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3hMina Kimes

Denver's brightest star is obsessed with time travel, 'Game of Thrones' and being himself

Von Miller is carrying the Broncos. Can he handle the load?


Harrison sorry for saying Kaepernick 'not black'

Rodney Harrison has apologized after criticizing Colin Kaepernick and his refusal to stand for the national anthem while suggesting that the QB doesn't understand racism because he's not black.

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33mEric Williams

Chargers waive QB Mettenberger among cuts

Quarterback Zach Mettenberger was waived by the Chargers as part of the team's efforts to get down to 75 players by Tuesday's 4 p.m. ET deadline.

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Follow live: Wawrinka vies for first-round win

Stan Wawrinka is hoping to follow in Simona Halep's footsteps and claim a first-round win at the US Open. Later, the Williams sisters will be in action (live on ESPN and the ESPN App/WatchESPN).

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4hJerry Crasnick

How Tim Tebow's MLB plan came into focus

Tim Tebow's day in front of the scouts has arrived. How did we get here, and what chance does he have of making the leap to baseball? Well, that depends on who you ask.

Tebow runs 60-yard dash (0:15)
Stephen A. on the Cowboys: 'They puff more than they pass' (1:23)
Verrett: I believe in the promise of America (1:02)
Minor leaguer makes ridiculous barehanded catch (0:24)
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Biggest strength, weakness for all 32 NFL teams

Any team that has A.J. Green has potency in its passing attack, but Cincinnati's biggest flaw is the roster depth behind Green. NFL Nation narrows down each team's area of strength and weakness.

Kaepernick's protest reminiscent of Ali (2:18)
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14hRivers McCown

Why Bosa's holdout won't affect his play

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

The most incredible Hail Mary's in college football (1:20)
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6hKeith Law

Why September call-ups are no longer a big deal

Let's face it: The quality of September call-ups these days just isn't what it used to be. Keith Law explains why -- and how -- times have changed.

Is Westbrook the next in the Kobe/MJ lineage? (1:39)
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2hBrian Campbell

Raw recap: A big win for Kevin Owens, WWE

Kevin Owens' victory in the Fatal 4-way Universal Championship match on Raw represents a strong, surprising and welcome move by WWE.

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2hMike Reiss

Brady aiming to 'stay sharp' during suspension

Tom Brady declined to reveal how he plans to stay sharp while serving a four-game suspension to open the season while acknowledging that he expects it to be challenging to be away from football.


Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers' defensive line group gives their best B-Boy pose with the team's newest arrival, a sheepish Joey Bosa.


Is the US Open the hardest of grand slams?

ESPN's Mary Joe Fernandez and Prim Siripipat explain all the reasons they love and hate tennis' last major of the year.


Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

28 Teams 46 Scouts is the final count of who was present for Tim Tebow workout according to his representatives at CAA


Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Janis was in pads but did nothing more than some running off to the side. Could be why his broken right hand wasn't in a cast like yesterday. Others out were; Makinton Dorleant (hamstring), Chris Banjo (hamstring), Joe Thomas (calf), Corey Linsley (hamstring), Richard Rodgers (illness), Jayrone Elliott (hamstring), Kenny Clark (back).


Jane McManus Reporter & Columnist, espnW.com 

American doubles champions Mike and Bob Bryan sign autographs after coming off the practice courts at the US Open. Some of the kids ask Bob for his towel, and watch how Mike makes it happen.


Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Tomlin was asked at the end of his press conference about Colin Kaepernick. The discussion was brief.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Nice moment after practice: Packers WR Jordy Nelson with his two kids. He pulled them out of the stands after the final session of camp.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Tebow pauses for a water break with his agent, Brodie Van Wagenen.


David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

New Panthers punter Andy Lee already had a home in Charlotte before the Browns traded him on Monday. This is where his wife lived all last season, where they lost their daughter Madeline eight days after she was born a year and a half ago and where Lee attended his first NFL game as a fan when Carolina faced Seattle in the playoffs in January. Naturally, Lee's 5-year-old son Ryan wanted Cam Newton to autograph a football for him.


Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

A training camp tradition: Packers players thanking the fans after the last practice.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

The victorious Maine-Endwell (N.Y.) Little League team will be honored at Citi Field before Wednesday's Mets game. The team beat South Korea, 2-1, on Sunday to win the Little League World Series. It's the first New York team to win since Staten Island's Mid-Island league did so in 1964.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's Tebow limbering up in the OF.


Tebow runs 60-yard dash

Tim Tebow runs the 60-yard dash for major league scouts at his workout.


Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

Tim Tebow 6.7 time in 60 yard dash is above average for major league right fielders and would be graded 55 on a scouting scale of 20-80 with 50 being major league average.


Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Jordy Nelson highlight of the day: 5-yard touchdown catch on a fade from Aaron Rodgers over Rob Daniel in the left corner of the end zone.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

I asked Steve Spurrier today if I was ever going to be writing about him as a new selection committee member for the College Football Playoff. "Doubt it, doubt it," he said. Why? "Well, first you've gotta be asked." True. Spurrier wasn't on the short list in the latest round of replacements but could be in the future. He added he hasn't given it much thought, but likes the CFP and thinks it will eventually expand to eight.


Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Scouts timed Tim Tebow at anywhere from 6.6 to 6.8 seconds in the 60-yard dash. That's about a 50 grade on the 20-80 scouts scale. "It's not going to eliminate him," said one scout. Anything above 7.0 screams "corner guy" or DH.


Stephen A. sides with Jim Brown on Kaepernick

Stephen A. Smith echoes Jim Brown's sentiments about Colin Kaepernick's message, but says Kaepernick could have chosen a better way to get his message across.


Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chargers got a roster exemption for Joey Bosa, so he does not count against the team's 75-man roster. San Diego also confirmed the release of WR James Jones and QB Zach Mettenberger, placed RB Branden Oliver (Achilles) and G Donavan Clark (knee) on IR, waived/injured WR Javontee Herndon, DT Zamir Carlis, OT Tyler Johnstone and RB Dreamius Smith to get down to 75 players.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins OL Laremy Tunsil's foot got caught in the turf and the team was be precautionary Monday when he didn't finish practice, head coach Adam Gase said.

Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

Tim Tebow ran a 6.7 60 yard dash


James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins HC Adam Gase said he thinks the TEs will increase their involvement in the passing game as the offense grows.

Kevin Gemmell ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford head coach David Shaw said the expectations on running back Christian McCaffrey have never been higher: "It's not that he doesn't notice them, it's that he doesn't care ... I love how steady he is, regardless of what the outside world tries to put on his shoulders because he only carries his own expectations."

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

And here's the Tebow workout schedule. David Aardsma and Chad Smith will be throwing to him.


Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions HC Jim Caldwell said he believes Calvin Johnson has some smooth moves -- that he saw at Johnson's wedding this summer. Caldwell, though, wouldn't comment on his own dance moves.