not appear in any games in 2015 after being placed on Injured Reserve in September.