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Bradley Roby gives Broncos' D confidence despite offseason losses

Denver defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has heard all of the chatter about how free agency has gone poorly for the Broncos. But he likes what returns for his defense, in particular Roby, the 31st pick of the 2014 draft.

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Clay: Top-200 dynasty rankings

Mike Clay offers his top-200 rankings for dynasty leagues, led by a handful of wide receivers.

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Players with most to prove for all 32 NFL teams

Can Jimmy Graham rebound from his season-ending injury? Will Eddie Lacy return to his 2014 form? NFL Nation reporters select the player for each team facing a pivotal 2016 season.

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How the Steelers plan to replace Martavis Bryant

Pittsburgh is counting on a three-headed monster to help make up for the loss of WR Martavis Bryant, who will miss the entire 2016 season after failing another drug test.

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Why aren't more teams following Patriot Way with QBs?

NFL teams have tried to emulate New England's gold standard for winning, but there's one Bill Belichick formula most aren't copying, at least not yet: the long-term quarterback strategy behind an aging star.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on House Bill 2 that has been so controversial in North Carolina where the NFL spring meetings just concluded: "We have our policies that don't in anyway support discrimination." Here is the rest of his comment on the issue:

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to ESPN.com: "It was a big deal to this ownership for Atlanta to have this Super Bowl."

Mark Brunell surprised by Bills GM

Doug Whaley said that football is a violent game that humans aren't supposed to play.

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons owner Arthur Blank compared winning the Super Bowl to accepting an Academy Award.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says infrastructure is one of the issues facing the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte hosting a future Super Bowl.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"Talent is cool but when you see a group that wants to be better, it's scary. I come from Seattle; I know the formula." - Bruce Irvin

Bell: Teams trying to take me out of the game

Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell tells reporters that the Bengals, among other teams, were attempting to injure him last season.

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons contingent celebrating being awarded the Super Bowl in 2019.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says it's premature to discuss the Oakland possibility of moving to Las Vegas. He makes it clear there has not been a proposal.

Bob Holtzman ESPN 

Roger Goodell speaking right now. Calls Raiders to Las Vegas "very premature". Said Tom Brady's appeal is "a matter for the lawyers".

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

After today's Broncos practice coach Gary Kubiak said DeMarcus Ware did not participate in the workout because Ware's back "was bothering him a bit." Kubiak also said holding Ware out was "more preventative then anything," but Ware has had back troubles in the past and missed five games with a back injury last season. Kubiak called Ware a "day-to-day participant" for these next two sets of OTAs.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"I want to get there next year on my own terms." Latavius Murray, who played in the Pro Bowl last year as an alternate.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell calls the adjustments to the instant replay rule positive.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from the PFWA on the Bills' controversial media reporting policy: "As an organization the Pro Football Writers of America believes this is a vast over-reach of the guidelines in the current media policy and its full implementation has little impact, by any objective standards, on a team's prospective on-field results in the regular season. It is not only un-necessary, it is not in compliance."

Skip wants Brady to win appeal

Skip Bayless believes Tom Brady should take his appeal all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court if he needs to and disagrees with Stephen A. Smith's comment that Brady is being selfish.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions waived OL Darius Johnson on Tuesday. He signed with the franchise following rookie minicamp out of Middle Tennessee State.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"The past is the past. The thing about football is you can always reinvent yourself." - Sean Smith