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Jimmy Graham show begins in Seattle

Jimmy Graham didn't take long to make a highlight play in Seahawks training camp, but he'll be expected to develop his blocking, writes Mike Sando.

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Winston: Looking to get out on the field (3:24)
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The three PR options available to Tom Brady

One thing is clear: Tom Brady is very bad at public relations. Dan Pfeiffer, a former senior adviser to President Obama, gives the Patriots QB three strategies to dig his way out of Deflategate.

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Fantasy football: RB depth chart

Your guide to each NFL team's most valuable running backs in terms of fantasy value for the 2015 season.

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One reason Seattle locked up Bobby Wagner to a 4-year, 43M deal: Over last 2 seasons, Wagner has 28 more tackles than any Seahawks' player.

Seau's daughter to speak at induction

The Pro Football Hall of Fame has softened its policy preventing speeches on behalf of deceased inductees. Sydney Seau, daughter of Junior Seau, won't give an induction speech, but will be given opportunities to talk at next week's induction activities.

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Why Vince Wilfork is the best dad ever

In order for the DT to sign with the Texans, his daughter Destiny had one condition: She had to meet J.J. Watt. Challenge accepted

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Andrew Luck not anxious over new deal

On the heels of Russell Wilson's payday, the Colts QB says "hopefully" he'll get one too: "As a sports fan, yeah, you pay attention to the news that comes across the ticker or what have you. As far as it affects how you approach football, I don't think that's it at all."

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Hilton's backpack in mid-season form

Colts WR T.Y. Hilton showed up at training camp today in a backpack that showed a strong resemblance to a delicious cheeseburger. Why, you ask? "Because I'm ready to eat," Hilton said. (via @Colts)

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Seahawks give Wagner 4-year extension

Seattle LB Bobby Wagner agreed with Seattle on a deal that will keep him with the team through 2019. Asked previously if it was important to be the highest-paid linebacker, Wagner said, "It's important to be recognized as one of the best."

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QB competition unnecessary for Bucs

Jameis Winston took part in his first day of training camp 24 hours after being named the Tampa Bay starter. And Bucs reporter Pat Yasinskas says the clear distinction of who's the starter will serve Tampa Bay well.

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Dallas' Lee working back from torn ACL

Cowboys LB Sean Lee was limited in his first work in pads since Dec. 2013, but that was part of plan. “Everything is fine,” Lee said. “I’m just trusting the trainers. They’ve got a progression plan for me that is working from Day 1 and that’s what I’m going to continue to do. But I think being in pads for the first time in a long time, they just want to progress me a certain way and it’ll be good.” (via Todd Archer)

Nicks: Whisenhunt’s scheme better fit

Titans WR Hakeem Nicks didn’t do much with Andrew Luck in 2014 but said it wasn’t about the QB -- it was about the scheme. Ken Whisenhunt’s system in Tennessee will be better for him than Pep Hamilton’s was in Indy, he said. "It's more one-on-one, trips backside, vertical throw, shallow-cross game, that's more of my style if you look at my past history, where I excelled," Nicks said. (via Paul Kuharsky)

Sheldon Richardson apologizes

The Jets DT calls his arrest for traffic violations a "wake up call."

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Cards' Palmer optimistic about return

Said Cardinals QB Carson Palmer, who tore his ACL for the 2nd time in his career last season: “My past experience coming back from this injury is going to help me a lot. Just knowing how to feel, how I might feel after a couple of days in a row, the typical sorenesses that come along with the recovery from this surgery and all that."

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Steelers giving up fifth-round pick for Philly CB Brandon Boykin, team announces -- ready-made starter in the slot. Interesting, indeed

Steelers trade for Eagles CB Boykin

After seeing the trade frenzy before the MLB deadline, the NFL got into the action as Pittsburgh dealt a conditional fifth-round pick in the 2016 draft for Brandon Boykin.