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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.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints placed veteran cornerback Kyle Wilson on injured reserve with an unspecified injury and signed veteran DT C.J. Wilson. The Saints still have good depth at both corner and safety, but they'll run thin soon if the injuries continue. They also placed backup safety Jamarca Sanford on I.R. earlier in the week. Wilson is a six-year NFL veteran with the Packers, Raiders and Lions.

Will Von Miller remain a Bronco?

The July 15 deadline is looming as teams work to sign player extensions. Only time will tell if other teams are stalling Miller's negotiations. NFL Rumor Central

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

In case you missed, Greg Olsen's 1969 Camaro raised $100,000 for charity at the Barrett-Jackson auction on Thursday. The Carolina Panthers tight end will put the money to good work for his @R4RFoundation.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Some Nissan employees had a chance to get an autographed football from Derrick Henry as the corporate sponsor welcomed him into Heisman House.

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Should Broncos be nervous about Miller?

With no negotiations between the Broncos and Von Miller since early June, Louis Riddick believes Denver should be very nervous about Miller's status for this season.

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