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The Patriots' coach certainly knows how to make news conferences more memorable.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

SportsCenter on the Road has arrived in Spartanburg, South Carolina, for the Panthers training camp.

Shelley Smith ESPN Reporter 

Day one in the books!

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Mayor Mike Rawlings and Police Chief David Brown spoke about their message to the Cowboys. "As I reminded the team today, they'll always be the Cowboys, but this year, play for Dallas like they've never played before."

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the decal the Cowboys will wear this season honoring the officers who were slain by a Dallas sniper earlier this month. The decal is symbolic of the Cowboys message of unity in the community, among fellow citizens, among Americans and he police officers who protect them.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, Police Chief David Brown and four of the five families representing the Dallas and Dallas Area Rapid Transit officers slain by a sniper earlier this month participated in a brief ceremony before the Cowboys' practice Saturday afternoon. After the ceremony, Chief Brown and Mayor Rawlings each addressed the team. "I'm a Dallas Cowboys fan. I'm a three-generation Dallasite, so it means a lot," Brown said. "It's overwhelming for me and the families, who are all Cowboys fans. This is special and we'll never forget the Cowboys' organization stepping up in our time of grief."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Gene Jones, the wife of Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones, speaks with Magnus Ahrens, the son of slain Dallas police officer Lorne Ahrens during practice.

Linda Cohn @lindacohn

The Texans should pay Holdout WR DeAndre Hopkjns even tho he has 2 yrs left on deal. They did it for JJ Watt. Brock Osweiler needs him.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys are wearing a decal on the back of their helmets that says "Arm in Arm" as part of the unity between police and the community.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Attendance at today's Seahawks practice was 2,596. It didn't look like there was any empty room on the hill.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

From seven-on-seven at practice, Robert Griffin III rolls left and finds Rannell Hall down sideline.

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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys are walking out arm in arm to Saturday's practice with members of Dallas law enforcement, including police chief David Brown and mayor Mike Rawlings a sign of solidarity in reaction to the recent shootings in Dallas that killed five officers and injured seven more.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

DeMarco Murray said Titans practice Saturday was the best first practice he's been part of in his six NFL years.

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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins will have to piece together their backup outside linebacker situation. None have stood out but each offers something. Houston Bates hasn't won a lot of rushes but probably is better suited to stopping the run. He's worked with the starters with Preston Smith attending a funeral. But the other primary options there are more suited to pass rush specialists such as Willie Jefferson. The Redskins will need to keep an eye on the waiver wire as they try to full Junior Gallete's roster spot.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Corner Bashaud Breeland made another big play this afternoon. Receiver Maurice Harris ran a wheel route from the inside and had maybe a half step on Breeland. But Breeland turned at the last second and intercepted the Kirk Cousins pass. Breeland hasn't been perfect but he continues to stand out.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Adrian Peterson tweaked his hamstring while working out before training camp, Mike Zimmer said. The coach doesn't seem concerned with Peterson's health being an issue.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher: "I'm setting high goals for myself. I really think the sky is the limit for me."