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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.


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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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans posted open mascot job last week as they seek to replace Pete Nelson, the original T-Rac. New personal make between $35-75k.

Reason for excitement in Jacksonville?

NFL Insider Dan Graziano talks about why there good reason for optimism in Jacksonville but stresses the fact that "things take time."


Taylor comes at a ridiculous discount

NFL Insider Mike Sando looks at the numbers behind Tyrod Taylor's contract, which are alarming since he put up numbers similar to the league MVP, Cam Newton


Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The guy who's been T-Rac, the Titans raccoon mascot since it started in 1999, said on Facebook he is no longer the guy who will wear the costume. I once took a mascot class he taught and wrote an article about it. Among the wisdom: "Don't be just another guy in a suit" and "High elbows and knees."

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

From yesterday, another instructional video from the Calvin Johnson camp, this time about how to not give away your route breaking off the line for 10 or so campers at his Catching Dreams camp.


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If legal experts' projections hold true, Tom Brady's Deflategate appeal ruling could come down this week:

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills WR Sammy Watkins backed off slightly Saturday from his recent prediction that he will miss only "two or three days" of training camp after surgery to repair a broken foot. Watkins told ESPN's Vaughn McClure at a charity bowling event in Charlotte that "Hopefully I'll be back [for training camp]. If not, then cool. Get ready for the first [regular season] game."

Robinson pushing for chance in NFL

Former NBA player Nate Robinson, who had a workout with the Seahawks earlier this month, continues to train for a possible chance to play in the NFL. A 'versatile' athlete

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