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The Dak Prescott Experience: Can Dallas still compete?

Does Dak Prescott's big preseason mean anything? Is this Tony Romo's last year? Are the Cowboys still favorites in the NFC East? You have questions, Bill Barnwell has answers -- and predictions.

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3hRivers McCown

Why Bosa's holdout won't affect his play

Joey Bosa and the Chargers were finally able to agree to a contract, but how will his holdout affect his production? Football Outsiders analyzes the true impact of top talents sitting out camp.

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Follow live: Another grand slam for Djokovic?

Defending US Open champion Novak Djokovic, seeking his third major of the year, faces Jerzy Janowicz in the first match of the evening session. First-round coverage continues live on ESPN2/WatchESPN/ESPN app.

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Kaepernick's protest reminiscent of Ali (2:18)
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Nadal rips ferocious forehand, breaks Istomin (0:34)
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College football's most incredible interceptions (1:17)
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7hLeo Howell

Fantasy football mock draft: 10-team PPR

Our final mock draft of the 2016 preseason, a 10-team PPR mock, featured Dez Bryant being selected just outside the first round. How does Tony Romo's injury impact his value?

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Little Big Men

During the Little League World Series, 11-and 12-year-old boys become superstars. So we asked them to flash their favorite superhero pose and explain what it was really like to play on the big stage.

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9hCorey Pronman

Ranking every NHL team by prospect pipeline

Which NHL team has the best group of prospects heading into the 2016-17 season? Corey Pronman ranks them 1-30, with the Maple Leafs in the top spot.

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Brees not in agreement with Kaepernick
NFL 

Drew Brees, who has long been a passionate supporter of the military, said Monday that he doesn't have an issue with Colin Kaepernick's desire to speak out against racial injustice -- just with the 49ers QB's method of protest. 'Wholeheartedly' disagree

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NFL 

Seeking to get Bosa up to speed quickly
NFL 

Whether Joey Bosa will play in the Chargers' opening game remains to be seen, but they want to get their new defensive end acclimated as soon as possible. A wait-and-see approach

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NFL 

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The low flying jets that buzzed the Panthers' practice on Monday were not practicing for a flyover for a game as first reported: Here is a statement from the FAA: "The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is looking into reports that a flight of four U.S. Air Force A-10 aircraft flew at a low altitude over the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC, late this morning. FAA Air Traffic Controllers approved the pilots' request to fly over the stadium after they departed from Charlotte Douglas International Airport at 11:35 am. The flight was headed to Valdosta, GA. An FAA employee incorrectly told an official at Charlotte Douglas International Airport that the flight was a practice flyover for a football game."

Howard Bryant ESPN Senior Writer 

"If you are not nervous, it's time to say goodbye." - Rafael Nadal on being nervous before the start of a Major.

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College football's best interceptions
NCAAF 

Charles Woodson, Sean Taylor and Calvin Pryor are all involved in some of the most incredible interceptions in college football history.

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NCAAF 

NFL Insiders make season predictions
NFL 

Our panel of NFL experts make their picks for MVP, biggest flop, breakout player and more. Who's your MVP? (Insider)

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NFL 

Howard Bryant ESPN Senior Writer 

Francis Tiafoe will be reliving this nightmare for a long, long time. Isner, escapes the teenager, wins 7-6 in the fifth...Two Americans put on a show.

Tennis 

Matt Wilansky ESPN.com 

Really nice big-brother moment as John Isner fights back to beat Frances Tiafoe in five sets. As the two embraced at net, Isner looked to tell Tiafoe, a fellow American: "You have a really bright future ahead of you."

Tennis 

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NFL 

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Drew Brees said he felt compelled to speak out against Colin Kaepernick's method of protest Monday, saying it was "bothering me all day long." The Saints quarterback, who is a passionate military supporter, said the American flag is "sacred." "I disagree. I wholeheartedly disagree," Brees said. "Not that he wants to speak out about a very important issue. No, he can speak out about a very important issue. But there's plenty of other ways that you can do that in a peaceful manner that doesn't involve being disrespectful to the American flag."

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks CB Richard Sherman today discussed Colin Kaepernick's decision to sit during the National Anthem.

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Matt Wilansky ESPN.com 

Ouch! Serving for the match (and major upset) in the fifth set, Frances Tiafoe was broken by John Isner. Back on serve. Tiafoe hit a 142 mph serve earlier in the match but has only four aces in three-plus hours.

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Berry is all about football on his return to Chiefs
NFL 

Eric Berry has put the offseason behind him and he is ready to "give you everything I've got on every snap." Fully focused

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NFL 

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins claimed guard Vinston Painter off waivers, after he was released by the Miami Dolphins. Painter, a 2013 sixth-round draft pick by Denver, is with his fifth organization. He appeared in three games, all with Cleveland in 2014. The Redskins have some health issues along the line, with guard Spencer Long nursing an ankle injury and guard Shawn Lauvao still working his way back from an ankle injury. Guard Arie Kouandjio hasn't had a great summer in his second season.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Orioles CF Adam Jones (hamstring) is not in the lineup for Monday's series opener against the Blue Jays. It's the third straight game Jones hasn't started. Second baseman Jonathan Schoop will bat leadoff in Jones' place, his first career start in the 1-hole.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers head coach Mike McCoy said Joey Bosa did not need to address the team to smooth things over after missing over a month due the contract impasse. "He's here," McCoy said. "He's one of us. That's part of the business."

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Kendall Wright: "I think I'll be all right. I think I'll be able to play in the opener." Returned from early-camp hamstring injury today. Limited to short routes, but re-strained it on one of them.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The new canopies at Hard Rock Stadium were put in to protect Dolphins fans from rain and the sun.

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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Arizona Cardinals announced 11 cuts and two other roster moves on Monday: G Jake Bernstein, WR Amir Carlisle, TE Gerald Christian, T Clay DeBord, LS Daniel Dillon, DT Iosia Iosia, WR Franky Okafor, CB Shaun Prater, P Garrett Swanson and S Tyrequek Zimmerman were released, QB Jake Coker (knee) was waived/injured, and CB Mike Jenkins (knee) was placed on IR. That puts Arizona's roster at 77 players. They have to be at 75 by 4 pm ET Tuesday.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers head coach Mike McCoy said he knew before the Minnesota Vikings exhibition game that the deal would get done with Joey Bosa, kept it to himself.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

New Panthers punter Andy Lee, acquired in a trade with Cleveland, has a 2016 salary cap figure of $2,833,000. His current deal runs through 2018.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles said its "too early to tell" if David Harris (shoulder) will be ready for Wk 1.

Bradley gets an early exit in Knockout
NBA 

Celtics G Avery Bradley plays a game of Knockout with a couple of young fans and immediately gets eliminated.

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Depending on what happens in bullpen sessions Wednesday and Saturday, Koji Uehara could be reinstated from the disabled list by early next week, according to Red Sox manager John Farrell. Uehara hasn't pitched since July 19 because of a strained right pectoral muscle.