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Gronk teaches a zumba class

Yes, there is a spike involved.

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Dude, Bee cool

Carson Palmer doesn't like bees.

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The weddings of the offseason

Russell Wilson marrying Ciara was not the only recent NFL wedding that produced some beautiful pictures. The happy couples

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So, you drafted Le'Veon Bell ...

Another mock draft ruined by an NFL suspension? Jim McCormick plays "what if." PPR mock draft

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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Cover of the Titans online media guide.

Start of season not a given for J.J. Watt

The Texans may not like what Stephania Bell has to say about his injury.

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The top 25 projected free agents in 2017

Kirk Cousins and Tyrann Mathieu could be wooed by other teams after this season. Clayton's list (Insider)

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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers players having varying reactions to Le'Veon Bell suspension news. Guard Ramon Foster said on Twitter he's waiting on all the facts and will "support my guy." Another player said it "definitely sucks" to have yet another drug-testing issue within the team but that won't deter the Super Bowl mentality.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions HC Jim Caldwell coached under the late Dennis Green at Northwestern and was a player for Iowa when Green was an assistant. Green also gave Caldwell one of his early breaks in coaching. Caldwell released this statement late Friday: "Dennis was one of the men that had a tremendous influence on many of us. He created a great legacy of winning and without question was one of the very best motivators of our time. He was brilliant, tough minded and an outstanding leader. "The lessons I learned from him are ones that I have utilized throughout my career and still use today. His impact on me, both as a coach and a person, is something I will forever cherish. My deepest sympathies to his wife Marie and to his children."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The 60,000 free tickets the Panthers released for their August 5 FanFest at Bank of America Stadium were grabbed up in a matter of a few hours. That this many want to attend a practice/autograph session shows the excitement from last season's team that reached the Super Bowl hasn't gone away.